It's here: the Paul Pope coffee table book. Who would've thunk it? There's everything from comics to posters to CD covers to prints to sketchbooks and more. The book is divided into sections grouping the work in a variety of categories including the just stated formal divisions as well as thematic units such as Ukiyo-e and erotica. Connecting it all together is an ongoing exegesis of the works by Pope himself. It turns out that he has quite a bit to say as the text roves far and wide: personal reminiscences, ruminations on art and literature, technical explications, insights into the processes of artistic creation, manifestos and more amply fill the spaces between the artwork on display.