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The Long Journey

  This comic at The Bouletcorp is notable for being all sorts of awesome, and also for the neat-o looong format. (h/t sci-ence)

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Pandyland random comic generator

what it says on the tin

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Weekend Crash Course to Kool NYC (c. 1995)

Austin Hughes’s four-page micro-zine about stuff to do and see in NYC, made (as far as I remember) for a visiting younger cousin of a friend or something. Dojo’s entry mentions “Susan and Andrew,” who must have been the visitor’s host. Anyhow it’s funny and an interesting roundup of the City in the mid-nineties, at […]

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Sh*t From an Old Notebook #1. Includes several Beekeeper cover ideas from 1995 NYC. Now available in SE Portland in the IPRC Zine Machine.

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Visiting David Lasky’s studio

David was kind enough to show me his studio yesterday. The endpapers of the lengthy Carter Family book being inked, the inky inkwell, alternate coloring plan, pen nib tests, and more. Thanks, David!

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“Contact” by Harvey Kurtzman

Rrowr, rrrrummmm, zzzeeoosh, whomp, clank, pow

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It’s Great to be Alive!

This old safety manual over at retronaut could also be called There are many ways to die, kids. (via Mad Art Lab)

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Don’t Forget This Song

For the past three years David Lasky and Frank Young have been working hard on a comic [aka graphic novel, not “funny”] history of the Carter Family. Sounds like it’ll come out with Abrams in this winter or Spring 2012. I find something a bit Gasoline Alley about Lasky‘s style this time (he’s a master […]

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A Dainty Carpet Sweeper

Sarah McIntyre came all the way from London to flog her comics at Stumptown Comics Fest last weekend. She does some funny stuff, and is in fact funny in person too. Go figure.

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His Face All Red

A beautiful comic-fable by Emily Carroll, winner of several awards at this years Stumptown Comics convention. You can read it online.

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