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Blind Date with a Book 2015
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under office funmiscellanyinternsfashion 13 Feb 2015 11:34 AM

blind date
What started out as a really cute way for libraries to get patrons to check out books sight-unseen has turned into a pop quiz for Fanta employees about our books. See a description of a book you like? Try to figure out what it is and then click on the link, order it and fall in love. 

"Pretty....gross; loves brand names, make-up and hairspray!; Sometimes desperate but in a totally good way."

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"Leads a double life; likes mind-bending experiences; occasional non-verbal spells."

"Has had a lot of schoolin'; owns a very small business; into medically-supervised lucid dreaming."  
grass
"Frustrated & looking to connect; loves travel; into seniors"

"Has a kid....in a long term thing, looking to stray/play; likes pizza but mostly booze; loves...well..."
NTY
"Livin' the alternative lifestyle; interested in pulp fiction, campy sci-fi; prone to strange, surrealist, 50's style nightmares!"

Too tame? Consider the next few books like the back of your favorite alt-weekly newspaper!cones
"The hairier the better! Into ropes; boots...hmmm"; very spreadable"
mug 
"Enjoys listening to Rush Limbaugh; comics enthusiast; just trying to make a buck"
hearts
"Loves a good sword fight; Enjoys the feel of CHAIMAILLE against skin; Enthusiastic horseback rider" 

"Hopeless, Optimistic Romantic; Has a dog"
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"Likes to drink; been described as 'steampunk' or 'neo-victorian'; into hanging out with my winged friend"

"Very competative; good with my tongue; hates traveling!"

Too easy? We've mixed in a few books you HAVEN'T read yet since they are about to come out!
cat
"Looking for love in the big city; into Morrissey + kittens; a romantic"
window
"Warm & fuzzy; a little bit lost (but looking); currently on a BIG adventure"

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"Into women's rights; non-judgemental; doesn't want kids"

"Suffering from writer's block; prone to fantasies; world traveler"  
Thanks to interns Rosie Lockie + Will Rhodes for their help; plus RJ Casey, Kim Rost and Marc Palm. Want more? Try out the Blind Date with a Book from 2013. And YES, that biscuit and gravy was from the amazing Morsel


























Destiny City Comics opens in Tacoma
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under internsField Tripeventsart 30 Sep 2014 11:55 AM

Destiny Comics
We love all our interns, hell we've hired more than a few like Eric Reynolds, Kristy Valenti and Anna Pederson. But some move on and spread the magic to other parts of the country. Michael Fitzgerald fits into the category as on Wednesday, October 1st, he is opening up a NEW comics store in Tacoma, Washington called Destiny City Comics.

Right next door to King's Books on St. Helens Avenue, Destiny City Comics will offer the latest in comics, acclaimed graphic novels, and works by local creators. On opening day, comics like Thor #1 will be available, a new series by Marvel featuring a female Thor. There will also be a choice collection of graphic novels like Batman: the Long Halloween, the Walking Dead, and Guardians of the Galaxy. Plus, works by local cartoonists like members of the C.L.A.W. (Cartoonist's League of Absurd Washingtonians) and some fabulous Fantagraphics titles.

"King's Books is terribly excited to have a comic book store as a neighbor," says bookstore owner sweet pea Flaherty. "For years we have had both a Graphic Novel Book Club and hosted C.L.A.W., so it's a natural fit for the space. Destiny City Comics will enhance the literary landscape by offering variety of comic art forms that will bring more appreciation for the craft to Tacoma."

To make it easier for customers to enjoy even more books, Destiny City will offer 15% off all graphic novels every day and a subscription service featuring a sliding scale discount. Here's a sneak peak inside the store Michael gave us while setting up)display
Destiny City Comics' opening will include a Halloween ComicFest party on October 25. This event will feature an assortment of free comics, including the popular Afterlife with Archie, Scooby Doo Meets Batman, Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars, and more.

As a member of the creative enterprise cohort with Spaceworks Tacoma, Fitzgerald evolved the concept of Destiny City Comics from a rough idea to a solid plan and we look forward to seeing it thrive. Destiny City Comics will be open for business Wednesday, October 1. More information about the store can be found at destinycitycomics.com. 

Destiny City Comics

 

Run down on Marathon at Fantagraphics Bookstore
Written by Larry Reid | Filed under rockPeter BaggeinternsFantagraphics Bookstoreeventsart shows 8 Nov 2013 12:30 PM

Visitors to Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery on Saturday are in for a treat. Among the many highlights of Marathon: A Short Run Art Show are neo-deco delights from Peter and Maria Hoey of Coin-Op press. Equal parts Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Winsor McCay, and Chris Ware, these comix, flipbooks and fine art prints are wondrous beyond words. You have got to come see this show.

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Arrive early as hometown hero Peter Bagge signs copies of the fantastic new edition of Everybody is Stupid Except For Me as well as other recent publications from 6:00 to 7:00 PM. Then stay late for a set at 8:00 by Tummy featuring our lovely and talented intern Lillian Morlock. All this and the festive Georgetown Art Attack with action all over the neighborhood! See you then. 

Everybody is Stupid 

Stumptown Photos
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Ulli LustTom KaczynskiSpain RodriguezPatrick RosenkranzLove and RocketsJulia GfrörerinternsGilbert HernandezDash Shaw 8 May 2013 11:28 AM

New School everywhere

Holy comicsolly! Here's photos from the Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, OR. Dash Shaw was in attendance with New School, which flew off the table. WHY THE WAIT on pictures? We forgot our own con rules. To remain human you must 5-2-1-I: At least 5 hours of sleep, 2 meals a day, 1 shower and Ibuprofen at night. Four hours of sleep one night wrecked this gal and boy, did she pay for it.

Lots of our Fantastaff came to the show since it was so close! Me, Designer Emory Liu, PR Director Jacq Cohen, Dash and Office Manager Steph Rivers.

Fanta Staff

Table service: Dash Shaw signs the fore pages of Bottomless Belly Button

Stumptown Dash Shaw

Patrick Rosenkranz held some long, lovely conversations with fans of comics history and his book Rebel Visions. Patrick also led a Spain Rodriguez tribute panel, if you can ever take a class by him bring a recorder!

Patrick Rosenkranz

Dash talks to fans, cartoonists and the awesome Ming Doyle (who is both).

Ming and Dash

Obligatory "WE LOVE THESE BOOKS" shot, I'm holdin' Julio's Day by Gilbert Hernandez, Jacq is rockin' Ulli Lust's Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life.

Stumptown

Talking comics and Fantagraphics with Julia Gfrörer (Black is the Color coming out in September), Patrick Rosenkranz and Dash.

Friends

Jacq sells Love and Rockets.

Jacq and Rockets

This cutie was all about the Carl Barks' Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge books.

Babies and Barks

Portland is awesome because there are cartoonists everywhere. And by everywhere I mean at bars or restaurants. We ran in to Greg Means, Alec Longstreth and Claire Sanders at the Red Flag on the way to the Top Shelf party.

Portland

Having the warehouse van proved useful driving home slightly drinky cartoonists. James Kochalka, Rachel Foss and Dash Shaw hold court in the back. 

Back of the van

ACCESSORIES. We saw quite a bit. Ed Luce rocked some additional tags.
Ed Luce

Dash signed the Stumptown sketch poster HIS WAY.

Dash poster

Patrick Yurick had the best NEW comics-related tattoo. It even has the Wattersonesque dropped panel borders for that comic beat.

Patrick Yurick

Speaking of PANELS: Dash tickled the audience with this animation and comic panel. He's got comedic timing DOWN.

Dash Shaw

Here I am looking goofy alongside some of the smarter people in comics on a submissions panel: Allison Baker of MonkeyBrain Comics, Jamie S. Rich (talking about old Oni days), Bob Schreck and Sina Grace of Image and Skybound. Panel photo by Glenn Peters.

Stumptown panel

Our Kristy Valenti, Patrick Rosenkranz and Tom Spurgeon gave a beautiful Spain Rodriguez tribute panel. Photo by someone who still rocks a flash.

Spain panel

Book Appreciation! James Kochalka is a Jim Woodring fan!

James Kochalka and Jim Woodring

Karl Stevens ooohhs and aaaahhs over Dash Shaw's New School.

Karl Stevens and New School

Dark Horse's Brendan Wright caught Bark-handed!

Brendan Wright and Carl Barks

INTERN POWER. We had several interns tabling with their own comics. Low-res intern Kevin Uehlein and Ben Horak on the edges of a beautiful comics table, Beth Hetland and Pat Barrett in the middle. Ben's shy so all you get is his sideburns.

Interns

Intern Nomi Kane and her comic spread. The Back of Ben Horak.

Nomi Kane

Dead dog after dinner at Hungry Tiger Too with Dash Shaw, Bayard Baudoin, Tom Neely, Zack Soto, Benjamin Marra and his lovely lady.

Dead dog

Tom Kaczynski gets goofy when others aren't watching.

Tom and Dash

Thanks for coming out! Olan Mills family photo by Joshin Yamada with me, Dash, Jacq and Tom Kaczynski of Beta Testing the Apocalypse.

Stumptown

Comix Art Saturates Seattle
Written by Larry Reid | Filed under staffPopeyeNancyJim WoodringinternsFantagraphics BookstoreeventsCamille Rose Garciaart shows 10 Jan 2013 2:13 PM

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Seattle is once again the center of the alternative comix universe with shows opening all over town this weekend. On Friday, January 11 at Roq la Rue from 6:00 to 9:00 PM is the post-apocalyptic group show "I'll Love You Til The End Of The World" featuring Fantagraphics favorites Camille Rose Garcia and Scott Musgrove. The same evening you'll find "Friends" at Cairo, featuring Intruder artists Max Clotfelter, Darin Shuler, Aidan Fitzgerald, Tom Van Deusen, Marc J. Palm, David Lasky, Nikki Burch, Ben Horak, Jason T. Miles, Tim Miller, James Stranton, Kazimir Strzepek and Alexa Kristine Koenings. (The future of alternative comix now.)

JohnO_poster 

The comix action moves to Georgetown on Saturday evening, with a show of "Paintoons" by John Ohannesian at the One Night Stand Gallery (located directly above Fantagraphics Bookstore.) John has been busy in recent months as a Fantagraphics freelancer faithfully restoring classic strips like Nancy, Buz Sawyer, and Popeye for your reading pleasure. It'll be interesting to see how this exercise informs his cartoon paintings. Across the street at LxWxH Gallery is Bette Burgoyne's "Forest," a 30-foot narrative scroll drawing. And, of course, don't miss the Problematic reception with Jim Woodring at our bookstore. Lots of great surprises await.

Waffle Days are back!
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under staffoffice funinterns 28 Sep 2012 2:08 PM

Waffle by Steph

Waffle days are BACK at Fantagraphics thanks to a hearty group of staffers: Stephanie, Jacq, Kristy, Steph O. and Jen. The waffles proceeded, of course, a staff meeting because we like our sweet AND sour here.

 Ian

Featuring delicious chicken and some heart-shaped vegan waffles, we chowed down with the regular condiments too like Nutella, peanut butter, fruit, whipped cream and good ol' Vermont maple syrup. Ian nibbles in anticipation of that perfect golden brown waffle.

Emory and Tony

Emory and Tony talk turkey (bacon).

Jen Vaughn and Jacq Cohen

Grillmasters Jen and Jacq.

 Nomi

Interns were not locked in the basement as per our usual when free food is around so they frolicked wielding doughy forks and wearing happy grins. WAFFLES ARE BACK.

(Beautiful waffle pic by Steph Haynes. There is no grunge appropriate Instagram filter, yet.) 

Happy Birthday, Ernie Bushmiller!
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under tattoosNancyinternsErnie Bushmiller 23 Aug 2012 4:06 PM

 

Ernie Bushmiller photo

Creator of the seminal NANCY comic strip in addition to Fritzi Ritz, Ernie Bushmiller would have been 107 today. A truly 'algebraic' comic, the oddly yet perfectly balanced strip was and still is hugely popular with comic strip readers despite its squat protagonist and cornball comedy. A cartoonist who rarely took a day off, Bushmiller inspired generations of future cartoonists and Fantagraphics is proud to reprint the strips. As Tom Spurgeon was so nice to point out, when Fantagraphics was located in Stamford, Connecticut, our neighbor WAS Ernie Bushmiller! Celebrate the love of Bushmiller and read some Nancy today. The strip below was reformatted to fit the blog.

Nancy strip

But why stop at reading Nancy in appreciation of Bushmiller, you could also a Nancy tattoo! OSU Librarian Caitlin McGurk sports Nancy's head while cartoonist and Fantagraphics intern Ben Horak flexes a Sluggo tattoo. But we're still looking for the elusive 'three rocks' tattoo. Happy Birthday, Mr. Bushmiller.

 Caitlin McGurk's calf tat

Ben Horak's leg tat

Friday Follies
Written by Kristy Valenti | Filed under Robert Crumboffice funinterns 27 Apr 2012 11:37 AM

Interns Anna and Madisen model the latest in temporary tat fashion, courtesy of the desk drawer.

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The Fantagraphics Map/Staff Field Guide
Written by Kristy Valenti | Filed under staffinternsbehind the scene 1 Nov 2010 4:51 PM

Fantagraphics Map / Staff Field Guide
(Click to enlarge)

This "Handy Fantagraphics Map/Staff Field Guide" was created by Chi-Wen Lee and Andrew Davis to help future interns: it dates roughly back to the third week of October, where it originated over a bubble tea-fueled discussion about Lucky in Love, how awesome the Fantagraphics people are, the awesomeness of Seattle, the mysterious stairway that leads to the upstairs apartment, how hard it is to remember everyone's names, and Pinocchio with a gun. Yes, in that order. 

Fanta's Own Burns and Allen
Written by Kristy Valenti | Filed under interns 28 Apr 2010 12:34 PM

Interns Ian Burns and Jenna Allen en route to Stumptown Comics Fest:

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