From Villard (an imprint of Random House), December 30, 2008, this is a memoir, a how-I-did-it book, and graphic guidebook full of useful nutritional information – 195 pages of full-color comics and illustrations. It was featured in Publishers Weekly (Oct. 27, 2008) – on the cover, even! More information on The Big Skinny closer to publication date. http://www.thebigskinnybook.com
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Cult heroine Irene Van de Kamp is the richest woman in the world with a face only a Bongodian mother could love. A collection of stories from Good Girls (Fantagraphics and Rip Off Press) with 23 pages of new stories, this book features an introduction by Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh and miscellaneous covers and “pinup” pages. Available through Last Gasp or Amazon. Click the link below to buy from Amazon.Goodnight, Irene: The Collected Stories of Irene Van De Kamp
All words, no pictures except for the cover painting by Alex Ross. Pure pulp with caped crusaders and lots of action. My favorite line is, “She was swimming in an ichthyologist’s wet dream.” Published by Pocket Books/DC Comics in 2003. Available through Amazon and other fine bookstores. Click on the link below to buy it from Amazon.Wonder Woman: Mythos (Justice League of America)
This book is a collection of weekly strips. Published in 1998 by Kitchen Sink Press, it is no longer in print. Used copies have been spotted out in the wild.
The title story, “Joy Ride,” was printed only in this book. The remainder of the book is collected Story Minute strips. Published in 1996 by Kitchen Sink Press, this book is no longer in print. Used copies come up for sale occasionally on web sites.
The first collection of weekly strips, this book includes the title 24-page story; the 20-page serial, “Sweet Sue;” the 36-page serial, “Invisible City;” and miscellaneous single-page strips. Published in 1993 by Kitchen Sink Press, this book is no longer in print. Used copies pop up occasionally.
Various comic stories have also appeared in TWISTED SISTERS Volumes I and II and other underground and mainstream anthologies.