An alternate account of what took place between Joseph Beuys and the coyote. Posted on Bad at Sports here.
Also part of The Graphic Canon (Seven Stories Press, 2013), this comic is a based on an excerpt from Virginia Woolf’s first novel, A Voyage Out. It has not yet been published…more details coming soon.
Seven Stories Describes it this way: “Volume 1 takes us on a visual tour from the earliest literature through the end of the 1700s. Along the way, we’re treated to eye-popping renditions of the human race’s greatest epics: Gilgamesh,The Iliad, The Odyssey (in watercolors by Gareth Hinds), The Aeneid, Beowulf, and The Arabian Nights, plus later epics The Divine Comedy and The Canterbury Tales (both by legendary illustrator and graphic designer Seymour Chwast), Paradise Lost, and Le Morte D’Arthur. Two of ancient Greece’s greatest plays are adapted—the tragedy Medea by Euripides and Tania Schrag’s uninhibited rendering of the very bawdy comedy Lysistrata by Aristophanes (the text of which is still censored in many textbooks). Also included is Robert Crumb’s rarely-seen adaptation of James Boswell’s London Journal, filled with philosophical debate and lowbrow debauchery.”
We went to visit some friends in California; while there I found a bottle of Emu Oil Shampoo and was inspired to devise the process of its production. You can read the whole comic by going here.
When a funeral is canceled, Edith-May goes to Alcatraz to spend the night…read all about it here.
This was just published in issue #19 of The Bicycle Review. The entire comic is peppered through the issue, so if you scroll around, you’ll find it. Learn how Fortuna befriends a mountain by going here. (You can also read an interview about Fortuna with myself and Claire Glass over at Gaper’s Block here).
How Fortuna gets to the bottom of her leaking rooftop — read it here.