Blab! Volume 11

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Fasten your seat belts and get ready for the carnival of cartoon talent that is BLAB!

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America's premier anthology of cutting-edge comics and illustration art is back with its most spectacular volume yet. Sporting all-new front and back covers by acclaimed painter MARK RYDEN, whose work has graced the covers of everything from JUXTAPOZ magazine to SCREAMING TREES albums, expect this volume to be the sharpest-looking object on any bookshelf.

Vol. 11 features ten extra pages of color than previous volumes, and welcomes ten new artists to the BLAB! family. It also features the return of BLAB!'s most popular favorites, including comics giants RICHARD (The Chuckling Whatsit) SALA, PETER (The New York Times) KUPER, LLOYD (Troubletown) DANGLE, DREW (Private Lives of Public Figures) FRIEDMAN, SPAIN (Zap) RODRIGUEZ, and DOUG (Steven) ALLEN, as well as illustration legends DAVID GOLDIN, CHRISTIAN NORTHEAST, GARY BASEMAN, JONATHAN ROSEN, and more. In addition to Ryden, newcomers include American Illustration award-winner GREG CLARKE, JUXTAPOZ artists ROB and CHRISTIAN CLAYTON, STEVEN GUARNACCIA, and LOU BROOKS.

Also, special features include JEFFREY STEELE's report on the SALEM WITCH TRIALS, LAURA LEVINE with a 1958 FLYING SAUCER REVIEW, and WALTER MINUS' 'Virginia Blondes Can Be Harmful To Your Health.'

Additional Information

Author Monte Beauchamp (editor)
Publisher Fantagraphics Books
Page Count 120pp
Publication Size 10" x 10"
Publication Notes Softcover, color
Publication Date 2000
ISBN 978-1560974079

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