Comics history artifact

I found this leaflet (click for the complete version) in an early issue of Seth‘s Palookaville. I like the way Black Eye and Drawn And Quarterly at that time tried to cross-market their respective titles, only to completely merge a couple of years later.

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1 Response to Comics history artifact

  1. michel says:

    Actually, Black Eye and D&Q didn’t merge. When I stopped publishing, D&Q picked up a number of the artists I had been publishing. The company’s been specializing in publication design since then.

    Hope you enjoyed the issue of Pickle!



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