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Cartoonist, journalist and lover of all comics! Here to encourage you to read Fantagraphics books and then pass them on to your friends AND family. Especially those Eros ones. Graduate of The Center for Cartoon Studies.

Mark Fertig Film Noir Talk
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Mark Fertigeventsart shows 18 Feb 2015 1:59 PM
FIlm noir
 
You are cordially invited to a gallery talk with curator Mark FertigSaturday, March 7, at 7:00 p.m. Exhibition of posters continues through March 2 - April 11, 2015 at the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery and Permanent Collection at St. Lawrence University.
 
Film Noir 101 editor and curator Mart Fertig writes: Film noir flourished in Hollywood throughout the 1940s and 1950s, owing to a perfect storm of cultural, political, and industry-specific forces, including the disillusionment and pessimism lingering from the Great Depression; the popularity of hardboiled writers such as Hammett, Chandler, and Cain; the disconcerting wartime experience of the American fighting man and his difficulty readjusting to domestic life; a new generation of independent, professional, and dissatisfied women; the public's fascination with Freudian analysis; Cold War fears of the atomic bomb and perceived threats of domestic communism; the suspect veracity of the American Dream; and urbanization brought on by war production, followed by the rise of suburbia and runaway materialism.

Within the movie industry, additional circumstances fostered the development of film noir, including the deterioration of the studio system and an increased need for low-cost or "B" pictures; advances in film processing and portable camera equipment; a war-weakened production code; the demands of more sophisticated ticket-buyers; and most importantly, the arrival in Hollywood from ravaged Europe of a cohort of extraordinarily gifted but cynical filmmakers. The posters offer insight not only into Hollywood movie marketing techniques, but also into the gun-waving, cigarette-smoking, fedora-wearing, loot-grabbing, back-stabbing, car-crashing, legs-showing, bare-knuckled glorious iconography of the film noir style.

Exhibition curator Mark Fertig is associate professor of graphic design and chair of the art department at Susquehanna University. Eddie Muller is a novelist, filmmaker, historian, and Turner Classic Movies host. 

NY Times Best Seller: Prince Valiant
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Prince ValiantHal Fosterawards 18 Feb 2015 12:29 PM

prince valiant
Is it the impeccable draftsmanship and absolute mastery of drawing horses? Is it the scary beasts?

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The saucy threats from a wife to her husband?
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Or is it consistently amazing comics coupled with out-of-this-world production? Whatever it is, Prince Valiant Volume 10 1955-1956 by Hal Foster (a past 2012, 2014 Eisner nominee) hit the NY Times Best Seller list. Volume 8 hit the NY Times Best Seller's list this time last year. Volume 10 traverses the lands of Constantinople, Eastern Russia and Camelot in addition to wrapping up stories on the kidnapping of Aleta, Valiant's trusty wife, and hunger problems in Thule. 

Prince Valiant 10  

And we're pretty sure it had to do with this pre-David Bowie yet Bowie-esque look on the cover. Or all of the above. 



SOI Medals for Schrauwen & Jaime
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Olivier SchrauwenJaime Hernandezawards 17 Feb 2015 3:20 PM

Aresene Schrauwen Gold medal
We just received word that two of our new graphic novels have received Society of Illustrator awards in the Long-Form category! Olivier Schrauwen's surreal look back, forward and beyond Arsene Schrauwen was awarded the gold medal while and Jaime Hernandez's The Love Bunglers, the apex of the love affair of Maggie and Ray, has received the silver medal! Haven't read these excellent graphic novels yet? See what other people are saying and buy a copy from our online store, your local comic shop or check it out at the library. 
Society of Illustrators

"His work, strange and surreal, bears the influences of many 20th Century comics, but with a distinctly contemporary voice. They're strange and moving, full of delusional characters, and show Schrauwen's skills a master storyteller." -Alex Dueben, Comic Book Resources 

"Ollie Schrauwen's new graphic novel ARSENE SCHRAUWEN, from FANTAGRAPHICS, is rich and fantastical, yet at the same time resolutely physical and sensual. It is a comic that provides much more than a story; reading it is an experience." -Harris Smith, comiXology Unbound

"Since 1981, with pitch-perfect dialogue and impeccable draftsmanship, Hernandez has conveyed more entertaining (and poignant) drama than just about any contemporary filmmaker or novelist. There's a word for what this guy is doing with his life's work - can someone give him a MacArthur grant and make it official?" -R.C. Baker, Village Voice 

"As ever with Hernandez, it's funny, complex, unsettling and beautifully drawn. It's also a reminder that a graphic novel can do things that a novel told in straightforward prose simply can't." - Anna Carey, The Irish Times 



Kinokuniya welcomes MASSIVE with burly arms
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under eventsChip KiddAnne Ishii 17 Feb 2015 12:01 PM
Kinokuniya
We've mentioned it a time or two before but damn, if there isn't going to be an amazing good time at Kinokuniya next week on Wednesday, February 25th at 6pm.
 
Rocking you day and night (mostly night) with Massive: Gay Erotic Manga and the Men Who Make It editor Anne Ishii, known for her previous work on The Passion of Gengoroh Tagame: Master of Gay Erotic Manga, and designer extraordinaire, Chip Kidd, will be signing new copies (or the dog-eared one from your nightstand). Kinokuniya is straight-up an artist's dream:If you've never been to one of their US or international locations, get ready to find everything from magazines, to art supplies, manga, stuffed animals, imported books, and dreams coming true.
 
In addition, they'll be screening a new documentary about Ogizaki Masahiro's House of Gay Art so don't forget to bring your glasses! Come get a copy of this almost sold-out anthology and catch the fever!
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Kinokuniya
1073 Avenue of the Americas,
New York, NY 10018

Employee Highlight: RJ Casey
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under office funmiscellanymisc 17 Feb 2015 11:10 AM

Rj Casey 
Recent hire, RJ Casey, hails from the town of Chicago but has been out Seattle-way for awhile as an editorial intern working with editor Kristy Valenti and is now working at Fantagraphics on foreign rights and FU Press. Please welcome RJ into our weird fold as we ask him a few questions. 

What other jobs/experiences have you had in comics? What's your background in (non-comics?)

I started a small publishing behemoth with Eric Roesner called Yeti Press. We've been wheelin' and dealin' comics, graphic novels, and anthologies since 2011. I also taught elementary school for five years in the suburbs of Chicago. All this after I double majored in English and education at Hope College in Michigan.

What was the first comic you read?

Silver Surfer #54 was the first comic I ever read, but I use the word "read" loosely. It was more like scanning the pages for action before I could decipher the words. The Silver Surfer and Rhino fought in a zoo!

Silver Surfer
What was the first comic that made you want to write, react, something?

Artists like Dylan Horrocks and Roger Langridge always make me laugh and think, but I'm going to take it back to Bone by Jeff Smith. I was a struggling student in early grades and I learned how to read, quite literally, from Bone. I still reread it at least once a year.

What can you recommend to Fanta readers?

I'm a sucker for humor and gag comics, so I'd say don't sleep on the Virgil PartchM.K. Brown, and Charles Rodrigues collections. Being a Chicago-born basketball junkie as well, I'm always telling people about Bull on Parade.

RJ Picks 

Weirdest Fanta experience so far?

Every time I go into the basement archives is a new adventure. I'm either finding a cool, old Kevin Huizenga mini or a nest of dead spiders.

Favorite way to wind down?

Watching a NBA game or taking a walk around Green Lake with my wife.

Favorite drink?

Whiskey or coffee. Or whiskey and coffee.

What projects do you have ahead of you outside of your job?

Yeti Press has a fun group of releases available this summer, which includes 4 books and a webcomic. I also update my art appreciation blog called "I Like That" everyday.

Best part of comic conventions?

That tired, slap-happy daze that inevitably occurs after too many hours on your feet and "being on." Just you and your friends spouting ideas and opinions about comics. I dig those shared experiences.

Favorite place in Seattle for food or public place?

Wayward Café has something called the "Biscuit Mountain" on their menu, so they're obviously on the list. Green Lake is my normal stomping ground and I love going to Storm games at the Key Arena.

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Thanks for answering my questions, RJ, now GET BACK TO WORK. 

NY Times Best Seller: Michael Jordan
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Wilfred Santiagoawards 16 Feb 2015 10:47 AM
Michael Jordan
Wilfred Santiago's most recent dance in the comics world is on the basketball court with Michael Jordan: Bull on Parade. His kinetic and gorgeously painted graphic novel is sitting pretty for the second week in a row on the NY Times Best Seller's list. "This biography focuses on the public and private life of the superstar basketball player during his professional career…" Michael Jordan: BOP focuses on, as Santiago puts it, a fascinating figure who was never too interested in satisfying people, other than his own personal drive. Grab a copy before they are all gone!
 
Here's what some recent reviewers and critics have said about this heart-pounding, sneaker-thumping story:
 
"From a scuffle with Patrick Ewing in the book's opening pages to the titanic feat of multiple NBA Championships, this book breaths with potent comic book electricity, phrasing court pivots and jump-shots with the same bombast as celestial superhero brawls." - Sean Edgar, Paste Magazine 
 
"Players lurch across the court, striding over a mundane landscape that Santiago transforms into a mythopoetic stage. It's grandiose, theatric...Wilfred Santiago does a fantastic job of getting me to buy into a subject I have no real interest in. The level of craft at play-in the writing, art, coloring-is exceptional, and BULL ON PARADE is a work totally befitting its colossal subject." -Shea Hennum, This Is Infamous 
The New York Times 
Blind Date with a Book 2015
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under office funmiscellanyinternsfashion 13 Feb 2015 11:34 AM

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What started out as a really cute way for libraries to get patrons to check out books sight-unseen has turned into a pop quiz for Fanta employees about our books. See a description of a book you like? Try to figure out what it is and then click on the link, order it and fall in love. 

"Pretty....gross; loves brand names, make-up and hairspray!; Sometimes desperate but in a totally good way."

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"Leads a double life; likes mind-bending experiences; occasional non-verbal spells."

"Has had a lot of schoolin'; owns a very small business; into medically-supervised lucid dreaming."  
grass
"Frustrated & looking to connect; loves travel; into seniors"

"Has a kid....in a long term thing, looking to stray/play; likes pizza but mostly booze; loves...well..."
NTY
"Livin' the alternative lifestyle; interested in pulp fiction, campy sci-fi; prone to strange, surrealist, 50's style nightmares!"

Too tame? Consider the next few books like the back of your favorite alt-weekly newspaper!cones
"The hairier the better! Into ropes; boots...hmmm"; very spreadable"
mug 
"Enjoys listening to Rush Limbaugh; comics enthusiast; just trying to make a buck"
hearts
"Loves a good sword fight; Enjoys the feel of CHAIMAILLE against skin; Enthusiastic horseback rider" 

"Hopeless, Optimistic Romantic; Has a dog"
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"Likes to drink; been described as 'steampunk' or 'neo-victorian'; into hanging out with my winged friend"

"Very competative; good with my tongue; hates traveling!"

Too easy? We've mixed in a few books you HAVEN'T read yet since they are about to come out!
cat
"Looking for love in the big city; into Morrissey + kittens; a romantic"
window
"Warm & fuzzy; a little bit lost (but looking); currently on a BIG adventure"

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"Into women's rights; non-judgemental; doesn't want kids"

"Suffering from writer's block; prone to fantasies; world traveler"  
Thanks to interns Rosie Lockie + Will Rhodes for their help; plus RJ Casey, Kim Rost and Marc Palm. Want more? Try out the Blind Date with a Book from 2013. And YES, that biscuit and gravy was from the amazing Morsel


























SEATTLE: Peter Bagge at Arcane Comics
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Peter Baggeevents 13 Feb 2015 7:38 AM

Sweatshop

Ever had a terrible boss? One who never appreciated you or gave you personal space outside of work? SWEATSHOP is all about it. Meet MEL BOWLING, and his team of overworked cartoonists helping him hack out a bad comic strip, Freddy Ferret.

Real-life cartoonist Peter Bagge will be at Arcane Comics tonight at 6pm signing copies of Sweatshop. Complete with an art jam wall, you can immortalize one of your own bad basses or draw one of the bad jobs you've had yourself. Refreshments will be provided (Mel's drinking to that below).

 Cosplay

In addition to the many cartoonist characters, Sweatshop also features a cosplayer, often called an "artist's model", who understands a lot of the complaints of today's convention scene.Sweatshop
So come down to Arcane Comics in Ballard to get your comics signed by Peter Bagge and show us some horrible stuff your terrible bosses have done, or just draw them with boogers hanging out of their noses.

Sweatshop
Arcane Comics
5809 15th Avenue Northwest
Seattle, WA 98107
206.781.4875 






New Digital Comic Releases
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Peter BaggeNoah Van SciverLucy KnisleyLove and RocketsJoe DalyJaime HernandezGilbert Hernandezdigital comicsDame DarcycomiXology 11 Feb 2015 4:34 PM
Love and Rockets 7
Wednesday is not only New Comics Day in the stores but also new comics day online and on your favorite digital reading device. comiXology has a swank-and-huge list of titles that came out today! Love & Rockets: New Stories #7 finds Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez writing and drawing at the top of their game. In Jaime's stories, Maggie and Hopey take a road trip to visit a 'sick friend' while Ray visits some old sick friends of his own. Gilbert offers a suite of stories, including a sweeping epic of derring-do in which Fritz as Morgan Le Fey teams up with Aladdin; a WWII sci-fi thriller and 'Daughters and Mothers and Daughters,' in which flashbacks to Luba's mother Maria reveal how old secrets affect their family today. is $17.99 at comiXology and is also available on the Sequential app.
Sweatshop
Peter Bagge's Sweatshop is an intense situational comedy about a newspaper strip "sweatshop" of aspiring cartoonists who are attempting to make it big like their boss, Mel Bowling, but on their own terms. Featuring art also by Johnny Ryan, Jim Blanchard, Stephen Destefano, Stephanie Gladden and Matt Ray; Sweatshop is a must have for the Fantagraphics' fan and anyone who has had a terrible boss. Sweatshop is also available on the Sequential app. In addition you can get Hate 18, now out digitally. 

Displacement Saint Cole
In the sweet follow up to An Age of License, in Lucy Knisley's Displacement recounts the experience of caring for her frail grandparents aboard a cruise ship, while reflecting on her own fears on mortality, her age, and her family's relationships and history. Meanwhile, Noah Van Sciver's latest graphic novel, Saint Cole, is a brutal look into  in pathos and the human condition. It follows a dead-ender, Joe, over four days as his life goes from terrible to unraveling at every possible seam, from drinking on the job to a live-in girlfriend and crying baby at home. You can also find both of these titles on the Sequential app.  Dungeon Quest  Meat cake
More serial comics please! 
Serialized from the pages of Dungeon Quest Book Three #8 by Joe Daly, we join Millenium Boy, Millenium Boy, Steve, Nerd Girl and Lash Penis mid-adventure. A series of beasts called Womraxes attack the group, ripping off clothes right and left. (and only $1.99 per issue!).
 
In Dame Darcy's Meat Cake #15, Richard Dirt and Friend the Girl show you exactly how to pass the Zombie Survival Test before Dame Darcy takes a trip around the world gathering local lore like the Chupacabre of Texas and the Science Un-Fair. Plus, get your munch on with her finest raw food recipes! It's one of the best one hundred and ninety-nine penny dreadfuls you can get!
 
Bagge's HATE #18 has the Bradley home in Jersey is bursting at the seams with little birdies who tried out their wings, landed in a bloody heap on the ground, and limped back into the nest. The newest re-addition to the family unit: Butch. Buddy's errant little brother is discharged from the Navy, due in large part to his chronic alcoholism, and he heads straight for the nearest port - home sweet home. His constant belligerent presence makes life even more difficult for Buddy and Lisa, who are having a hard enough time of it as it is. Needless to say, things wind up coming to an ugly head between Buddy and Butch, and nothing is resolved as a result, since such is the nature of adult siblings. Now and forever, in full and glorious FantacolorTM from cover to cover!
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New Comics Day: 2.11.15
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Peter BaggeNew Comics DayLucy KnisleyJaime HernandezGilbert Hernandez 10 Feb 2015 3:03 PM
This week's comic shop shipment is slated to include the following new titles. Read on to see what comics-blog commentators and web-savvy comic shops are saying about them (more to be added as they appear), check out our previews at the links, and contact your local shop to confirm availability.  
 
Love and Rockets New Stories 7  
Love and Rockets: New Stories #7
by Jaime Hernandez and Gilbert Hernandez

100-page black & white 7.25" x 10.5" softcover
$14.99 | 978-1-60699-770-3 

"Jaime has always been brilliant at investing his characters with personality & emotion, and his illustration of Maggie speaks volumes....the latest edition of Love and Rockets: New Stories has a wealth of material from both of the Hernandez brothers. Jaime and Gilbert continue to develop their large casts of characters and unfold numerous plotlines in an intriguing manner. And the artwork from both of them is gorgeous." -Ben Herman, In My Not So Subtle Opinion
 
"Love and Rockets is incredible, and a complete about face from superhero comics if you find yourself growing tired of the Big 2."  –Comic Book Herald
 
Sweatshop
Sweatshop
by Peter Bagge

152-page full color 6.75" x 10.25" softcover
$19.99 | 978-1-60699-812-0
 
"Sweatshop is entertaining stuff, and, as a bonus, it's fairly self-reflexive." –Hillary Brown, PASTE Magazine

"Unsurprisingly, Bagge's latest from Fantagraphics sounds highly intriguing...Peter Bagge is up there with Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez as alternative comics creators from the 80's and 90's that you're cooler just for knowing." –Comic Book Herald

Displacement  
by Lucy Knisley

168-page full color 5.5" x 7.5" softcover • $19.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-810-6 
 
"No one out there is Knisley, who always finds a way to create a narrative out of diverse thoughts and ideas - turning a musing sort of travelogue or blog into something wholly satisfying and meaningful. Expect a moving look at aging, 'The Greatest Generation' and love." –Menachem Luchins, 13th Dimension
 
"Knisley's able to achieve an impressive balance between humor and poignancy, juxatposing observations on the bizarre line-up of nighttime entertainment and the strangeness of her fellow passengers with thoughtful observations on aging and excerpts from her grandfather's World War II journals." –Brian Heater, Paper Mag
 
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