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Tag Archives: Peter Bagge
One Bagge leads to another, it would seem. In June, 2016 Reason magazine published a four-page strip in which Peter Bagge reported on a recent trip to Cuba, a “part fact finding mission, part plain ol’ vacation tour. He called it … Continue reading
Over on Vice, a nice little set of one-page strips by Peter Bagge is cleverly hidden away, narrating some of the finest anecdotes in pop music history. Feauturing luminaries like The Who, Bob Dylan or Prince, who cares if they’re … Continue reading
This week, the Seattle Weekly covers Fantagraphics Books in its Bumbershoot 2013 column, and Peter Bagge provided the cover to the issue and an illustration for the column. (illustrations © Sound Publishing, Inc. – found via Peggy)
Alongside the IDW Little Nemo in Slumberland series be Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez, Locust Moon Comics announced a new Little Nemo anthology at SDCC earlier thisweek, called Dream Another Dream. This volume will collect interpretations of Windsor McCay’s classic character by … Continue reading
On his Bedazzled blog, Spike Priggen plugs his new CD, There’s No Sound In Flutes. And yes, that’s a Peter Bagge cover illustration !
Nothing to start the day than a great cover by a great artist for a great band. (found on the internet – © Peter Bagge, I suppose)