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Category >> Jeremy Eaton

Merry Christmas to Me
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jeremy Eaton 28 Dec 2009 11:27 AM

My totally awesome and amazing wife commissioned this "jumble" of iconic cartoon characters from our good pal Jeremy Eaton as a Christmas gift to me. I am a lucky man. Can you name them all? Sorry for the glare. 

 

Deal of the Century!
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Original ArtJeremy Eaton 1 Dec 2009 6:27 AM

Get a custom "JUMBLE" from Jeremy Eaton for a mere $50, thru Dec. 27. That's right, choose any two cartoon characters and the artist will create an 8" x 10" Custom Jumble on heavyweight manila drawing paper, featuring both of your favorites in an exclusively-styled combination. I own one of these and you should, too. Contact him through his website.

  

Great Art, CHEAP!
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jeremy Eatonart 21 Oct 2009 6:36 AM

One week only!

Chelsea Cain, Comic Book Writer
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jeremy Eaton 2 Sep 2009 6:37 AM

  

Last night I headed down to Seattle's great Elliot Bay Book Co. to see my old friend Chelsea Cain read from her latest novel, Evil at Heart, the third book in her NY Times bestselling thriller series from Minotaur (following Heartsick and Sweetheart), featuring serial killer Gretchen Lowell and her nemesis-slash-soulmate, Detective Archie Sheridan. The series has sold a kajillion copies, been featured on HBO's True Blood, and been praised by no less an authority as Stephen King as well as just about everyone else on the planet, so you don't need to take my word for it when I tell you that if you like a good, character-driven thriller, you should really pick these up.

Now that Chelsea's a superstar in the book world, I thought it would be fun/self-serving to point out one of her earliest "literary" efforts, a little-seen entry in the world of underground funnybooks. Back in 1997, Chelsea was one of the first people to proudly take up the challenge of contributing to my then-new anthology for Fantagraphics, Dirty Stories, a fairly self-explanatory collection of transgressive, "smutty" comics that also featured work by Jaime Hernandez, Dylan Horrocks, Reneé French, Peter Bagge, Jessica Abel, Paul Pope, Dave Cooper, and many others. Chelsea collaborated with our mutual pal Jeremy Eaton on a funny little parody of sexual politics, power, and political correctness titled "The Adventures of Whitecop: P.C. Misogynist." The book is long out-of-print (although volumes two and three are still available), but you can read the entire story on Jeremy's blog; it's a hoot. Here's the first page:

All you Cain collectors out there will need to update your checklists and try to find a second-hand copy of this rare gem. 

Oh, and since I already pointed out the self-servingness of this post, according to Chelsea at her reading last night, there's a character in Evil at Heart named after me. *Blush!* I can't wait to find out what cruel fate awaits me. 

Jeremy Eaton, Prophet
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jeremy Eaton 1 Sep 2009 7:00 AM

Jeremy Eaton submitted this “fan art” cartoon to Amazing Heroes in 1981. It was rejected.

Eaton's Cartoon Jumbles at SHQ
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jeremy Eaton 29 Jun 2009 5:38 AM

This looks like an incredibly fun show. 

More HERE and HERE

The Lousy Tycoons
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jeremy EatonAl Columbia 10 Mar 2009 6:41 AM

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Jeremy Eaton and I have collaborated on the artwork for the debut release by North Dakota psychedelic duo, The Lousy TycoonsRead more about this and other Eaton collaborations (with Al Columbia and bestselling novelist Chelsea Cain).

Daily links: 2/24/09
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Tori MikiRichard SalaPaul KarasikLilli CarréKrazy KatJeremy EatonFantagraphics historyBeasts 24 Feb 2009 12:34 PM

• Review: J. Caleb Mozzocco says The Lagoon by Lilli Carré is "a great comic"

• Review: Parka Blogs looks at Beasts! Book 1

• History: Furry 101 reprints a 1992 article cementing Fantagraphics' place in mid-to-late 1980s furry culture with our brief heyday of anthropomorphic comics

• List: Sporadic Sequential recommends Anywhere but Here by Tori Miki if you're looking for funny manga

• For comiXology, our own Kristy Valenti looks at George Herriman's illustrations for archy and mehitabel

• Things to see: On the Covered blog, Paul Karasik takes Jimmy Olsen into the 3rd dimension, sort of

• Things to see (and buy): "Comic Panel Cut-Ups" from Jeremy Eaton

• Things to see: Richard Cowdry gathers all of Richard Sala's "Invisible Hands" in one place thanks to the miracle of YouTube

Quote of the Day
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jeremy Eaton 3 Feb 2009 8:04 PM
"I encountered him one afternoon, sitting on the living room couch of my parent's home, the Sunday paper sprawled across his lap. Open before him was the color comics section, specifically the fan art portion of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles feature. He was regarding it like some unrecognizable weed taken root in his vegetable patch."
If we published traditional kids' books...
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under Jeremy Eaton 7 Jan 2009 5:39 AM

I would love to put out this work-in-progress: 

It doesn't hurt that I am close, personal friends with all of the animals in this book.