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28 Pages, BW, Color cover
Printed on high quality paper
Ed. of 300
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The most extravagant and lengthiest issue yet!
Cupcake becomes an intern at an art space, which attributes its success to alien technology!
Boris Snegovoi discovers what its like to be an artist in the afterlife!
Epiphany Clydesdale suffers a mystical episode after being denied the bathroom in a Chelsea gallery!
And we learn more about Mr. Zobchik's planet-
Plus everyone's favorite iconoclasts, the FREE LITTLE PIGS!

Published by Swimmers Group
24 pages, BW, color cover printed on high quality paper
Ed. of 300
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SOLD OUTThe saga of  hapless young artists lost in a shadow world of money and intrigue marches on. How will idealism survive? An unendurable classroom critique is shattered by violence. Tiffany Clydesdale announces a life-transforming conceptual art project. Professor Password muses on his early abuse at the hands and boots of Robert Smithson and later has a run-in with a Mysterious Figure from the art world. Ivanhoe's origin story is revealed as he drags his intern into the home of a space alien. With letters page and editorials, and "textual intervention" by Marc Bell.

ART COMIC Issue 1 (November 2014)
Published by Swimmers Group (Toronto)
A new comic book series about young artists.

Offset printing with color cover. 24 Pages B/W

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AMBERGRIS "Telephone The Orphanage" C-30
Potlatch, I Gather #011, 2013
Ten songs from the world's foremost "Anti-Matter Cabaret" band as seen on the November 2013 "Avant-Vaude" tour. Songs on topics such as nude warrior princesses descending staircases...the perilous state of the uninsured...sweeping...flying paranoid dictators with chromatic makeup afraid to share meals. Covers of David Bowie and Depeche Mode.

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by Matthew Thurber, 2013
192 pages, PictureBox

INFOMANIACS is a graphic novel about the tangled workings of the internet--a hilarious detective story that manages to both cheekily critique and document the outer reaches of digital culture. Readers will recognize much of their own daily obsessions, tunnel vision and wacky e-antics in this work. With the intrepid (and memorably named) Amy Shit as his Philip Marlowe, Thurber looks in on "The Scriveners of Tweet Street," Albert Radar, a Joseph Beuys-lookalike psychiatrist, a perfectly preserved brain that has never seen the internet, an organic server farm, the Anthropomorphic Task Force, and so many more weird and wonderfully inventive characterizations. All these quirky personae are skillfully woven into a tightly plotted and fast-paced thriller. The narrative does indeed move at the speed of light--perhaps partly reflecting this publication's genesis as an online serial--and the white knuckle twists and turns are done full justice by Thurber's deft drawing. (Indeed, in its internet incarnation, INFOMANIACS has already garnered a cult of devoted followers.) But above all, the book is marked by the author's restless questioning and heightened sense of the absurd. Accessible and extremely funny, this tour-de-force could be seen as The Long Goodbye for the Tumblr generation.

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by Matthew Thurber, 2011
160 pages, PictureBox

1-800-MICE is Matthew Thurber's comic book anthropological study of the imaginary city of Volcano Park: a cross between Thomas Pynchon, Robert Altman and J.R.R. Tolkien. Over the course of the story we meet Peace Punk, a punker on the verge of a bourgeois lifestyle; Tom Chief, a beat cop with an identity crisis; and Groomfiend, a daffy creature who leads the narrative. The serial has earned Thurber rave reviews from, among others, cartoonist Ben Katchor, who writes: "Matthew Thurber has singlehandedly revived the Surrealist program of revolutionary politics through dreamwork. What more can you ask for in a comic-book?" This edition collects five issues of 1-800-MICE, plus 48 pages of new material.

Book will arrive signed and with drawing on title page. Please specify in an email if you would like a particular dedication.

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1-800-MICE 1 through 5

Every issue of the epic comic book serialized between 2006 and 2010. Contains material that didn't make it into the hardcover edition such as extra strips, editorials, and letters...

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