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Category >> Charles Burns

Burns in New Yorker
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Charles Burns 13 Jul 2008 9:40 AM

This killer illustration by Charles Burns ran in this week's New Yorker and I just had to scan and share. 

Wow, Mom Wow
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Charles Burnsart 11 Apr 2008 8:35 AM

 

Sear your retinas and drain your checkbook here.

 

David Fincher to direct Black Hole
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under hooray for HollywoodCharles Burns 21 Feb 2008 7:43 AM
  

Variety has the scoop.


The Learners
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Chris WareChip KiddCharles Burns 14 Feb 2008 1:51 PM

Congrats to our pal Chip Kidd on the release of his second novel, The Learners. And how many people could get Charles Burns and Chris Ware to work on their cover? 
Show and Tell, Pt. 1
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under comic stripsChris WareCharles Burnsart 7 Feb 2008 4:53 PM

Evan Dorkin's recent, generous blog posts sharing convention sketches he's collected from the likes of Los Bros and Clowes have inspired me to share some small stuff I have at home in my studio that will fit on my teensy scanner and otherwise might just sit in here until I die and my wife or daughter sell it all on eBay.

First up, here's a card Evan himself gave me on the legendary Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Cruise, which has been on my bulletin board ever since.

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I will collect one day.

Here's a piece I picked up at Comicon a few years ago for $30 (!). A "Li'l Abner" daily panel from 1951, mercilessly separated from its family by a greedy art dealer who thought he could get more for four pieces than one.

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Here's a Charles Burns pencil rough for a panel in Black Hole:

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And two panels edited out of Chris Ware's final Jimmy Corrigan edit (I think he just changed the wording slightly - "Reed" to "Dad", as I recall, but I haven't compared it for a few years):

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Burns' Hard Nut
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Charles Burns 18 Jan 2008 10:29 PM

 
I meant to blog this over the holidays and simply forgot: a ten-minute documentary about Mark Morris' version of the Nutcracker, The Hard Nut. The Hard Nut was designed by Charles Burns, and Morris discusses their collaboration in detail.
Black Hole
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Charles Burns 17 Jan 2008 8:42 AM

Scientists discover a new material promising to be the blackest on earth; contrary to initial reports, it was not discovered in the inkwell of Charles Burns.

Speaking of Charles, he's about to head out on tour to promote the softcover edition of Black Hole.

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Strange deck
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Tony MillionaireJim BlanchardEllen ForneyCharles Burns 8 Jan 2008 8:39 PM

I like to play cards, so I was stoked to get this set from our pals at The Stranger. It instantly vaults past the nudie deck as my favorite. Each card features a classic cover from Strangers past, and they've had some great ones, including a bunch by Fantagraphics-published cartoonists like Jim Blanchard (who is featured on three cards, I think more than anyone), Ellen Forney, Jeremy Eaton, Charles Burns (colored by yours truly, coincidentally), and Tony Millionaire. I have no idea how to get this or if it's even for sale, so good luck. And neener-neener.
This should be good...
Written by Jacob Covey | Filed under Kovey KornerDaniel ClowesChris WareCharles Burns 7 Jan 2008 3:33 PM

Daniel Clowes and Chris Ware contribute stories to this Zadie Smith anthology of new fiction, The Book of Other People. Charles Burns illustrates the covers. It also has prose from the likes of Dave Eggers, Jonathan Lethem, and George Saunders. All of this makes for yet another beautiful Penguin Books artifact. [Note: I originally found out about this book via the great Blog Flume which has some scans of the cartoonists' work.]
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