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Hours after the posting, comic book fans began noticing that the work bore a significant resemblance to Daniel Clowes' 2007 piece "Justin M...Not only was it the same idea unhappy film critic LaBeouf's film opened with a voice-over that is a word-for-
November 7, 2013 Graphic novel imprint Fantagraphics has l aunched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $150,000 by Dec...The company's finances were put in jeopardy last summer, following the death of publisher Kim Thompson. Thirteen books planned for
A way to keep up with Seattle theaters, concert halls, galleries, museums and other fine-arts events...Fantagraphics, the Seattle-based, world-renowned publisher of comics and graphic novels, has posted a plea on its website for Kickstarter funds to
Duct-taped dog Gun initiatives firefight Legal hashish? Posted by Nick Provenza Dog's mouth taped shut : A man in Gig Harbor has been charged with animal cruelty, accused of duct-taping the mouth of his son's dog to stop it from barking.
Fantagraphics announced Thompson's death Wednesday, four months after he was diagnosed with lung cancer...Fantagraphics Books has been publishing alternative comics and graphic novels since 1976. Many of its titles are some of the best known among
Justin Hall took the 2013 Lambda Award for Best Anthology yesterday with his groundbreaking historical queer comics survey No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics (Fantagraphics Books)...This is a validation of a tremendous amount of work,
David Lasky The artist and co-author of Don't Forget This Song will participate in a day devoted to graphic novels with other graphic artists, including Seattle's Ellen Forney, starting at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Seattle Design Center, with
The strips from 1951-52 collected in Fantagraphics' second volume of "Pogo" are where Kelly's political satire begins to bite. In 1952, Pogo stood as a reluctant presidential candidate, his campaign slogan (not that he campaigned) "I Go Pogo," a
Heartbreak and flashes of hope illuminate even the tiniest of panels. The Art of Daniel Clowes: Modern Cartoonist, edited by Alvin Buenaventura (Abrams; 224 pages; $40)...A Comic Drama, by Alison Bechdel ( Houghton Mifflin Harcourt ; 290 pages; $22).
And the publisher is Fantagraphics , arguably the top name in bound comics. Hip Hop Family Tree , which premiered in January on boingboing.net , tells the story of hip hop starting with its roots in the Bronx, in the 1970s, and seminal figures like