Saturday, 17 November 2007

I'm one of the invited guests at the San Diego comic con in 2008. We hope to release The Amazing Remarkable Mr. Leotard at the event. We're still doing the final clean up on the book and arriving at a satisfactory cover. I personally was happy with the one before the one before the one we're on now.
I should have said this in my glossary the other day:

Sequential art: Saying that "all sequential art is comics" is like saying the world is a suburb of Brooklyn; and saying it with a Brooklyn accent.

Weekly gibberish dept.
pair these:
review: "The Fate of the Artist isn’t exactly autobiography... and it’s also not a graphic novel."

"Those graphic novelists are an argumentative lot. They can't agree what their books should be called. According to Eddie Campbell...

take that!
(That's another marginal drawing from yesterday's In Praise of Folly)
And in case you think we've been getting too hafultin' here at campbell.blogspot:

cash advance
(via Comics Comics, who have a College post-grad reading level)

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Blogger Jason Das said...

Um, the world is a suburb of Brooklyn. Sorry.

The Holbeins are great. Thanks for posting those.

17 November 2007 at 22:00:00 GMT-5  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"directors shouldn’t make movies about making movies"

Man, anyone who begins a thought with that... Contempt. 8 1/2. You know. The incredibly obvious examples. Jesus.

- Brendan

18 November 2007 at 08:06:00 GMT-5  
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18 November 2007 at 10:00:00 GMT-5  
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18 November 2007 at 10:11:00 GMT-5  
Blogger Pedro said...

Go to any party in the world. Have the DJ ask "where Brooklyn at?". Loud cheers will always be heard.

You're pretty wrong on this Mr. Campbell.

20 November 2007 at 10:09:00 GMT-5  

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