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Drawn & Quarterly Vol.2 #3

Drawn & Quarterly

This edition includes "Johnny and Babe" by Graham Chaffee (7 pages b/w, 3 pages full color), "Bicycle Thief" by Pentti Otsamo (6 pages full color), "Side Door Lover" by Maurice Vellekoop (4 pages full color), and "It Was the War of the Trenches" by Jacques Tardi (15 pages b/w). Featuring cover and end pages by J. D. King. First Printing. Published May 1995.


ISBN: DQV2#03

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Drawn & Quarterly Vol.2 #1

Drawn & Quarterly

This edition leads off with a chapter of Jacques Tardi's brutal masterpiece, "It Was The War of The Trenches" (14 pages, b/w), a harrowing, realistic portrayal of the First World War from the perspective of the individual soldiers; Maurice Vellekoop muses about the rise and fall of a once-famous maestro in "The Same Old Story" (3 pages, full-color); Carol Tyler recounts the tragic history of the death of her sister in the Eisner Award-nominated "The Hannah Story" (12 pages, full-color); French cartoonists Avril & Petit-Roulet contribute their clever, silent strip, "63, rue de la Grange aux Belles" (10 pages, full-color) and New Yorker illustrator Marcellus Hall delivers a hilarious look romance in the classified ads in "Personals" (1 page, b/w). Covers and endpapers by Seth. 48 pages. First printing.
Publication date: August 1994.

ISBN: 9781894937184

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Best of Drawn & Quarterly

Drawn & Quarterly

Collects top material from D+Q's first 2 years, 1990-92.
As the title suggests, this book collects the top material from the magazine's initial ten issue run, with stories by Seth, Maurice Vellekoop, Julie Doucet, Peter Kuper, Joe Matt, and more. One of the highlights, however, is actually not a reprint: Debbie Drechsler wrote and drew the dark, almost mesmerizing 5 page full color story "Constellations" especially for this edition and it does not appear in any other book. Other "exclusives" include new illustrations by Santiago Cohen, Joe Matt's "Darkest Secret" and J.D. King's "Beastniks" colored exclusively for this edition, and a breathtaking, award-winning wraparound cover and endpapers (complete with dustjacket flaps) by Maurice Vellekoop. Introduction by Peter Bagge.
Softcover; 64 pages. First edition.
Publication date: December 1993.

ISBN: 9780969670148

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Drawn & Quarterly Vol.2 #2

Drawn & Quarterly

David Mazzucchelli gives a somber account of an American traveller's unsettling experience in a run-down Paris hotel in "Rates of Exchange" (16 pages, b/w); "The Ghost of Whitechapel" (10 pages, full-color), is Loustal's lavishly-illustrated yarn about debonair semi-sophisticate Morel Cox's adventures in 1940's Europe; A new chapter of "It Was The War of The Trenches" (14 pages, b/w), by Jacques Tardi, is featured here; Separating these stories are two short strips: "More Than Coincidence" (2 pages, b/w), by Maurice Vellekoop and "Eleanor" (1 page, full-color), by Eric Drooker. Covers and endpapers by David Mazzucchelli. 48 pages. First printing.
Publication date: December 1994.

ISBN: 9781894937191

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Drawn & Quarterly Vol.1 #10

Drawn & Quarterly

The last magazine format issue ever. Contents: "Life Cycle" (1 page, color) by Santiago Cohen; New Illustration by Seth; "Visitors In The Night" (6 pages) by Debbie Drechsler; "Within Three Seconds" (2 pages) by Marti; "Fate" (2 pages, color) by Linhart; "Horror In The Henhouse" (18 pages) by Michael Dougan; "Making Friends" (2 pages, color) by Debbie Drechsler; "Soap" (1 page) by Maurice Vellekoop; "The Old Nazi Guy" (1 page) by Vincent; "Claudia" (1 page) by Marti; "The Secret Life of Gloria Badcock" (5 pages) by Maurice Vellekoop; "Facing Faces" (1 page, color) by Anne Baraou and Pascale Bougeault; "Night Job" (1 page, color) by Maurice Vellekoop; Front Cover by Santiago Cohen. 40 pages. First printing.
Publication date: December 1992. ONLY AVAILABLE ONLINE

ISBN: DQV1#10

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Drawn & Quarterly Vol.1 #09

Drawn & Quarterly

Contents: "It's a beautiful day..." (1 page, color) by David Mazzucchelli; "Barcelona!" (7 pages) by Marti; "Those Tenacious Teens!" (1 page) by David Collier; "Notes From The Ledger" (1 page) by Carel Moiseiwitsch; "My Dad in Tucson" (3 pages) by Lloyd Dangle; "The Neck" (1 page) by Anne D. Bernstein; "Going Steady" (1 page) by Debbie Drechsler (first published strip); "A Folk Tale" (2 pages, color) by Seth; "A Brief History of Civilization" (2 pages, color) by David Mazzucchelli; "That Night..." by Pierre Lefebvre and Luc Giard; "House of Angels" (2 pages, color) by Santiago Cohen; "Stevenson..." by Pierre Lefebvre and Luc Giard; "Kentucky Fried Funeral" (14 pages) by Michael Dougan; "Art Fantasy" (1 page, color) by Maurice Vellekoop; "#$*!!" (1 page, color) by Peter Kuper; Front Cover by Seth. 40 pages. First printing.
Publication date: July 1992.

ISBN: DQV1#09

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Drawn & Quarterly Vol.1 #08

Drawn & Quarterly

Contents: "Day of Crabby Art" (1page, color) by Maurice Vellekoop; "Chicken Stories" (8 pages) by Michael Dougan; "Pie Kids" (1 page, color) by Carol Tyler; "Interrupted" (2 pages) by Fiona Smyth; "Professional Training" (3 pages) by Marti; "Letter to Papa", (3 pages) by Santiago Cohen; "That Time of The Month" (2 pages) by Roberta Gregory; "Camera Obscura" (2 pages, color) by Carel Moiseiwitsch; "The Meek" (1 page) by Gig Wailgum; "On My Day Off" (7 pages) by Joe Sacco; "The Cat..." (2 pages) by Lee Binswanger; "I can't say what hit me..." (1 page, color) by Pierre Lefebvre and Luc Giard; "Advertising Feature" (1 page) by Maurice Vellekoop; "Speak Up!" (5 pages) by Dennis Eichhorn and Carol Swain; "Can I ever tell the truth?" (1 page, color) by Pierre Lefebvre and Luc Giard; "Parallel Universe" (1 page, color) by Maurice Vellekoop; Front Cover by Daniel Clowes. 40 pages. First printing.
Publication date: April 1992.

ISBN: DQV1#08

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Drawn & Quarterly Vol.1 #07

Drawn & Quarterly

Contents: "8 Pillars of Gay Culture" (4 pages) by Maurice Vellekoop; "Talkin' Nineties" (1 page) by Roberta Gregory; "The Yin Yang Man" (3 pages) by Mary Fleener; "Another Job Story" (1 page) by Clara Bayliss and David Collier; "Night of..." (3 pages) by Dennis Eichhorn and Fiona Smyth; "Le Baiser" (1 page) by Julie Doucet; "Whipped-up in Wichita!" (4 pages, color) by Lloyd Dangle; "Time Bomb" (3 pages) by Richard Sala; "Some Things I Think You Should Know About Joe Matt" (2 pages) by Seth; "Where The Boys Are" (8 pages) by Michael Dougan; Inside back cover by Bernie Mireault; Front, Back, and inside front covers by Luc Giard. 32 pages. First printing.
Publication date: March 1992.ONLY AVAILABLE ONLINE

ISBN: DQV1#07

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Drawn & Quarterly Vol.2 #6

Drawn & Quarterly

This edition expands to 64 pages and delivers a number of strong translated stories that won this book a Harvey Award for "Best Foreign Material". Spanish cartoonist Max gives a captivating and beautifully-drawn interpretation of the myth of Orpheus (10 pages; two colors); Jason Lutes recounts the story of a couple in the twilight of their relationship in "Late Summer Sun" (8 pages, two colors); Linhart pens a chilling homage to Jean-Luc Godard in "Tout Va Bien" (2 pages, full color); Monsieur Jean is sent on a book promotional tour in Portugal and falls in love with a woman, but instead endures the attention of his long-winded host (15 pages, full color) by Dupuy & Berberian; Miguel Gallardo recounts his father's experience in the Spanish Civil War in "Red, Blue, and Black" (4 pages, b/w); It's a day at the museum with Maurice Vellekoop in "Artwork" (1 page, full color); Baru completes the third and final chapter of "The Road To America" (15 pages; full color). Covers and endpapers by Max. 64 pages. First printing.
Publication date: June 1997.

ISBN: 9781894937221

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Crash #1: The Quarterly Comic Book Review

Drawn & Quarterly

Alert! Collector's item for all comic book afficionados longing for mid-nineties nostalgia !

Crash #1 is the short lived comic book magazine by Steve Solomos.* Issue #1 has a cover story with Chester Brown, sneak preview of Harvey Pekar's The Cancer Years, archival look at Jean Cocteau's drawings, brief overview of Jeff Smith's Bone and Roberta Gregory's Naughty Bits, and some wonderfully positive or negative reviews of Palestine, Real Stuff, Duplex Planet, Dangle, Melody, Black Dogs, Motherless Child, Lowlife, Dirty Plotte and the Acme Novelty Library.

*see page 60 of Joe Matt's The Poor Bastard

ISBN: CRASH#1

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Crash #2: The Quarterly Comic Book Review

Drawn & Quarterly

Alert! Collector's item for all comic book afficionados longing for mid-nineties nostalgia!

Crash #2 is the short lived comic book magazine by Steve Solomos.* Issue #2 has two covers and main features: David Mazzuchelli and Terry Zwigoff! An archival look at Basil Wolverton, interview with Maurice Vellecoop, overview of Carol Swain's Way Out Strips, Jason Lut'es Jar of Fools, Dylan Horrock's Pickle, Terry Moore' Strangers in Paradise, Peter Kuper's Wild Life, Chris Ware's Acme Novelty Library and reviews of Jazzbo!, Comic Strip Art of Lyonel Feininger, Jim, Eightball #14, Tomato, Blvd. of Broken Dreams, Ballad of Dr. Richardson, Life Under Sanctions, The Biologic Show No. 0, and The Big Wheels!

*see page 60 of Joe Matt's The Poor Bastard


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