Graphic novel-tråden

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Re: Graphic novel-tråden

#1331 Indlæg af La Mouche » 31 maj 2016 12:24

Jeg er ikke Joan Cornella fan, men hvis der er andre der er, så anmelder TCJ den nye bog her:

http://www.tcj.com/reviews/mox-nox/

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#1332 Indlæg af La Mouche » 06 jun 2016 20:54

Peter Bagge intervieweer Chester Brown:

http://www.tcj.com/an-interview-with-chester-brown/

"Peter Bagge interviews Chester Brown, and the two master cartoonists discuss sex, religion, and critics."

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#1333 Indlæg af La Mouche » 11 jun 2016 17:56

TCJ anmelder den Jaime Hernandez-inspirerede Sacred Heart:

http://www.tcj.com/reviews/sacred-heart/

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#1334 Indlæg af La Mouche » 21 jun 2016 00:20

haha, Robert Crumb vs Donald Trump, tilbage i 1989:

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http://dangerousminds.net/comments/robe ... oilet_1989

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#1335 Indlæg af rikke p » 21 jun 2016 01:27

la mouche - hvad siger du til
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#1336 Indlæg af La Mouche » 21 jun 2016 11:57

Jeg går umiddelbart i en lang bue udenom. Er vist mere til sex-bøger af kvindelige forfattere, macho-sex interesserer mig ikke så meget. Men altså, har ikke engang læst anmeldelser af den, så det kan da godt være den har kvaliteter.

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#1337 Indlæg af La Mouche » 21 jun 2016 12:31

DEN her skal jeg have, modernistiske malere i Paris i 20erne og 30erne, det er mere min verden.

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"One of the Best Comics of the Year. This graphic novel feels like truth, or, as Picasso said of art, it’s a lie that makes us realize truth."—Paste Magazine

"Sfar wades into such heavy issues as the strangeness of desire, artistic depiction versus reality, and Jewish identity. And Sfar does not shy away from shocking, explicit details, such as Pascin's preteen visit to a brothel. The art shifts wonderfully throughout, adjusting to the moment and the tone of whoever is in Pascin's orbit (in a delightful touch, Sfar's depiction of Chagall echoes the painter’s own style). Sfar is a superstar in French cartooning circles, and this is another example of why."—Publishers Weekly

"After a cursory flip through these pages, one would expect Sfar’s biography of Jewish modernist painter Julius Mortdecai Pincas to be positively pornographic. Panel after panel of general nakedness often, but far from always, leading to varied sexual acts. But this is misleading, and the book engages the reader without any recourse to baser appetites. This is a rather excellent account of the artist’s life, serving also as a discourse on the nature of our creative urges."—The Quietus

"Wine, women and paint defined artist Jules Pascin, whose Bohemian passion flamed out when he committed suicide in Paris in 1930, at age 45. Born in Bulgaria to a Spanish father and an Italian Serbian mother, Pascin traveled in the American South before settling in Paris, where his free-love, heavy-drinking lifestyle earned him the title “Prince of Montparnasse.” Pascin’s life, which seems to have included bedding many of his models, comes vividly alive in the graphic novel"—Minneapolis Star Tribune

"Though there are scenes of Pascin drawing and painting, Sfar chooses to focus on Pascin’s relationships, creating a more humanized portrait of the renowned artist. Pascin, and bohemian France of the ‘20s, is truly brought to life in Sfar’s skillful hands."—Foreword Reviews
About the Author
Joann Sfar is considered one of the most important artists of the new wave of Franco-Belgian comics. He is the author and artist on a great number of acclaimed graphic novels including The Rabbi's Cat, Klezmer: Tales of the Wild East, Vampire Loves, and Dungeon. He wrote and directed Gainsbourg: Une Vie Heroique the biopic of the illustrious French songwriter and singer. The film was released in 2010 to international acclaim.

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Re: Graphic novel-tråden

#1338 Indlæg af La Mouche » 01 jul 2016 15:33

Husk at denne Peter Bagge monster-udgivelse er ude i denne måned!

Indeholder de tidlige Buddy Bradley-historier plus masser af andet sjov.

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edit. ok, starten af august så.

edit: bemærk på tegningen - Buddy er også gået væk fra vinyl!

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Re: Graphic novel-tråden

#1339 Indlæg af fabriz » 01 jul 2016 16:14

Jeg har buddy does Seattle og buddy does Jersey.
Ved du om der er overlap i de historier, la mouche?

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#1340 Indlæg af La Mouche » 01 jul 2016 16:18

Så skal du have denne her (altså "Complete Neat Stuff") også, der er ingen overlap.

Der findes også et bind mere med de nyere historier fra efter de to bind du har.

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"Back in the 1990s I was a huge fan of the "Hate"-comics. So it was kinda heartbreaking when the magazine stopped publication, and Bagge instead started releasing one "Hate"-annual every year. I managed to get hold of a few of these, and I was frankly fairly underwhelmed. One ten-page "Buddy"-story a year seemed like so little that it was almost worse than nothing. Plus the stories didn't even seem THAT great, they focused on fairly trivial matters after Buddy and Lisa had a kid. I basically concluded that Peter Bagge was a 'Has Been' case.

Reading the stories now more than ten years later I realize that I was wrong. These stories work! Or at least they work when they're gathered together in one volume without a year between. And the later stories in this book (which I hadn't read before) even return (sort of) to the sex, drugs, rock n roll and madness territory of earlier books. Very enjoyable - Recommended!"

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