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Scott Longo
The podcast Comics for Grownups wrote a glowing review of the first two Sonatina anthologies. It’s always nice to hear kind words from someone who’s on a similar page, or from someone who picks up the finer points. :)
Listen: here
(the sonatina stuff is about an hour in)
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"it’s tight that this dude can glean the juiciest of oyster meat from my big smarty brain"

The podcast Comics for Grownups wrote a glowing review of the first two Sonatina anthologies. It’s always nice to hear kind words from someone who’s on a similar page, or from someone who picks up the finer points. :)

Listen: here

(the sonatina stuff is about an hour in)

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"it’s tight that this dude can glean the juiciest of oyster meat from my big smarty brain"

charles schwab 2 :: quotes from “the way of the sufi”:: schwab as a place to dump ideas, enjoy myself, carefree :: preview

Preview of my Harry Potter comic for an anthology Shayna Why is putting together. The collection is supposed to be about demonic possession.. we’ll see how it pans out. ;) 

Preview of my Harry Potter comic for an anthology Shayna Why is putting together. The collection is supposed to be about demonic possession.. we’ll see how it pans out. ;) 

mom’s retirement dinner

mom’s retirement dinner

Guess Who Showed Up! : Mission Comics (April 4th @ 7pm)

Hey, we’re having a book release party this Friday at Mission Comics in SF for Andy Douglas Day's new book Miss Hennipin.

There will be a reading at some point, drinks, and a ton of art up on the walls from Andy, Sarah Ferrick, Ellen Addison, and myself. Come out! It promises to be a good time. Also, the show has to be taken down by Saturday night, so Friday is your only real chance to see this stuff. :)

Facebook info: here

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comicscoffin:

Steve Ditko

butterstory:

MISS HENNIPIN is a really, really excellent book by Andy Douglas Day. It was just published by Scott Longo over at Sonatina Comics earlier this month.. It’s a book that’s very much alive. There’s so much more to say about it and I wish I could articulate what makes the whole thing so significant but that seems like the best and truest thing I can manage right now without rambling. It’s very alive.  I interviewed Andy about some of this over Gchat back in February. Read it here: ANDYVIEW

This interview between Sarah & Andy is probably the best writing surrounding Miss Hennipin right now, and more ppl should read it, if compelled. <3

butterstory:

MISS HENNIPIN is a really, really excellent book by Andy Douglas Day. It was just published by Scott Longo over at Sonatina Comics earlier this month.. It’s a book that’s very much alive. There’s so much more to say about it and I wish I could articulate what makes the whole thing so significant but that seems like the best and truest thing I can manage right now without rambling. It’s very alive.  

I interviewed Andy about some of this over Gchat back in February. 
Read it here: ANDYVIEW

This interview between Sarah & Andy is probably the best writing surrounding Miss Hennipin right now, and more ppl should read it, if compelled. <3

Every thinking man is prone, particularly as he grows older, to feel waves large or small of a kind of cosmic regret for what he let go past him. He wonders helplessly — knowing how futile it would be to feel any active passion — how he could have behaved as he did or let something or other happen without acknowledging it.

The only salve to this occasional wound — basically open until death, no matter how small and hidden — is to admit that there is potential strength in it: not only in recognizing it as such but in accepting the long far ripples of understanding and love that most probably spread out from its beginning.

A good time for me to contemplate such personal solutions, or whatever they may be, is when day slides into night. In almost all weather I can sit for a few minutes or an hour or so on my veranda, looking west-southwest and letting a visceral realization flow quietly through me of what other people have given me that I can only now understand.

– MFK Fisher, The Jackstraws (1987) 
sonatinacomics:

Great friend Hallie Bateman wrote an on-point recommendation of Miss Hennipin for The Bygone Bureau. Very simply, she gets at what’s so enjoyable about this comic. &lt;3

sonatinacomics:

Great friend Hallie Bateman wrote an on-point recommendation of Miss Hennipin for The Bygone Bureau. Very simply, she gets at what’s so enjoyable about this comic. <3

TLC - Diggin’ On You (1994)

If I believed in guilty pleasures.. ;)

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marcus bartos

ashumbleasjesus:

ravingindian:

carcat

marcus bartos

brazilianass:

"Miss Hennipin" release party (give or take a month)!

I’m showing up. I have to. But I’m hoping that all y’all in the surrounding areas can make it as well. :) We’re celebrating the release of Miss Hennipin with some good old fashioned comics activities (gah!). Join us! We’re friendly, generally. ;) New stuff by:

Facebook event info: here 

two copies left of Sarah's comic Rare Creature. :0 pretty much ur last chance to pick one up, as it most likely won't be reprinted. ::&gt; store

two copies left of Sarah's comic Rare Creature. :0 pretty much ur last chance to pick one up, as it most likely won't be reprinted. ::> store