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News, Views and Oddities #11

January 24, 2013 | 1 Comments

News, Views and Oddities, where we link to various bits and bobs which have grabbed our attention, encompassing comics, books, illustration, design and film. Clicking fingers at the ready. Guys, guys, it’s almost Friday, which...

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Big Questions answered….

April 13, 2012 | 2 Comments

Big Questions By Anders Nilsen Drawn And Quarterly Anders Nilsen wants to talk about the big questions; life, death, philosophy, day to day existence, why we’re here and why we do what we do. But...

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Okay the, not new, not new at all. In fact rather old. How old? Old enough that it was one of those comics that first made me realise that there was something in all those...

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The Klondike By Zach Worton Drawn & Quarterly It’s the 1890s, and we’re in the Yukon, at the time of the biggest gold rush in American history, where everyone, no matter who they were, no...

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Nogoodniks – am I missing something?

November 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

Nogoodniks By Adrian Norvid Drawn & Quarterly Nogoodnik: n. A worthless, disreputable, or malicious person Another one of those Petits Livres books from Drawn & Quarterly, that really haven’t done that much for me in...

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Constructive Abandonment by Michael Dumontier and Neil Farber Drawn & Quarterly From the afterword by Cino Zucchi: “Icons cannot speak. Texts cannot see. They just stay close, touch, feel. Sometimes they don’t match, or don’t...

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Indoor Voice – a lovely sketch blog in print.

December 9, 2010 | 0 Comments

Indoor Voice By Jillian Tamaki Drawn & Quarterly Indoor Voice is another in D&Q’s series they call Petit Livre, and I’ve previously looked at works by Sonj Ahlers (The Selves), Seth Scrivner (Stooge Pile), Amy Lockhart (Dirty...

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Market Day by James Sturm Drawn And Quarterly In James Sturm’s quiet melodrama, he captures the exact moment of a revolution occuring. Not a revolution of violence or civil unrest, but a revolution of change,...

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Black Blizzard by Yoshihiro Tatsumi Drawn & Quarterly Black Blizzard has done so much more to convince me of the man’s genius than the flawed A Drifting Life ever did. I found myself reading Black...

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Map Of My Heart by John Porcellino Drawn & Quarterly This was my first exposure to John Pocellino, after years of hearing about his work and the profound impact it has upon his dedicated readers....

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