Daniel Clowes’ Patience is the work of a master of the form in his prime.
This December, Slave Labor Graphics will be publishing Gerry Alanguilan’s latest graphic novel, Where Bold Stars Go to Die.
Jonathan Baylis has relaunched his website www.sobuttons.com, to celebrate the release of So Buttons #5, his autobiographical anthology series in which, much like the work of Harvey Pekar, different artists illustrate Baylis’s everyday musings, struggles and anecdotes.
In the age of the internet when most artists rely on online sales to promote, or a rare decent paying, steady gig at a big company to pay the bills, Sean Dietrich is going against the grain with a six month, 10,000 mile U.S. Live Art Tour starting Aug 1st to promote several new books, including a brand new kid’s book ‘The Fruits of Our Labor’, and introduce thousands of new people to his own special brand of live art.
When Ted Rall decided that the media wasn’t giving him the full story on the situation in Afghanistan, he took a page out of Joe Sacco’s Palestine and set off to report from his first hand experiences. The result of that 2001 journey was To Afghanistan & Back. The book is reportedly considered to have […]
McSweeney’s Press have reissued Justin Green’s 1972 comic book Binky Brown Meets the Holy Virgin Mary. Often cited as the first long autobiographical work to appear in underground comics, Binky Brown chronicles Green’s Catholic upbringing and adolescent battles with his burgeoning obsessions and neuroses. For many years the influential work has been out of print, […]