It's here: the last piece of the Spiegelman puzzle. Co-Mix publishes an vast career-spanning array of Spiegelmania; taken together with the recently (re)published Breakdowns, it brings (back) into print the vast majority of Art's miscellanea: short pieces, comix, prints, New Yorker covers, etc. While the wide world knows him almost solely through his perennial best-seller, Maus, within the world of comics his influence has been felt more through the works contained here. This book serves double duty as the catalogue for the exhibition of the same name that was produced by 9eArt+ for the 2012 Angoulême comics festival, and which, after travelling to Paris, Cologne and Vancouver, will be at the Jewish Museum in NYC from 8 November 2013 through 23 March 2014. Co-Mix takes readers all the way back to Spiegelman's early days with juvenilia from 1958 to 1964. These are followed by a healthy helping of his comix work from/for the NYC/SF underground scene in the sixties and seventies, along with a sidebar on his Topps work – Wacky Packs and Garbage Pail Kids – which is arguably his most well known work, when you think of their ubiquity among two generations of American youth. Then we are taken through the eighties when his pioneering work with Raw – including Maus – is highlighted along with looks at some rare cover illustrations for a German publisher never (?) before seen in the USA. His copious work for The New Yorker, primarily executed in during the nineties, gets ample coverage; included here are many covers that were rejected – apparently for skirting a bit too close to the edge. The volume takes us all the way forward to the present, through his graphic adaptation of The Wild Party to his post-9/11 work and including plenty of never-before-collected pieces ranging from a stained glass installation to comic strips. The book closes with an essay by noted art scholar Robert Storr and an illustrated timeline of Spiegelman's life and career. The book itself is a superbly designed and produced, massive, oversized, hardcover volume that is an aesthetic treat in and of itself. Put together by the team of Tom Devlin, Jeet Heer, Chris Oliveros, Philippe Ghielmetti and John Kuramoto, Co-Mix is essential for any appreciation and understanding of Spiegelman's work.