Papercutter #12

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Papercutter #12 is the latest issue in Tugboat Press's award-winning anthology series dedicated to showcasing the best young, underexposed and emerging comic book artists.

Papercutter #12

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This issue features a thrilling story written by Rachel Bormann (Cakewalk) and illustrated by Eisner Award winning artist Nate Powell (Swallow Me Whole) about a father and daughter who attend a Carlos Santana concert and get an eye full of the man himself. This issue also features a back up story by Joey Alison Sayers (Just So You Know) about a comic strip that refuses die. And Mark Campos & Dalton Webb (Moxie, My Sweet) team up to tell an intriguing tale of a fortune teller who helps the lonely hearted. Additional art by Nate Beaty.

Additional Information

Author Rachel Bormann / Nate Powell / Joey Alison Sayers / Mark Campos / Dalton Webb
Publisher Tugboat Press
Page Count 32pp
Publication Size 5.5 x 8.5
Publication Notes Saddle-Stitched, b/w
Publication Date March 12, 2010
ISBN 000-0000000000

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