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Mome Vol. 12 - Fall 2008

Details for this: Book
Author: various artists; edited by Gary Groth and Eric Reynolds
Format: Softcover
Pages: 120
Dimensions: 7" x 9"
Colors: color/b&w
Year: 2008
Publisher: Fantagraphics
ISBN-10: n/a
ISBN-13: 978-1-56097-930-2
Additional Details: n/a

Price: $14.99


Order this volume as part of the Mome Vol. 11-15 Five-Pack, the Mome Vol. 6-15 Mega-Bundle, or the Mome Vol. 11-20 Mega-Bundle for a great discounted price!

Appearing in MOME 12: Cover art and debut story by European master Olivier Schrauwen, who contributes the hilarious "Hair Types." David B. is back with "The Drum Who Fell In Love," while MOME #11 cover boy Killoffer gives us "Dirty Family Laundry." Nate Neal deconstructs the genres of indie comix in "Reality Comics Quartet," while Dash Shaw delivers another full-color gem titled "Train." Tom Kaczynski presents a suite of strips detailing the history of noise, while newcomer Jon Vermilyea introduces the creepy funny "Breakfast Crew." Plus, more Killoffer, Ray Fenwick, Sophie Crumb, and the great Al Columbia. On top of all this, we have newcomers Derek Van Gieson and Sara Edward-Corbett, as well as an illustrated prose short story by Paul Hornschemeier. Our most dense issue yet!

We are pleased to announce that Olivier Schrauwen's story has been selected for inclusion in The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2009.

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"Maybe the best issue of the anthology yet, with compelling work... and not an outright dud from anyone." – The Comics Reporter

Links to Reviews and Features

More Online Reviews:
Book By Its Cover

2008 Critics' Lists:
Rob Clough, "My Top 50 Comics of the Year" (#29)
comiXology, "Best Comics of 2008" (#21)
Daily Vanguard, "Top 10 Graphic Novels and Comics of 2008" (#5)
• Jog - The Blog, "Twenty 'Hot Ones' from 2008" (#18)
• Jesse Reklaw at The Daily Cross Hatch (#5 - includes Vol. 10-11)
Marc Sobel ("the comics of Dash Shaw in Mome," #4)
• Douglas Wolk at The Daily Cross Hatch (#3)

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