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✨✧ Bob CallahanNew Smithsonian Book Of Comic Book Stories – From Crumb To Clowes (hardcover) ... Book
Smithsonian, 2004. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A great overview of the best of the best of comics in the 20th century – with work that ranges from mainstream Marvel classics to some real gems from the underground! Stories include superhero adventures, hippy dippy underground tales, and very personal autobiographical material – with full contributions from talents who include Chris Ware, Lynda Barry, Ben Katchor, Frank Miller, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Daniel Clowes, David Mazzucchelli, Eddie Campbell, Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, Rick Geary, Will Eisner, Charles Burns, Gary Panter, Art Spiegelman, Harvey Pekar (with Robert Crumb), Robert Crumb, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Kim Deitch, Joe Sacco, Jaime Hernandez, and others. Most artwork is in black and white, but very well-printed – and book is hardcover, heavy, and almost 400 pages long! Book

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✨✧ McSweeney'sMcSweeneys Issue 27 ... Book
McSweeneys, 2008. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
One of the coolest issues of McSweeney's to date – a special slipcover that features three different books inside! Our favorite is Autophobia – a sketchbook by Art Spiegelman that's a great change from some of his higher-concept projects – not only a great way to see his talents evolve in action, but also work with a much more free-floating sense of connection – like his earlier underground comix material! A second book is Lots Of Things Like This – which features graphic art from William Steig, Saul Steinberg, Roy Art Lodge, Leonard Cohen, David Mamet, Joe Brainard, Raymond Pettibon, David Shrigley, and many others. And the last book is the main one – with fiction by Ashlee Adams, Liz Mandrell, Mikel Jollett, Stephen King, and Larry Smith. A really great package – and proof again that McSweeney's is one of the most inventive presses around! Book

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