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MOME Winter 2009 (MOME, #13) by Gary Groth Online



MOME Winter 2009 (MOME, #13)

MOME Winter 2009 (MOME, #13)

  • Title: MOME Winter 2009 (MOME, #13)
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  • ISBN : 9781560979579
  • Format : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Page : 304 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 amp 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 Winter 2009 (MOME, #13) Reviews (7)

  • Lots of Mome debuts this issue, including Josh Simmons yay , Laura Park I m not too familiar with her, but I like her contribution to this issue , and underground comix legend Gilbert Shelton Best comic It s a tie between Tim Hensley s continued Wally Gropius strips and Simmons Jesus Christ Worst co [..]

  • My first encounter with this anthology For some reason I had it in my head that this was a super arty, pretentious art school sort of thing and it really wasn t it was actually artsy in just the right way i.e the contributors have the talent to back up their pretentions Loved the Gilbert Shelton pie [..]

  • Mome has transformed itself, in just a couple of years, from an interesting concept into a full fledged package of some of the most interesting work being done in comics today The stumbling gait of the early issues has been replaced by a healthy stride, as contributors like Dash Shaw, Josh S [..]

  • Another solid issue of MOME This one introduces T Ott who does wonders with a scratch board Laura Park, whose minis blew me away at MOCCA Josh Simmons who delivers a kick ass interpretation of a chunk of the Book of Revelations Conor O Keefe who does a comic in the style of the turn of the century a [..]

  • Some brilliant, some awful The highights Satellite CMYK, Dash ShawJesus Christ, Josh SimmonsBreakdown, T OttAn Interview with Minnie Moverman, Nate NealSleep is for Suckers, Laura Park [..]

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