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Everything is Teeth, Evie Wyld, Joe Sumner, Jonathan Cape Evie Wyld’s name may already be familiar to a number of you, as she has already carved out a spot for herself in the hugely respected...

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This October sees the publication of the autobiography of one of our most beloved figures in the entire comics biz, Stan the man Lee, with, as is his wont, a very modestly titled book, Amazing...

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We’ve blogged a little before about Once Upon a Time in Morningside, the autobiographical brainchild of good chum of the blog Sean Michael Wilson (see here for a wee look). Based on Sean’s own childhood growing...

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Review: Age Of License

November 19, 2014 | 1 Comments

An Age Of License By Lucy Knisley Fantagraphics “2011 was a year of travel! Through coincidence, work, and luck, I was offered opportunities to take trips. I took as many as possible. Recovering from heartbreak,...

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Upcoming: Once Upon a Time in Morningside

June 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sean Michael Wilson, Scottish comics creator now resident in Japan, drops us a line about a new, autobiographical comic he’s been working on with artist Hanna Strömberg, based on his own childhood in Morningside, an...

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Reviews: a Matter of Life

April 14, 2014 | 1 Comments

A Matter of Life, Jeffrey Brown, Top Shelf American cartoonist Jeff Brown has been a bit of a favourite with many of us here for several years. In recent years he’s expanded his audience with...

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Reviews: Couch Tag

February 20, 2014 | 1 Comments

Couch Tag, Jesse Reklaw, Fantagraphics Jesse Reklaw’s first full-length work is one of those books that may easily have slipped out under your reading radar, released just before Christmas when we were all busy with...

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Our chums at Soaring Penguin Press are excited about a new comics talent they have signed up from South Africa, Willem Samuel, with Mengelmoes (an Afrikans term meaning something along the lines of ‘mixed up’...

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We’ve been following Katie Green‘s work for a good while here on the blog, and her major new work, the autobiographical Lighter Than My Shadow has been on the Must Read list for most of...

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Mo Makes Comics

May 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Zach Lyons has posted up an interesting short film featuring Mo from Mo Makes Comics, discussing her autobiographical journal comics and how she often uses her art to help her deal with life and her...

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