Mome GN Vol. 07

Mome GN Vol. 07

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by Various This accessible, reasonably priced, quarterly anthology spotlights a cast of a dozen of today's most exciting cartoonists. Mome is quickly earning a reputation as one of the premiere... literary anthologies on the market, and the only one compromised entirely of comics. Highlights of the seventh volume include: the concluding chapter of Lewis Trondheim's 'At Loose Ends,' an autobiographical diary comic that portrays the acclaimed French cartoonist at a crossroads in his life and work; the Mome debut of Portland cartoonist T. Edward Bak; contributions from Mome regulars such as 2006 Eisner Award 'Most Promising Newcomer' nominees Jonathan Bennett and R. Kikuo Johnson, as well as Tim Hensley, David Heatley, Paul Hornschemeier, Anders Nilsen, Sophie Crumb, Kurt Wolfgang, Martin Cendreda, and Gabrielle Bell."
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by Various This accessible, reasonably priced, quarterly anthology spotlights a cast of a dozen of today's most exciting cartoonists. Mome is quickly earning a reputation as one of the premiere literary anthologies on the market, and the only one compromised entirely of comics. Highlights of the seventh volume include: the concluding chapter of Lewis Trondheim's 'At Loose Ends,' an autobiographical diary comic that portrays the acclaimed French cartoonist at a crossroads in his life and work; the Mome debut of Portland cartoonist T. Edward Bak; contributions from Mome regulars such as 2006 Eisner Award 'Most Promising Newcomer' nominees Jonathan Bennett and R. Kikuo Johnson, as well as Tim Hensley, David Heatley, Paul Hornschemeier, Anders Nilsen, Sophie Crumb, Kurt Wolfgang, Martin Cendreda, and Gabrielle Bell."