The first issue of our favorite ongoing, regularly published, standard comic book format comics anthology features a compelling love story from Aaron Renier (Spiral Bound) set in the streets of Brooklyn and the halls of New York's famed Natural History Museum. Also Sean Aaberg (The Adventures of Pipu) introduces us to SALT, a punk kid with a nose for adventure, and JP Coovert (Driving South) runs his car into a tree. With additional art by Nate Beaty. Cover art by Aaron Renier. Back in stock - we found 2 copies!
Papercutter #11 The latest issue of our favorite regularly published comics anthology debuted at SPX, and it's another issue that no indy comics fan will want to miss. The bulk of the issue – 26 pages and one front cover worth, to be exact – are devoted to "Lululand," a slice of life vignette of the life of Lulu a wondering and wandering washer of dishes and dreamer of dreams trying to figure it out that is imagined by writer Amy Adoyzie and diligently delineated by Jon Sukarangsan. Backing this up is "Duperman," a snappy one-pager by your friend and mine, Dustin Harbin, and "Letter Home," a story of schoolwork vs. artwork by someone who should know, the Portland, OR artist and educator, Lisa Rosalie Eisenberg, who takes us through to the back cover. Inside covers by Nate Beaty. Edited by Greg Means
<<•>> edited by Greg Means <<•>> Yes, it's another fine issue of Papercutter. This time arond, Nate Beaty, the official Papercutter endpaper artist (he's done the endpapers of every issue, you can go check, we'll wait...) gets to stretch his legs in the 21-page, semi-epic "Winslow," written by Dave Roche. Then there's a 10-page gem by reclusive fan favorite Farel Dalrymple, "Live With Our Clerics," and, the icing on the cake - a crazy one-pager by Pittsburgh's own Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca, "Eagle, Run." Yet another great issue of Papercutter, which continues to be the best regularly published anthology comic book in North America.