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#1341 Post by fabriz » 01.07.2016 18:35:56

Fedt, tak!
Buys a dump har jeg også. Og fedt at der er mere buddy til mig.

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#1342 Post by La Mouche » 01.07.2016 18:52:37

boxen indeholder også andre gode ting, som fx historierne om:

Den bitre konservative radio-vært Studs Kirby

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og det midaldrende ex-hipster par Chet and Bunny Leeway

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og den umodne baby-mand Junior, der stadig bor hjemme ved mor:

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#1343 Post by La Mouche » 21.07.2016 17:14:57

haha, bagside-citaterne på den nye Alan Moore-roman, citatet fra skoledrengen til sidst er prikken over i'et:

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#1344 Post by shaken » 21.07.2016 21:04:05

The Guardian har sågar bragt en artikel om det:

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/ ... ?CMP=fb_gu
If I've a taste, it's not alone
For the earth and stones,
Rocks, coal, iron, air,
That's my daily fare

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#1345 Post by La Mouche » 21.07.2016 22:33:08

her er mobbedrengen:

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#1346 Post by La Mouche » 24.07.2016 15:23:32

Og anmeldelser:

"In this staggeringly imaginative second novel, Moore (Watchmen) bundles all his ruminations about space, time, life, and death into an immense interconnected narrative that spans all human existence within the streets of his native Northampton, U.K. [...] It’s all a challenge to get through, and deliberately so, but bold readers who answer the call will be rewarded with unmatched writing that soars, chills, wallows, and ultimately describes a new cosmology. Challenges and all, Jerusalem ensures Moore’s place as one of the great masters of the English language. "

http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-63149-134-4

"an epic that outdoes Danielewski, Vollmann, Stephenson, and other worldbuilders in vision and depth."

https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-revi ... lem-moore/

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#1347 Post by La Mouche » 29.08.2016 10:20:31

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An Interview with Peter Bagge on Neat Stuff
BY J.R. WILLIAMS AUG 24, 2016
Editors’ note: To commemorate the release of the Complete Neat Stuff, we asked Peter Bagge’s old pal, J.R. Williams, to interview him about his groundbreaking comic. 15 issues of Neat Stuff were published from 1985 to 1989, and they capture Bagge’s incredible comic writing, elastic cartooning, and an entire sense of humor that would have a huge amount of influence in the ensuing years.

http://www.tcj.com/an-interview-with-pe ... eat-stuff/

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#1348 Post by La Mouche » 29.08.2016 10:50:41

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No, Alan Moore Isn't a Recluse
'Watchmen' creator Alan Moore talks about 'Jerusalem,' his 600,000-word novel due out in September.

http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-t ... cluse.html

"The novel’s origin lies in Moore’s contemplation of his own mortality. He found various conceptions of the afterlife lacking. The conventional Christian idea “didn’t sound like it was quite the kind of lifestyle that I’d like to pursue for the rest of eternity,” he says. “All of that golden marble, it sounded like a 1980s plasterers bathroom.” He realized that the afterlife he’d like most was simply “my lovely, untidy house, all of my books, my wife and my children, and my friends, and my childhood, and all of my experience—but just forever.” Moore found a solution that was “startlingly easy”: he wrote an immense novel that encompasses all of his feelings for home and family. And along the way, he says, he unknowingly re-created Albert Einstein’s thinking about time and space.

Jerusalem, with its meditations and crisscrosses of time and the border between life and death, reflects the idea of time as a hypercube. According to Einstein, Moore says, “every single moment is embedded in that gigantic hyperinstant—where everything is happening, in a sense, at the same time.” He adds: “In between, you have every moment that ever has been or ever will be, and they’re all suspended in this giant block forever, unchangingly. And it is only our consciousness moving through this solid that gives the illusion of the passage of time.”"

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#1349 Post by La Mouche » 08.09.2016 11:29:21

Meget tidlig Buddy Bradley:

Before Neat Stuff: A Look at Some of Peter Bagge’s Lost Early Work


http://www.tcj.com/before-neat-stuff-a- ... arly-work/

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#1350 Post by PeterEllermann » 10.09.2016 19:36:31

Så var jeg da lige nede i Fantask og snakke lidt med Marvel Morten om Jerusalem.
Han så tåget ud - "ja?! nej, jeg ved ikke hvornår den kommer..."
"Det bliver fedt, ikke?"
"Altså... har du læst nogen af mandens andre bøger!?"

Så MM i Fantask bryder sig ikke om Alan Moore...

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