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Pietrolino

It’s the kind of Jodorowsky book you could show your mother, or a priest, or even a little girl, his equivalent of The Straight Story. Continue reading

 
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Good Dog

Good Dog is an engaging, beautifully drawn, heartfelt story, even if you leave the doggie angle out altogether. But why would you? Continue reading

 
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Paul Joins the Scouts

If you’ve enjoyed any (or all) of Michel Rabagliati’s previous graphic novels, you’ll love Paul Joins the Scouts, a French-to-English translation of Rabagliati’s Paul au Parc (2011) recently released by Conundrum Press. Continue reading

 
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White Clay

Herpich’s work has matured and become more restrained while still hitting on similar themes and imagery: fantasy worlds, grim journeys, bad choices, and characters battling against their fate. Continue reading

 
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The Understanding Monster

In The Understanding Monster, artist savant Theo Ellsworth takes the ideas and images found in his excellent graphic novel debut, Capacity , to an even more audacious and hallucinatory level. Continue reading

 
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Songs of the Abyss

Eamon Espey is one of the more remarkable, singular cartoonists to come along in the last decade. Continue reading

 
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My Dirty Dumb Eyes

It’s not so much that her eyes are dumb and dirty, but rather that it’s a dumb and dirty world. Continue reading

 
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Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life

The Austrian cartoonist and online publisher relates her wild true travel adventures as a 17-year-old punk rock girl hitchhiking her way across Italy in the summer of 1984. Continue reading