Where to begin with such a book. It is clearly and definitely the best book ever done on Krazy Kat, which is, at least in our estimation, the greatest of the classic newspaper comics. Ergo, it is, Copacetically speaking, one of the single best volumes of comics ever produced. In other words, it wins the Desert Island Award™: If there were one comics related book to take to a deserted island, this might very well be it. And as if that weren’t enough, it has now been reissued in an economy softcover edition that’ll only set you back a double sawbuck. Think of it-- a lifetime of pleasure and...
Think of how much a better place the world would be if, when people heard the name Ron, instead of thinking of Ronald Reagan, Ronald McDonald or L. Ron Hubbard, they instead all thought of Ron Regé, Jr.! We can all now do our part to make this a reality by partaking in Ron's mega-masterwork of mental (re)mapping, The Cartoon Utopia, wherein Ron dives deep into the waters of theosophy, through which a peck of profound painters of the previous turn-of-the-century swam – most notably Wassily Kandinsky and Piet Mondrian, en route to their mature styles – and also ascends into the...
The work of Paul Hornschemeier is unique in that it employs the (re)production processes as narrative signifiers. In The Three Paradoxes, his most sophisticated work yet, he employs several different modes of production and reproduction to convey his epistemological concerns, chief among them how experience, imagination, and memories are each treated in different ways by human consciousness, ordered according to only dimly perceived criteria, and sorted into different categories. Hornschemeier doesn't hold back here. He reaches deep into his bag of tricks, brings it all out and throws it all down, creating...
Please Join us this Thursday, May 23, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm to celebrate the release of the third issue of Andromeda Quarterly. AQ editor and publisher, Andy Scott will be on hand, as will many of this issue's contributors.
Check out AQ#3 contributor, Juan Fernandez's nifty animated gif of the issue: http://crinklesnsmudges.tumblr.com/post/50828462367/this-thursday-andromeda-quarterly-release-party
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