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Ho Che Anderson
Ho Che Anderson has perfected a film-noir style in his Fantagraphics graphic novels King and Young Hoods in Love, as well as the Eros Comix masterpiece I Want to Be Your Dog. In his series Pop Life (co-created with Wilfred Santiago), Anderson refined his noirish approach to reflect his more recent European influences in this series of urban Toronto life.
"Anderson uses a film noir style, with a Wellesian mastery of shadows and moods." – Vibe
A spectacular anniversary issue featuring intergenerational dialogues between the cream of the cartooning biz: Huizenga/Spiegelman, Sally/Hernandez, Shaw/Mazzucchelli, Rall/Bors, Borgman/Knight, Menu/Harkham, Chaykin/Anderson, Quitely/Gibbons & many more. Product Details...
Focus on manga and Vaughn Bodé, plus an essay on Milt Gross by Bill Blackbeard. The comix section's theme this volume is "Seduction," featuring Bill Griffith, Gilbert Hernandez, Jaime Hernandez, Peter Kuper, Arnold Roth, and many others. Product Details...
This lush, in-depth volume focuses on William Stout, James Thurber, seminal British indy-comix magazine Escape, critical appreciations of Lynda Barry, Tom Hart, Michael Kaluta, and more, and a 70-page comics section on "patriotism." Product Details...
Ho Che Anderson Gritty urban tales starring a teenager on the cusp of discovering sex, a musician torn between two women, a prostitute searching for the love of her short life, a woman on a murder spree, and criminals planning a heist. Product Details...
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