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Category >> Jason

Sketchbook #23
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jasonart 21 Apr 2008 9:29 AM

Courtesy Jason:

Good comics, for free.
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under webcomicsJasonDash Shaw 10 Mar 2008 11:06 AM

Are you reading Dash Shaw's BodyWorldJog is. And he reminds me to tell you that you should, too, because it's free and good! Speaking of free and good, are you reading Jason's Low Moon in the New York Times? Same deal.


Flog Giveaway: Jason Lettering!
Written by Jacob Covey | Filed under Jasonart 3 Mar 2008 11:19 AM

While we were putting together his upcoming release, Pocket Full of Rain, Jason sent over this small swatch of lettering-- the title of a single page story in the book.

jasonlettering.jpg

He has given his blessing to give away this tiny treasure to the first Flog reader to post in the comments board. I'm not going to get clever and ask you to answer any questions, just be a fan. Leave a contact email address and I'll write you.

Approx. 2.75" x 4" on what I'm sure is non-archival copy paper. Touched by Kim Thompson and myself only. Insurance value: $400,000.00.

Low Moon, Part 1
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jason 18 Feb 2008 9:03 AM
Yesterday saw the debut of the latest New York Times comic strip, LOW MOON by Jason! Huzzah! And it's a decaffeinated Western, no less.
Jason in EW
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jason 13 Feb 2008 10:27 AM

This was a nice little interview with Jason in last week's EW:

 

 

Marketing advice
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Jason 31 Jan 2008 12:18 PM

Zombies!

Kevin Church has some suggestions for us to help Jason's books sell better in the Direct Market. (Also seen on ¡Journalista!)

Panelism
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Jason 29 Jan 2008 12:49 PM

At the Thought Balloonists blog, Craig Fischer offers an in-depth analysis of Thierry Groensteen's theories of comics semiotics and structure, using this page from Jason's (out of print) graphic novel Hey, Wait... as an example:

Hey, Wait...

Now in stock: The Last Musketeer by Jason
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under new releasesJason 9 Jan 2008 1:02 PM


The Last Musketeer
By Jason

After his existential thriller (Why Are You Doing This?), his Parisian famous-writers crime caper (The Left Bank Gang), and his time-travel story (I Killed Adolf Hitler), Jason's fourth full-color album may feature his loopiest premise yet. Set in the present time, The Last Musketeer stars the by-now centuries old musketeer Athos, who has been reduced to a suavely dressed but useless near-panhandler trading on his now almost extinct fame. All this changes when one day the Martians attack Earth. Suddenly there is a need for swashes to be buckled, and Athos leaps back into the fray with a vengeance. The Last Musketeer is a vintage sci-fi adventure with a unique twist from an internationally acclaimed cartoonist.

48-page 7" x 10" full-color softcover $12.95
Order Now!







Le Buddy
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Peter BaggeLinda MedleyJasonawards 6 Dec 2007 9:14 AM
Your list of Official Selections at the 2008 Festival International de la Bande Desinée d'Angoulême includes:


Peter Bagge's En Route Pour Le New Jersey, the French edition of Buddy Does Jersey...


Jason's Le Dernier Mousquetaire, our English edition of which (The Last Musketeer) is coming soon...


...and Linda Medley's Château l'Attente, known here in l'Amerique as Castle Waiting.

Félicitations à tous les artistes.










Jason previewed
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under previewsJason 27 Nov 2007 7:59 AM


The First Post excerpts Jason's latest comic masterpiece, the graphic novella I Killed Adolf Hitler. This is one of my favorite Jason books yet, a genre-bending time travel story that is a masterpiece of economy. Jason gets in and gets out like nobody's business. No chicken fat here. Read these first ten pages and see for yourself.