The Oscar-winning animation director and jazz fan Gene Deitch drew cartoons & illustrated covers for Record Changer magazine from 1945-51, all collected in this stunning book. $35.00 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Ivan is a good dog — if only someone would notice. Chaffee combines illustrative gravitas with cartooning verve for a richly textured, dog’s-eye view of the world. $16.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
In junior high, friendships develop into the complex, tense relationships of adolescence — and it's even more complicated when coping with the knotty issue of gender identification. $19.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
A year's worth of prize Crumb, including the second issue of Zap!, Angelfood McSpade, Mr. Natural, a long Fritz story, an alternate version of the Cheap Thrills album cover, and more! $19.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Three short stories exploring varied dystopias, from a Sherlock Holmes-style investigator who must go back to high school to filmed "voluntary" nudity to a prison full of jaded children. $3.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Spooky doings at Scrooge's ancestral castle! Donald as a Wild West deputy! The rare "In Darkest Africa"! Plus a space race, the nephews vs. education, and more Carl Barks classics. $28.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Back-ups from Hate and other strips from one of America's funniest cartoonists, including collaborations with Clowes, Crumb, the Hernandez bros., Moore, Ryan, Tomine & more! $19.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
Finally completed, Vol. 2 of Linda Medley's witty and sublimely drawn fantasy deepens the story with flashbacks, unexpected visitors, the discovery of a secret passageway and more. $29.99 • Add to Cart • More Info & Previews
This shouldn't come as news to too many folks, but I don't recall seeing it flogged before, so what the hell: the latest issue of THE PARIS REVIEW includes a very long interview with R. Crumb. It's kind of a layman's interview, covering a lot of well trodden ground, but it's lengthy and satisfying. You need to buy the print version for the full read.
Lastly, the photo in this post is a detail I nabbed from Facebook friend John Heneghan's photos, taken of Crumb recently in the south of France. The man looks GOOD, right? John has quite a few amazing pics of playing music with Crumb and hanging out with him, Gilbert Shelton and Robert Armstrong. Lucky guy.
Hip Hop Family Tree [Pre-Order] Ed Piskor Yes yes y'all! This explosively entertaining, encyclopedic history will school you on the old school, taking you back to the early days of the music genre that changed global culture.
Kafka [New Printing Pre-Order] Robert Crumb & David Zane Mairowitz This brief but inclusive biography of Franz Kafka and summary of many of his works, all illustrated by Crumb, helps us understand the essence of Kafka and provide insight beyond the cliche "Kafkaesque."
Fran [Pre-Order] Jim Woodring What is to become of the beloved trilobular chuckbuster Frank now that he has journeyed outside the Unifactor and met his soulmate, Fran? The answer is delivered here in devastatingly unpredictable fashion.
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