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Now: The New Comics Anthology #3

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The best deal in comics! The third issue of Now showcases a cover by acclaimed cartoonist Al Columbia (Pim & Francie) as well as more than 100 pages of all new short comics fiction by a host of established and up-and-coming talent from around the globe, including: Anna Haifisch (Germany), Marcello Quintanilha (Brazil), Ben Passmore (New Orleans), Anne Simon (France), Roberta Scomparsa (Italy), Keren Katz (Israel), Dash Shaw (Richmond, VA), Eleanor Davis (Athens, GA), Noah Van Sciver (Columbus, OH), José Ja Ja Ja (Spain), Nathan Cowdry (England), Jason T. Miles (Seattle, WA), and Nick Thorburn (Canada). Find out why Now is the most talked-about comics anthology in years. 

Pages:
120
Colors:
full color
Format:
Softcover
Dimensions:
7.125" x 10.25"
ISBN-13:
978-1-68396-099-7
Year:
2018

Press Highlights:

"Editor Eric Reynolds has assembled a group of cartoonists who are fiercely confident in their unique approaches to comic book storytelling." — The A.V. Club

"Now, with its well-chosen mix of already-established 'regulars' and comparatively new faces, consistently provides readers with compelling, challenging, intelligent material that leaves preconceptions in the dust and demands rigorous examination." — Four Color Apocalypse

   

The best deal in comics! The third issue of Now showcases a cover by acclaimed cartoonist Al Columbia (Pim & Francie) as well as more than 100 pages of all new short comics fiction by a host of established and up-and-coming talent from around the globe, including: Anna Haifisch (Germany), Marcello Quintanilha (Brazil), Ben Passmore (New Orleans), Anne Simon (France), Roberta Scomparsa (Italy), Keren Katz (Israel), Dash Shaw (Richmond, VA), Eleanor Davis (Athens, GA), Noah Van Sciver (Columbus, OH), José Ja Ja Ja (Spain), Nathan Cowdry (England), Jason T. Miles (Seattle, WA), and Nick Thorburn (Canada). Find out why Now is the most talked-about comics anthology in years. 

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