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MOME Spring 2009 (MOME, #14)

MOME Spring 2009 (MOME, #14)

  • Title: MOME Spring 2009 (MOME, #14)
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  • ISBN : 9781560979586
  • Format : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Page : 120 pages


Since its inception in 2005, MOME has bridged the gap between the contemporary graphic novel scene and the current cutting edge literary scene, serving as a perfect sampler of today s best young graphic novelists in a quarterly format that sits as handsomely on the newsstand alongside journals like McSweeney s and Paris Review as it does in the graphic novels section.Vols Since its inception in 2005, MOME has bridged the gap between the contemporary graphic novel scene and the current cutting edge literary scene, serving as a perfect sampler of today s best young graphic novelists in a quarterly format that sits as handsomely on the newsstand alongside journals like McSweeney s and Paris Review as it does in the graphic novels section.Vols 13 14 of the popular series welcome the return of renowned graphic novelist David B Epileptic, Babel as well as returning regulars Jonathan Bennett, Sophie Crumb, Andrice Arp, Paul Hornschemeier, Kurt Wolfgang, Eleanor Davis, Zak Sally, Tom Kaczynski, Dash Shaw, Joe Kimball, and Ray Fenwick Tim Hensley also returns with of his brilliant Wally Gropius strips, as does fan favorite Al Columbia Plus, several other surprises from some of the best new talent in comics.MOME is an accessible, reasonably priced quarterly running approximately 120 pages per volume, mostly in color, and spotlighting the most exciting new storytellers in comics along with special surprises MOME is quickly earning a reputation as one of the premier literary anthologies on the shelves, and the only one composed almost entirely of comics


Author Gary Groth




MOME Spring 2009 (MOME, #14) Reviews (7)

  • Highs Lilli Carre s lovely graphic novella The Carnival, which I d read previously Good shorter comics by Laura Park and Olivier SchrauwenLows Gross racist caricatures in Emile Bravo s Wild West Winging It and Gilbert Shelton s Last Gig in Shnagrlig [..]

  • The gratingly awful racist caricatures in Shelton Pic s Last Gig in Shnargrlig and mile Bravo s Wild West Winging It are totally unforgivable It s hard to believe that this issue of MOME was edited by industry notables Eric Reynolds and Gary Groth.I can only hope that looking back now, ten years lat [..]

  • A nearly perfect MOME This literary comic book anthology is consistently great and this volume is no exception.MOME s emphasis has tended to be on a combination of experimental storytelling AND visuals, but the shorter stories in this volume lean towards quick dream like experiments, which I [..]

  • A real solid issue The long Lille Carre story, The Carnival, is the obvious standout piece here, a strange, magical tale of longing, escape, and dreaming I thought it was just wonderful coupled with her haunting recent short graphic novel The Lagoon also from Fantagraphics , she appears to have deve [..]

  • All anthologies are so different Since stories are shorter, I don t know if people have time to flesh out their whole ideas or not For the Eisner judging I read The Carnival It was o.k maybe give it 3 stars Well drawn, but I didn t really think the story made a whole lot of sense, well no sense real [..]

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