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Drawn and Quarterly Showcase TPB (2003-2006) comic books 2003-2005

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Drawn and Quarterly Showcase TPB (2003-2006) 1-1ST

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    Volume 1 - 1st printing.

    Stories and art by Nicolas Robel and Kevin Huizenga. Cover by Nicolas Robel.

    So impressive and talented, these young creators have been asked to kick off the new D&Q annual showcase of short stories. Surreal and edgy, the stories shimmer with fresh style and wonder.

    This is comics pushing the boundaries.

    Softcover, 96 pages, PC/PB&W. Mature Readers

    Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #2-1ST
    Drawn and Quarterly Showcase TPB (2003-2006) 2-1ST

    Volume 2 - 1st printing.

    The second installment of D+Q's new talent series features stories by Jeffrey Brown (USA), Pentti Otsamo (Finland) and Erik De Graaf (Belgium). An excellent companion to the new Drawn & Quarterly Showcase #4!

    Softcover, PC.

    Cover price $14.95.

  • Issue #3-1ST
    Drawn and Quarterly Showcase TPB (2003-2006) 3-1ST

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    Volume 3 - 1st printing.

    Drawn & Quarterly Showcase Book Three presents three remarkable tales. Genevieve Elverum's "We're Wolf" is composed of a trilogy of adult fables about happiness, sadness and companionship drawn in a graceful, languid style. Kramer's Ergot editor Sammy Harkham's "Somersaulting," a tale of two friends, chronicling the languid pace of summer as well as the gradual discovery of love and sex in the suburbs. After two such dreamy stories, Matt Broersma rounds out the book with the two-part "The Mummy," a charming and funny romp through a mythical mid-20th-century European locale, featuring tongue-in-cheek romance, intrigue and ghosts. Book Four features three North American cartoonists, Dan Zettwoch ("The Ghost of Dragon Canoe") of St. Louis, Gabrielle Bell (When I'm Old) of Brooklyn, and Martin Cendreda (Dang!) of Los Angeles. Zettwoch and Bell have both contributed to the award-winning anthology Kramer's Ergot. Cendreda is a frequent contributor to Giant Robot magazine.

    Softcover, PC.

    Cover price $14.95.