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Tag Archives: Evan Dorkin
Ever since I came across his work in Instant Piano in the mid-90s, I’ve had a sweet spot for the frantic, neurotic narrative style used by Evan Dorkin, a style that is only matched by his frenetic tendency to fill … Continue reading
In 2001 people in the know thought it would be a good idea to do an animated version of Evan Dorkin’s quintesentially nineties dorkdom comic, The Eltingville Club (I’m using the shortened name from the collected edition). Even though the … Continue reading
About twenty years ago, I thought Evan Dorkin‘s special brand of humor was the bee’s knees. I still like it, but the combination of high-octane in-your-faceness and sugar-rush non-sequiturs gets a little tiring in the end. For a while now, … Continue reading
Evan Dorkin is still working on a new Milk And Cheese, but it takes a while (as could be expected with dairy products).
Evan Dorkin kicks ass in Heeb Magazine. Shalom ! (via Ryan at Second Verse)
Evan Dorkin has provided the cover illustration for I Love You, Beth Cooper, Larry Doyle’s new novel that seems to be “in development” for a Chris Columbus movie. There’s reviews for the novel aplenty, but what I particularly like, are … Continue reading