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This Week in Fanta Events: 10/2-10/5
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Things to seeSimon HanselmannRobert WilliamsPaul HornschemeierJim WoodringJacques BoyreauGilbert HernandezeventsEd PiskorCarol TylerBob Fingermanart 1 Oct 2014 4:40 PM

carnegie

Wednesday, October 1

 

  • Covington, KY: Carol Tyler, noted cartoonist, and creator of the series You'll Never Know, will be giving a presentation at cultural/educational/theatre center, The Carnegie. Her presentation will be of interest not just to aspiring artists, but to those interested in the affects of war on the soldier, and their loved ones. Presentation is FREE, and runs from 7-8 pm, with a gallery of original work running the rest of the month. (More Details)
  • Tacoma, WA: Former Fanta Fintern, Michael Fitzgerald is embarking on new territory by opening Tacoma's newest destination store, Destiny City Comics. Right next to the popular book store, King's Books, Destiny Comics opens this day to bring the good folks of Tacoma more literary art offerings, like our beautiful Fantagraphics books. Pay them a visit, and support your local comic book store! (More Details)
cute boys
 
Thursday, October 2
  • Minneapolis: Minnesota didn't have anything as cool as Boneshaker Books when I lived there, just a bunch of wild turkeys. But this day they'll be hosting a bunch of wild boys as our Hanselmann, DeForge, and Kyle tour makes it's way out West. Pop by this completely volunteer run beauty of a book store, from 5 pm until closing. It'll be rad! (More Details
supertrash
Friday, October 3
  • Portland, OR: The Pacific Northwest College of Arts presents the Super Trash exhibit; a celebration of exploitative art and images in cinema, curracted by Jacques Boyrau, author of the upcoming book from Fantagraphics, Super Trash. The exhibit run in conjunction with weekly films at the Laurelhurst Theater in Portland. Tonight's film is Streets of Fire, the rock n' roll-kidnapping classic from director, Walter Hill, the producer off all Alien/Prometheus films, AND the director of The Warriors. (More Details)
cute boys vegas
 
 Saturday, October 4
  • Las Vegas (Baby!): Now that Gilbert Hernandez is joining our cute boys for their Vegas stop, I think we upgraded to the cute MEN tour. This all-star lineup of Hernandez, Hanselmann, DeForge, and Kyle has a slew of books and pens ready to sign your copies of Megahex, Lose #6, Distance Mover, and Luba and Her Family. Move on down to Cosmic Comics this Saturday from Noon-4 pm and pick up the hottest book of the year, while visiting with the hottest cartoonists of the century. (More Details
  • Cambridge, MA: The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo, or MICE! It not only has the cutest name for a convention, but they have a stellar line up of guests for the free two day show at Lesley University. Some of those cartoonists include: Paul Hornschemeier, Emily Carroll, Box Brown, James Kochalka, and Raina Telgemeier. Tons of guests, panels, and books! (More Details)
  • San Francisco, CA: Many things could be said about the city by the bay: techy, expensive, foggy. But one constant truth is that it's played home to the underground comix scene since the '60s.  And they bring it on home every year for Alternative Press Expo, this time hosting special guests like Bob FingermanEd Piskor, and Robert Williams. And the ebullient Eric Reynolds will be facilitating signings, and selling our wares at booth 331-333. Buy badges online or at the door! 
mice 2014
 
Sunday, October 5
  • Cambridge, MA: MICE is back for its second free day of independent comic goodness. And just look at that poster than our own Mr. Paul Hornschemeier designed especially for this event! The door are open from 11 am to 4 pm. (More Details)
  • Los Angeles: The boys of summer are hitting up trendy LA at the wonderful wonderful wonderful, Secret Headquarters. If you frequent Flog, I'm sure you have this tour memorized by now, so spread the word that starting at 5 pm, everyone needs to head on down to SHQ for the best night of their lives*. (More Details
  • Seattle, WA: Musicians Bill Frisell and James McNew will be joining Jim Woodring onstage at Seattle Town Hall for an evening of spontaneous creation; while music is played, Woodring will create his surreal and mind bending artwork before your eyes, and project it onto a screen for all to see. Oh did I mention that tickets are only $5?! You can get them here, and then join us this Sunday at 7:30 for what can only be described as an experience. (More Details)

 

Carol Tyler at the Carnegie Theater
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under eventsCarol Tylerart shows 29 Sep 2014 10:34 AM
The Carnegie
On Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 7:00-8:00 pm, the Carnegie in Covington, KY offers you a rare opportunity to hear Cincinnati's Carol Tyler, noted cartoonist, give a free public presentation based on her graphic novel, You'll Never Know. Her talk will be of special interest to those in art, graphics, writing, comics, and have relevancy for veterans, families of veterans and health professionals concerned with PTSD. 

The Carnegie offers Carol's presentation in conjunction with "Pages from the Graphic Novel, You'll Never Know," an installation she created for the art exhibit, With and Without: Challenges, curated by Mary Heider. Carol's installation and the entire art exhibit will be available for viewing prior to the presentation. Exhibit hours on Oct 1: noon-8:00 pm.
 
You'll Never Know 3
The exhibit runs through November 1, 2014. See www.thecarnegie.com for more exhibit information and regular hours.

The event is free and open to the public. Don't miss this amazing cartoonist!
C Tyler
 
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
7:00 - 8:00 PM
The Carnegie Theater
1028 Scott Boulevard, Covington, KY 41011  








Weekly OCD 8.19.14
Written by Sonia Lei | Filed under Roberta GregoryOCDMegan Kelsomary fleenerLucy KnisleyJessica AbelEllen ForneyEleanor DavisCarol TylerCarol Swain 19 Aug 2014 11:30 AM

This week's hen's egg clutch of Online Commentaries and Diversions:

Gast by Carol Swain - CoverReview: Gast by Carol Swain

"What’s most impressive about Swain’s story is its quiet nature, and its delicate portrayal of darkness. Instead of going for the obvious and imposing gruesome imagery to match the backdrop of macabre, Swain portrays the setting as a far more subtle place to contain unease, at time bucolic even with the fog of despair that sometimes hangs there." – John Seven, Vermicious

 

How to Be Happy by Eleanor Davis - CoverReview: How to Be Happy by Eleanor Davis

"That's Davis' sensibility. In her roundabout way, she dramatizes not the prospect of happiness, but the promise of it. Her natural territory is found in all the funny and tragic effects of that promise." – Etelka Lehoczky, NPR

Plug: Look who's sitting pretty at number 10 on the NY Times' Best Sellers List this week!

 

Weekly OCD 8.12.14
Written by Sonia Lei | Filed under Roberta GregoryOCDMegan Kelsomary fleenerLucy KnisleyLane MilburnKim ThompsonJoe OrlandoJessica AbelJacques TardiInio AsanoGabrielle BellEsther Pearl WatsonEllen ForneyEleanor DavisDrew FriedmanCarol TylerAl Jaffee 12 Aug 2014 8:30 AM

This week's summery, sun-warmed collection of Online Commentaries and Diversions:

Unloveable Vol. 3 by Esther Pearl WatsonReview: Unlovable Vol. 3 by Esther Pearl Watson

"Though Watson illustrates Tammy’s life in excruciating, embarrassing detail to often-hilarious effect, her clear affection and empathy for her subject shines through. She universalizes Tammy’s experiences, taking us back to relive our own tortured, giddy, deadly serious, horny, boring, and horribly self-conscious teenage years." – Robert Kirby, The Comics Journal

 

Twelve Gems by Lane MilburnReview: Twelve Gems by Lane Milburn

"This is exactly what summer blockbusters should be, only Milburn’s is a singular vision. He exploits clichés by embracing them, and he busily captures hyperspace hilarity, while the black and white pages never feel overwhelmed by the dark backdrops or Milburn’s detailed designs." – Alex Carr, Broken Frontier

 

It Was the War of the Trenches by Jacques TardiReview: It Was the War of the Trenches by Jacques Tardi

"Tardi is unremitting in his focus on the small, human details of the catastrophe—not just the look of uniforms and weaponry, but the way one soldier advances in an awkward, stiff-armed posture, 'protecting my belly with the butt of the rifle,' and the way another makes sculptures and rings from discarded shells, to sell to his comrades." – Gabriel Winslow-Yost, The New York Review of Books

 

How to Be Happy by Eleanor DavisReview: How to Be Happy by Eleanor Davis

"Many of Davis’ stories here explore the way people live with each other and try to find themselves in the modern world. They are funny, surprising, touching, and insightful. Some have a sci-fi slant to them, some are fantasy, and some are just about real people." – Rich Barrett, Mental Floss

 

Judgment Day and Other Stories by Joe Orlando, Al Feldstein, et alReview: Judgment Day and Other Stories by Joe Orlando, Al Feldstein, et al.

"The title story might be the best known in the entire EC comics oeuvre… EC tales often sported morals reinforcing decency and forward-thinking that were decades ahead of their time. 'Judgment Day' is one such story, an O. Henry type of tale about an Earthling astronaut who visits a robot-inhabited planet that is strictly divided along color lines…When the twist ending comes, it carries a surprise even today; sadly, this reflects as much on our own time as the era in which the story was produced." – David Maine, Spectrum Culture

 

Heroes of the Comics: Portraits of the Legends of Comic Books by Drew FriedmanReview: Heroes of the Comics: Portraits of the Legends of Comic Books by Drew Friedman

"I was amazed to find that many of these people were born in the late 1800s and that most of them have military service as part of their illustrious resumes. These weren’t hoity-toity art students born with silver spoons in their mouths; these were hard-working American mutts that, against nearly impossible odds – using only their imaginations, a lot of blood, sweat and tears (and apparently a huge amount of cigarette smoke) – managed to craft a uniquely American artistic medium that would influence countless generations to come." – Bob Leeper, Nerdvana

 

Nijigahara Holograph by Inio AsanoReview: Nijigahara Holograph by Inio Asano

"The story unfolds asynchronously, creating a sense of mystery. Why does the kids’ teacher, Miss Sakaki, have bandages on her face? Why is the class bully so affected by what happened to Arié? Why is the new kid at school, Amahiko, willing to jump out of his classroom’s window? And why are there glowing butterflies everywhere?" – Unshelved

 

  • Plug: Paul Gravett has a feature on French artist Jacques Tardi: "The exhibition and much of Tardi’s work reveals his strong anti-war feeling. It’s an obsession that goes back to his childhood, part of it spent in post-War Germany."
  • Commentary: MTV.com on social issues being discussed and dissected at Comic-Con. Trina Robbins "described the underground comics world being like a boys' club she wasn't invited into. So she and other women made their own comics. 'I produced the very first all-woman comic book in the world, in 1970,' she said. Her new book, 'Pretty in Ink,' is about women cartoonists, and only the latest book by this herstorian of women in comics."
  • Commentary: Several Fantagraphics artists are included in Buzzfeed's "23 Female Cartoonists On Drawing Their Bodies"
OCD EXTRA: Rolling Stone's Top 50
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Stan SakaiRobert CrumbreviewsLove and RocketsJoe SaccoJaime HernandezGilbert HernandezGary PanterDisneyDaniel ClowesDaily OCDCarol TylerCarl Barks 6 May 2014 3:53 PM
ROlling stone

Rolling Stone recently listed it's Top 50 Non-Superhero Graphic Novels and we made up 22% of that list (including a few books that we published and have been rereleased by others). If you haven't picked up one of these books, get steppin' to your local comic book store, buy one from the website, visit the library---you've go so many options! Picks by Joe Gross also of the Austin-American Statesman.
Safe Area Gorazde 
47 Safe Area Gorazde by Joe Sacco "Joe Sacco is one of the medium's premier journalists; that he has focused on war-torn regions makes his work feel that much more vital and impressive...Gorazde - is a great place to start."
 You'll Never Know
44 You'll Never Know series by C. Tyler "Tyler is a top flight memoirist, and You'll Never Know pulses with a maturity not often found in the medium.
Usagi Yojimbo 
43 Usagi Yojimbo by Stan Sakai "Never less than thoughtful and entertaining, Usagi Yojimbo is one of the most consistent comics around." 
Dal Tokyo 
33 Dal Tokyo by Gary Panter "Pretty much anything the most punk cartoonist ever…
Uncle Scrooge 
15 Uncle Scrooge by Carl Barks "His Donald Duck stories are a comedic blast, but his Uncle Scrooge stories are veritable silly symphonies of complicated plotting and intercontinental adventure. Need a master class in how to tell a great comics story? Read any Barks' Scrooge stories from 1950 until his retirement in 1966. It's all there.
Ghost World 
9 Ghost World by Daniel Clowes "You're goddamn right it's the Catcher in the Rye of comics."
The Complete Crumb 
5 The Complete Crumb by R. Crumb "To ignore him completely is only to invite accidentally ripping him off; he's the Bob Dylan of the comics underground, and his work is embedded in the medium's DNA now."  
larn5 Love and Rockets  Love and Rockets 6  
1 Love and Rockets by Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez "Imagine the Clash or R.E.M. or Run-DMC not only never broke up, but, for 30 years, never once released a less-than-excellent record. Imagine their command of their craft just became more pronounced year after year, earning the unshakable admiration of their fans and peers. Imagine they made the best record of their career, 30 years on, this decade. This is essentially what Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez have done with Love and Rockets, the greatest American comic book series of all time."  
 

This Week in Fantagraphics Events: 3/31-4/7
Written by janice headley | Filed under Johnny RyanJim RuggJason T MilesGlenn BrayeventsCarol Tyler 1 Apr 2014 10:13 AM

Friday, April 4th

Philadelphia, PA: It's the opening reception for Freak Scene, a group art show at Space 1026 featuring Johnny Ryan, our own Jason T. Miles, Mome-contributor Jim Rugg, and a whole host of fellow freaks. (more info)

Saturday, April 5th

New York City, NY: Stop by Tables #A20-A23 at the 2014 MoCCA Arts Festival! Click here for all our signings, debuts, and programming. (more info)

Gainesville, FL: The great Carol Tyler will present a talk on "Graphic Emotion: Weighted Words and Moving Marks" at the 11th annual University of Florida Conference on Comics and Graphic Novels. (more info)

 

Sunday, April 6th

Los Angeles, CA: Collector extraordinaire Glenn Bray will sign his gorgeous new tome, The Blighted Eye: Original Comic Art from the Glenn Bray Collection at Arcana: Books on the Arts from 3:00 to 5:00 PM. (more info)

Gainesville, FL: At the 11th annual University of Florida Conference on Comics and Graphic Novels, Carol Tyler will lead an artist's workshop titled "Comics: Getting Down to Basics." (more info

New York City, NY: It's your last chance to visit us at the 2014 MoCCA Arts Festival! You know what to do, NYC. (more info)

Carol Tyler Keynote Speaker at the University of Florida!
Written by janice headley | Filed under eventsCarol Tyler 31 Mar 2014 10:36 AM

For their 11th annual University of Florida Conference on Comics and Graphic Novels, the Graduate Comics Organization will look at "Traumics: Comics Narratives of Trauma."

And presenting one of their keynote speakers is noneother than our very own Carol Tyler, and on Saturday, April 5th, she will present a talk on "Graphic Emotion: Weighted Words and Moving Marks" at 7:00 PM, with a reception to follow at 8:30 PM with drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Surely, anyone who has read Tyler's series, You'll Never Know, her graphic memoir focusing on the artist's father and his experiences in World War II, knows that she's an expert on graphic emotion!

On Sunday, April 6th, Carol will lead an artist's workshop titled "Comics: Getting Down to Basics" at 11:15 AM.

Keynote lectures and receptions will be held in Ustler Hall. All other events will be held in Pugh Hall.  Ustler Hall is located on the University of Florida at the intersection of East West Drive and Fletcher Drive. The conference is FREE and open to the public.

This Week in Fantagraphics Events: 1/13-1/20
Written by janice headley | Filed under Justin GreenJulia GfrörereventsEllen ForneyDanny BlandCarol Tyler 14 Jan 2014 11:13 AM

Black is the Color

Wednesday, January 15th

New York City, NY: Get your tickets quick, 'cause this will sell out! Julia Gfrörer will be signing her beautiful new graphic novel Black is the Color at The Strand, starting at 7:00 PM. You can either buy the book from The Strand or buy a $15 Strand Gift Card in order to attend this event. Both options admit one. (more info)

Thursday, January 16th

Camden, NJ: Don't miss the opening of the new exhibit Compulsive Narratives: Stories that MUST be Told at the Rutgers-Camden’s Stedman Gallery, featuring work from Carol Tyler, Justin Green, Ellen Forney, Julie Doucet, David Small, Gilad Seliktar, and many, many more! (more info)


photo credit: Charles Peterson

Saturday, January 18th

Seattle, WA: Seattle icon Danny Bland will be reading from his wicked debut novel, In Case We Die, at the Twilight Gallery, with special guests, Tom Hansen and Mandolin Hooper. BYOB -- no, seriously! (more info)



Stories That MUST Be Told in Camden, New Jersey!
Written by janice headley | Filed under Justin GreeneventsEllen ForneyCarol Tyler 19 Dec 2013 2:33 PM

Well, frankly, these stories must be told every-damn-where! But, starting January 16th, 2014, the Rutgers-Camden’s Stedman Gallery will become a haven for artists displaying comix versions of their life stories through a marriage of drawings to text.

In an exhibit aptly titled Compulsive Narratives: Stories that MUST be Told, curator Cheryl Harper brings together original drawings from graphic novels and complementary works in other media by artists who reveal their innermost demons.

Such as Carol Tyler, who shares on her blog that some pages of original art, including a few from You'll Never Know, will be on display! (She also shares that "Mr. Compulsive Narrative himself Justin Green shares some original Binky Brown pages," adding, "that alone is worth the effort to go see this exhibit.")

Original pages will also be on display from Ellen Forney, Julie Doucet, David Small, Gilad Seliktar, and many, many more!

Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts Stedman Gallery is located at Third and Pearl Streets in Camden, NJ. (Lots of navigation options can be found here.) The exhibit will be on display through April 26, 2014.  

SPX 2013 Photo Rock Show
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Tom KaczynskitattoosPeter BaggePeanutsPaul HornschemeierNoah Van SciverMichael KuppermanLove and RocketsLeslie SteinKen ParilleJoseph LambertJeff SmithJanet HamlinGeorge HerrimanGary PanterGary GrothFloyd GottfredsoneventsEd PiskorDash ShawChuck ForsmanCharles M SchulzCharles ForsmanCarol TylerBlake BellBen Catmull 27 Sep 2013 11:37 AM
SPX
Holy yes-more-please, SPX rocked us. Jacq Cohen, Gary Groth and I traversed across the country for one of the single best comic books shows that exists. We knew it was going to be quite the fun time when we boarded the plane and saw Joseph Remnant. A small favor to stranger later and he was TRAPPED between us for 4+ hours.
Jen, Joseph and Jacq
SPX is that magical place where we stay in the same hotel as the convention so you run into people all the time. We found a Ben Catmull by the elevators right away! Maybe he was haunting the place (NOT COOL, BEN)
Ben Catmull
SPX had Ed Piskor draw the badges for the show this year and they were pretty bitching! Melanie Gillman models:
SPX badge by Ed Piskor
Early morning rise and shine, all the books were out in their deliciously intimidating stacks including all sexy color Peanuts Every Sunday.
Peanuts Every Sunday
Speaking of Peanuts, kids are attracted to it like a magnet. Yes!
Peanuts
Sketching Guantanamo also debuted at SPX and Janet Hamlin, the military tribunal artist for the last seven years showed up with some new sketches. This book is very important, not just to Janet or us but to the United States as a form of public record.
Sketching Guantanamo
Janet Hamlin
Here Hamlin and Justin Hall, editor and one of the cartoonists in No Straight Lines sign books.
Janet Hamlin and Justin Hall
Ed Piskor's new book Hip Hop Family Tree sold out early in the show along with Ulli Lust's Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life. Ed signs while dressed to the nines.
Ed Piskor
Ed signed alongside Fantagraphics' veterans Leslie Stein drawing in Eye of the Majestic Creature Vol. 2 and Michael Kupperman. T. Edward Bak gives them a pleasant earful.
signing
Speaking of debuts, The Secret History of Marvel Comics edited by Blake Bell and Dr. Michael J. Vassallo was very popular amongst the small press and indie fans. Chip Mosher of comiXology and Max Robinson have a mug off plus show off fun 'demonstration hands'!
Secret History of Marvel Comics
Meanwhile, one of the best dressed men and micropublishers in comics, Ryan Sands of Youth in Decline SHOWS OFF not one but two amazing tops before grabbing The Dan Clowes Reader (edited by Ken Parille).
Ryan Sands
While we're on the subject of fashion this lady's TEZUKA shirt blew me away, especially with its little added on pockets. 
Tezuka
Dash Shaw and Charles Forsman signed copies of their new books, New School and The End of the Fucking World respectively. 
Dash and Chuck
Ulli Lust signs Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life and Marc Sobel (editor) signs Love and Rockets: The Companion. (photo by Meredith Rizzo)
ulli and marc
So many of our cartoonists were on panels and luckily Meredith Rizzo was there to take photos while we sold books! Dash Shaw and Frnak Santoro.
Dash and Frank
Gary Panter and Bill Kartalopoulos (photo by Meredith Rizzo)
Gary and Bill
 Jim Rugg, Tom Scioli, Ed Piskor, Seth and R. Sikoryak.  (photo by Meredith Rizzo)
Ed piskor panel
And then people started drooling over Love and Rockets! Adam Staffaroni and Andrew Arnold (of Roaring Brook) ohh and ahh over Love and Rockets: The Covers.
Adam and Andrew
Joseph Lambert took it upon himself to get dangerous with hydration in a live appropriation of the Love and Rockets: New Stories #6 cover.
Joseph Lambert
Annie Mok and Phil Jackson totin' around some of The End by Anders Nilsen and Hernandez Brothers!
Annie Mok and Phil Jackson
Paul Hornschemeier, Ben Catmull, and Peter Bagge signed at the table (Gary Panter presiding behind them)
signing comics
At Bar Con in the evenings, things are heating up. Pete Bagge discusses things with Publisher Gary Groth, apparently it made Terry Nantier from NBM giggle.
SPX
Heidi MacDonald of The Beat, Peter Bagge, Terry from NBM and Noah Van Sciver make the flying Mighty Ducks 'V'.
Bar
Roger Langridge talks to Aussie Chris Breach.
Roger and Chris
At the Ignatz ceremony, they remembered our late, great Kim Thompson (photo from last year's convention)
Ignatz Kim
Ulli Lust (not pictured), Carol Tyler and me (!) all presented awards at the Ignatz ceremony.
Carol Tyler and Jen Vaughn
Two Fantagraphics' cartoonists won Ignatz bricks! Ulli for Best Graphic Novel and Chuck for issue 16 of his TEOTFW installment.
Ulli Lust and Charles Forsman
The brick for Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life.
Ulli's brick
Special guest Gary Panter and Jacq look great!
Gary and Jacq
Chuck Forsman and his BRICK!
Chuck!
Jacq and me with our roadie, Jeff Smith.
Jacq Cohen, Jen Vaughn and Jeff Smith
On Sunday more cartoonists stopped by the table to grab their favorite titles from us like Gene Yang picked up Ben Catmull's Ghosts and Ruins.
Gene Yang and Ben Catmull
Gary Panter asked Paul Hornschemeier to sign a book for him (bawww!)
Gary Panter and Paul H
Then Koyama Press' Cole Closser, Linda Walker and D&Q's Rutu Modan stopped by to talk to Gary Panter and grab Dal Tokyo.
Gary Panter and fans
Andrew Arnold and Sean Azzopardi flex with The Cavalier Mr. Thompson by Rich Tommaso and Dash Shaw 's Unclothed Man.
Andrew and Sean
Alec Longstreth and Greg McElhatton model books Mickey Mouse: Color Sundays by Floyd Gottfredson and Love and Rockets: The Covers!
Alec and Greg
Adriana and Tara
Joseph Remnant and Noah Van Sciver pay their respects to Schulz and the Peanuts Every Sunday Vol. 1 book. This picture is way cute and may or may not be my desktop background.
Joseph Remnant and Noah Van Sciver
Noah's gonna give you the hard sell, "LOOK at how color affects the tone of this comic!" Too true, it's way more whimsical!
Noah Van Sciver and Peanuts
Dan Stafford, SPX staffer and owner of Kilgore Books & Comics, gives us his best "don't murder me face". But it wasn't enough, story at eleven. Fall Guy for Murder by Johnny Craig gets 'em every time.
Dan Stafford
Former intern Lars got a copy of Gahan Wilson Sunday Comics (that he worked on!)
Gahan Wilson
Justin Hall and Carol Tyler of the infamous You'll Never Know series.
Justin and Tyler
Peter Bagge signs some books for fans! (photo by Meredith Rizzo)
Peter Bagge
Zak Sally took a break behind our booth to do some sweet sketches.
Zak Sally
The last thing to do at a con after packing up some unsold books and labeling boxes is EAT COOKIES. SPX social media coordinator and crazy busy man, Michael David Thomas, is the stuff fucking dreams are made of my friends.
MIchael David Thomas
More excellent fashion: Tom Kaczynski's TV Terminator shirt.
Tom K
Three cheers for Eden and Greg! Farel Dalrymple and Noah Van Sciver twerk and smirk below.
people
Jacq hugs Jason Leivian of Floating World/Press Gang
Jacq and Jason
I'm so pissed I forgot to show off my '90s HIP HOP socks to Ed while he was signing Hip Hop Family Tree. See those smiley faces and peace signs? The kind of socks you keep for the rest of your life! Eden Miller, Ignatz organizer, also showed off her own foot related fashion---an Ignatz tattoo pulled right from the pages of Herriman's comic!
Socks tats
Back on the plane ride home, Jacq took a photo of me working on comics. 
Jen comics
We had SUCH a great time at SPX, thank you so much to Warren Bernard, Michael David Thomas, Dan Stafford, Eden Miller, Sam Marx and the many, many, many other staffers and volunteers who made the show rock. Our bags are already packed for next year. 
SPX ready
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