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Charlie Gower pointed me to yet another great animation by Chris Ware from the excellent radio programme , This American Life, which you really should listen to.
The October 11 issue of the New Yorker magazine features a wonderful cover by Chris Ware, which leads on to an exclusive 2 page strip inside. I’m always amazed how Ware manages to add levels of meaning, making his work … Continue reading
Presspop announced a new Japanese Jimmy Corrigan edition a couple of weeks ago, which comes as three volumes in a slipcase. The slipcase itself features a new short strop that Ware created especially for this edition. (via Someware, via Entrecomics, … Continue reading
Dutch publisher and purveyor of fine collector’s items, Griffioen Grafiek, just posted their newsletter for the summer, and there’s a lot of goodies to be found for the lovers of fine comic art. One is a cyclee print of a … Continue reading
In 1987, Chris Ware published a collection of his Daily Texan strips as Floyd Farland, Citizen of the Future (Eclipse). The cover of that book was done in a style that, to put it mildly, is not what you would … Continue reading
This week’s New Yorker sports a cover by Chris Ware that serves as an encouragement or warning for all young literary hopefuls. Or for everyone of us, since this new work is yet another illustration of that great Warean adagio, … Continue reading