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Weekly OCD 7.28.14
Written by Sonia Lei | Filed under Peter BaggeOCDLucy KnisleyLane MilburnGraham IngelsAn Age of LicenseAl Feldstein 29 Jul 2014 10:15 AM

This week's of Online Commentaries and Diversions:

An Age of License by Lucy KnisleyReview: An Age of License by Lucy Knisley

"…the in-process method of writing and drawing her adventures as they happen gives a vibrant immediacy to situations and sensations. Belying her relatively simple but charming cartooning style, Knisley pages are a cornucopia of information and detail: oversized seagulls, bilingual schoolchildren, and lying sat-navs populate her travels." – Publishers Weekly

 

Twelve Gems by Lane MilburnReview: Twelve Gems by Lane Milburn

"In Twelve Gems, Milburn has created a playful homage to the genre that also incorporates some of the “Marvel-isms” that were injected into the form in the '60s and '70s by Jack Kirby (primarily in The Fantastic Four and Thor) and Jim Starlin (during his stints on Captain Marvel and Warlock). The result is a work that can be enjoyed by a diverse body of comics readers, ranging from old school fans of the form all the way through to newbies who just saw the Guardians of the Galaxy movie." – Bill Boichel, Comics Workbook

 

Sucker Bait and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)Review: Sucker Bait and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library) by Graham Ingels, Al Feldstein, et al.

"Graham Ingels is the poet laureate of the EC horror comics. His stories are some of the most iconic of the entire line, full of newly revived corpses, horrific villains and some of the scariest moments that have ever been put down on the comics page." – Jason Sacks, Comics Bulletin

 

Buddy Buys a Dump by Peter BaggeReview: Buddy Buys a Dump by Peter Bagge

"Buddy’s life paralleled my own in some sense (crap jobs, weirdo roommates), but essentially I am not, nor will I ever be like Buddy Bradley. I certainly know the type, however, and therein lies the appeal of Buddy as a main character. The revolving cast of nut jobs that Buddy attracts to himself, and is attracted by, doesn’t hurt the appeal or comic potential either, nor does the sharp wit, great dialogue and Bagge’s unique style of rubbery, quavering limbs, popping eyes and massive pie holes shouting and swearing off the pages." – Chris Auman, Sound on Sight

Happy World UFO Day!
Written by Sonia Lei | Filed under Peter BaggeLane MilburnKim DeitchJoe OrlandoJack KamenGilbert HernandezEros ComixEC ComicsBasil WolvertonAl WilliamsonAl Feldstein 2 Jul 2014 2:30 PM

How are you celebrating World UFO Day today? Rewatching The X-files? Wearing your favorite tin hat? Gazing at the sky?

Why not pick up a sci-fi title or two as well? We've got some delectable tales, new and old, that explore humankind's fascination with space and aliens. From the kid-friendly to the delightfully perverse, we have plenty of recommendations to help you celebrate this (actual) holiday!


Twelve Gems by Lane MilburnTwelve Gems by Lane Milburn

New Release Somewhere in the outer cosmos, beyond reckoning or observation, the mysterious Dr. Z has enlisted three space heroes, Furz, Venus, and Dogstar, to search the galaxy for the fabled Twelve Gems of Power. Wall-to-wall humor and action!

 

The Adventures of Venus by Gilbert HernandezThe Adventures of Venus by Gilbert Hernandez

The charming all-ages stories from Measles (plus a new story done just for this book!) starring Luba’s smart, gutsy and imaginative niece, collected for the first time in a super-affordable little hardcover.

 

Yeah! by Peter Bagge and Gilbert HernandezYeah! by Peter Bagge, illustrated by Gilbert Hernandez

Pete writes and Beto draws this all-ages rock 'n' roll extravaganza! Follow the intergalactic adventures of Yeah!, the rockin' all-girl band who are superstars on every planet but their own (Earth)!

 

Spacehawk by Basil WolvertonSpacehawk by Basil Wolverton

Spacehawk had but one mission in life: to protect the innocent throughout the Solar System, and to punish the guilty. Every story from Spacehawk’s intergalactic debut in 1940 to his final, Nazi-crushing adventure in 1942.

 

The Amazing, Enlightening and Absolutely True Adventures of Katherine Whaley by Kim DeitchThe Amazing, Enlightening and Absolutely True Adventures of Katherine Whaley by Kim Deitch

At the turn of the 20th century, a young woman meets a mysterious eccentric who wants her to star in a film about some remarkable religious artefacts he claims to possess. He is accompanied by a strangely intelligent dog…

 

50 Girls 50 and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)50 Girls 50 and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library) by Al Williamson, Al Feldstein et al.

Williamson's complete Weird Science & Weird Fantasy science fiction tales, with 3 written by Ray Bradbury, plus work by Frazetta, Krenkel, Torres, and more, backed up by expert EC essayists.

 

Child of Tomorrow and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)Child of Tomorrow and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library) by Al Feldstein

Sixteen solo Feldstein sci-fi classics from Weird Science & Weird Fantasy (plus a few collaborations). Things from outer space, flying saucers, robots and the end of the world! Plus a new interview with Feldstein.

 

Judgment Day and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)Judgment Day and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library by Joe Orlando, Al Feldstein et al.

Classic EC science fiction from the pen of Joe Orlando, including two Ray Bradbury stories, all of EC's "Adam Link" adaptations, and the famous anti-racism title story.

 

Zero Hour and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library)Zero Hour and Other Stories (The EC Comics Library) by Jack Kamen, Al Feldstein et al.

Feldstein put the surface innocence of Kamen's style to good use in future fantasies with an unexpectedly brutal twist. 22 EC sci-fi classics, including 3 adapted from works by Ray Bradbury.

 


And over at Eros Comix:

This Week in Fantagraphics Events: 6/9-6/15
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Things to seeRichard SalaPeter BaggeJim WoodringJim FloraFantagraphics Bookstoreeventsart shows 13 Jun 2014 2:55 PM

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Friday, June 13th 

  • Oslo, Norway: The land of my ancestors is hosting the Oslo Comics Expo June 12-14th, featuring special guest, Peter Bagge! The FREE event takes place at the Deichmanske Library at Grunerlokka, a gorgeous public library with a bar! (More details)
  • Brooklyn, NY: Original art fans will want to head to the Scott Eder Gallery for their opening reception of the "It's About Comics" exhibit, from 6-9 pm. Marvel at original works by Los Bros Hernandez, Woodring, Sala, Crumb, and many more. Can't say no to something you fall in love with? Pieces will be available to purchase! (More details)
  • Brooklyn, NY: Since you're already in BK, scoot on over to the Jalopy Theatre from 6-8 pm to catch the reception for the opening of the Jim Flora show, featuring work from the book The High Fidelity Art of Jim Flora. Original album covers, proof sheets, and other artifacts to show off his zaney, jazz inspired work. (More details)
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Saturday, June 14th 

 

  •  Seattle, WA: The annual Georgetown Carnival is going down this Saturday from Noon-10 pm! Beer gardens, three stages of live music, and the famous Power Tool Races, with an entry by our own Larry Reid. Pop into the Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery for a rest, and scope some fantastic reads. The carnival is a perfect opportunity to discover all of the great things Georgetown has to offer: food, drinks, records, books, art and more! (More details)

 

Brooklyn: Scott Eder Gallery "It's About Comics" Reception and Show
Written by Anna Pederson | Filed under Tony MillionaireSpain RodriguezRichard SalaPeter BaggeOriginal ArtKim DeitchJim WoodringJaime HernandezGilbert HernandezeventsBasil Wolvertonart shows 3 Jun 2014 11:02 AM

its about comics

 

The Scott Eder Gallery is one of the premier sellars of comic book art, and is the only gallery in New York City that is exclusively dedicated to showcasing and championing the art of comic books. So it's no surprise that when they open a new show, half of the talent on their roster include Fantagraphics artists.

Opening in tandem with the first ever New York Special Edition convention, the Scott Eder Gallery put together an anthological show to highlight their favorite selections over the past six years, and surprise premieres. Of the numerous masters being exhibited, there are a slew of Fantagraphics favorites and crowd pleasers, including:

Peter BaggeRobert CrumbJim Woodring (featured on the flyer), Basil WolvertonJaime HernandezGilbert HernandezTony MillionaireSpain RodriguezKim Deitch, and Richard Sala (also a flyer feature).

So if you're already in New York, or flying out for the first annual comic creator centered show, NY Special Edition, add this show of continuously jaw-dropping original art to your list of places and events to hit up while you're in town! 

Opening reception and party takes place on Friday, June 13th at 6 pm, gallery show runs until Septemeber 5th. Books, prints, and original art available for purchase!

Scott Eder Gallery

18 Bridge St.

Brooklyn, NY

www.scottedergallery.com 

 

More HATE and UNLOVABLE on comiXology
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Peter BaggeEsther Pearl Watsondigital comicscomiXology 23 May 2014 1:30 PM

Hate 11
Feel the no-love wash over as comiXology continues the serialization of Hate by Peter Bagge and Esther Pearl Watson's Unlovable Book 2 where slobby chicks rule! In issue #11 of Hate, Buddy and Lisa hit rock bottom: their disgusting and pathetic behavior ostracizes them from all their friends, including the usually tolerant George Hamilton III, who moves out in a huff. In fact, Buddy and Lisa can't even stand each other, but they're all they have left now! This bitter orgy of alcoholism, desperate sex, and bad attitudes is only $1.99 for 25 pages.

Hate 11

"I love Hate!" - Matt Groening 

Unlovable 3
Esther Pearl Watson's Unlovable Book 2 continues in Issue #3 "Bum Love". Tammy Pierce's grotesque-yet-glamorous lifestyle just keeps ramping up! Dreamboat Ken Olsen has decided to become celibate and for no reason at all, like really, Tammy finds her eye wandering over to Wayne Cummings. PLUS, time to get in shape with Tammy Pierce's workout routine. 102 pages of fun for readers 12 years old and up is available for only $4.99. 

Bum Love 

 "Tammy's enchanting smile and dazzling eyes are a gift of grace from Esther Watson." - Pendleton Ward, creator of Adventure Time



Piskor & Bagge at Appleseed Comic Con
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Peter BaggeeventsEd Piskor 14 May 2014 1:36 PM
Appleseed
This weekend, masters of the comic art form, Peter Bagge and Ed Piskor are Special Guests at the Appleseed Comic Con in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Join the comics crowd at The Grand Wayne Center (120 West Jefferson Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46802) on Saturday, May 17th from 10am-6pm and again on Sunday, May 18th from 11am-5pm. Guests 
On Saturday from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM check out THE HIP HOP/COMICS CONNECTION panel! "Ed Piskor, author of the New York Times best-selling series Hip Hop Family Tree, examines the 40 year relationship between Comics and Hip Hop culture. The journey begins with Vaughn Bode characters painted on Trains, to cartoonists creating rap album covers, to rap artists creating comic books, to the ultimate merging of the two cultures into Ed's current work."
Buddy Buys a Dump HHFT 1
Purchase a $10 day pass here before they sell out and go to the coolest con in Indiana!
Paste Magazine's 100 Best Comic Book Characters
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Stan SakaiPeter BaggeJaime HernandezDisneyDaniel ClowesCarl Barks 13 May 2014 2:58 PM
Paste
Paste Magazine released a list of the 100 Best Comic Book Characters and a few are from Fantagraphics books! Here are our highlights:
Buddy Buys a Dump Buddy
88. Buddy Bradley from HateBuddy Buys a Dump, etc.
"For some, though, Bagge's early ‘90s hipster caricature was the closest comics got to depicting the world Gen X'ers knew, or at least the world they thought would make them look cool if they acted like they knew it. Through Buddy, Bagge bitingly dredged up the paranoia at the core of every ‘90s alt doofus." – Garrett Martin
Ghost World Enid
35. Enid Coleslaw from Ghost World
"Teenage girls, in particular, get the short shrift in comics as Betties and Veronicas, but Enid is spunky, dangerous and recognizably human. In Ghost World, Enid brings her glorious three dimensions to the trials of adolescence." – Hillary Brown 
Usagi  Usagi
28. Miyamoto Usagi from Usagi Yojimbo
"Whether training under his Lord Mifune or traveling as a directionless Ronin, this rabbit bodyguard holds more gravitas and depth than any other anthropomorphic animal." – Sean Edgar
Uncle Scrooge Scrooge
15. Uncle Scrooge from Carl Bark's Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck
"His cantankerous, money-crazed persona is tempered by a sympathetic backstory from Barks, showing how the millionaire waterfowl earned every dime of his immense wealth through hard work and cunning. This simple setup has fueled decades of stories, the animated series DuckTales and, more recently, a new series of acclaimed reprints of Barks' classic comics by Fantagraphics." –Zack Smith
Love and Rockets Hopey 
"Hopey is all spikes and broken glass - a kid at heart - and, as children are, often thoughtless, selfish and wild. That she manages to be completely endearing and relatable to the reader speaks to Hernandez's achievement in Hopey's characterization." – Hillary Brown 
  
The Love Bunglers Maggie
10. Maggie
 from Love and Rockets/Locas by Jaime Hernandez
"Maggie's evolving, deepening emotions since 1981 make her one of the most realized and substantial characters in the entire comics medium. She's stereotypically feminine in many aspects - emotional, irrational, eats her feelings - but she also bends gender norms, as evidenced by her talent as a mechanic." – Hillary Brown 









Peter Bagge at the 2014 Oslo Comics Fest!
Written by janice headley | Filed under Peter Baggeevents 12 May 2014 10:13 AM

From Seattle to Scandinavia -- Peter Bagge will be a featured guest at the 2014 Oslo Comics Expo!

This June 12th-14th, get ready to say "velkommen" to Pete at the Schous Plass -- all the fun goes down in the Deichmanske Library at Grünerløkka. (Not only are there fantastic comics and guests, but there's also a bar on the second floor!)

Pete will be signing his latest collection, Buddy Buys a Dump, which contains the last nine issues of Hate Annual and completes the current story arc with a new twenty-page conclusion. You won't want to miss this rare appearance from one of the legends of alternative comics!

Schous Plass is located in the south of the borough of Grünerløkka in Oslo. OCX is free and open to all.

The Accidental Love God
Written by Larry Reid | Filed under staffPeter BaggeJessica AbelFantagraphics historyFantagraphics BookstoreeventsDame Darcy 9 May 2014 12:42 PM

About the time I began working for Fantagraphics as marketing and promotions director, Peter Bagge ran a contest in the third issue of his wildly popular Hate comic book. "Win a Date With Stinky" urged female readers to "Send in one or more glamorful photos and/or drawings of yourself" and "Explain in 25 words or less why you're worthy of Stinky's affection." What self-respecting woman, I wondered, would enter a contest to win a date with a comic book character? Named Stinky? I was about to find out. I spent several months acting as Peter's unwitting accomplice on a series of surreptitious "Stinky Dates" that saw me playing Leonard the Love God opposite lovely and talented young artists like Jessica Abel and Dame Darcy. This buffoonery was documented in the pages of Hate, much to amusement of my wonderful wife, not to mention the fashionable alternative rock band Babes in Toyland. (Don't ask.)

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Like countless members of my generation, Peter Bagge's Hate was a funny and affectionate chronicle of my misspent youth. Beyond that, his work played a pivotal role in shaping the ideology of a youth movement that penetrated popular culture on a global scale. His comix have enriched our lives in ways we can only now begin to appreciate.

Buddy_Does_SeattleBuddy_Buys_Dump  

Join us in celebrating the many accomplishments of this incredibly gifted artist on Saturday, May 10 at Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery as we debut the latest, and perhaps final chapter of the Buddy Bradley story, Buddy Buys a Dump. The reception includes an exhibition of original comix pages, complimentary beverages, a book signing, and special musical performances by Kelli Frances Corrado and The Hinges. See you all at 6:00 PM on Saturday.

Peter Bagge Party at Fantagraphics Bookstore on May 10!
Written by Larry Reid | Filed under rockPeter BaggeFantagraphics Bookstoreeventsart shows 8 May 2014 1:38 AM

Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery Presents Peter Bagge

Join us at Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery this Saturday at 6:00 PM to celebrate the publication of Peter Bagge’s new book with a show of original drawings, book signing and live music. The evening also marks the 10th anniversary of our retail partner Georgetown Records.

Peter Bagge’s Hate has chronicled the misadventures of Buddy Bradley and his crew of lovable losers since the formative period of the grunge era. Buddy Buys a Dump contains the last nine issues of Hate Annual and completes the current story arc with a new twenty-page conclusion, many of them on display for the occasion.

Visitors to the bookstore are invariably greeted with a delightfully esoteric soundtrack courtesy of Georgetown Records. Over the course of the last decade, they’ve earned a reputation as one of the region’s premier purveyors of vintage vinyl specializing in punk, prog, goth, garage, psychedelic, international, and other rare recordings. Come celebrate their 10th anniversary with Peter Bagge and live music by Kelli Frances Corrado and The Hinges.

These events coincide with the festive Georgetown Art Attack featuring colorful visual and performing arts presentations throughout the historic neighborhood. Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery is located at 1201 S. Vale Street, just minutes south of downtown Seattle. Open daily 11:30 to 8:00 PM, Sundays until 5:00 PM. Phone 206.658.0110.

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