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Brian Ralph: Day 3

Brian Ralph is the cartoonist of the Fall 2011 graphic novel, Daybreak, published by Drawn & Quarterly, and the cult classics Cave-In (Highwater) and the self-published Climbing Out. He is a former contributor to Giant Robot and presently is a Professor of Sequential Art at SCAD.

 

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6 Responses to Brian Ralph: Day 3

  1. Does the “12″ represent the length or the circumference?

  2. Tom Spurgeon says:

    It’s how many times Brian’s penis has been defeated by the Avengers.

  3. Frank Reade (@freade) says:

    This is my first exposure to Brian Ralph’s work and I gotta say … I absolutely love everything about it. From the rough, energetic pencils to the one-off jokes.

    The thing that’s really grabbing me is his willingness to position himself as selfish and socially inept in an oddly aggressive way. Parts of that might be de rigeur for independent comics (at least the socially inept part), but there’s an angle on this that I’m finding pretty fresh and appealing.

    I hope this turns into some kind of regular contribution.

  4. ant says:

    I totally agree with Mr. Reade. I need to acquaint myself better with Mr. Ralph’s comics.

  5. Duncan says:

    I’m surprised that it took 3 days to get to the dick jokes.

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