I have been a big fan of Nicole J. Georges and Greg “Clutch” Means‘ split-minicomic, Invincible Summer/Clutch since I started reading minicomics! Nicole renders her life in a dense, cartoon-realist style, while Greg opts for a sparse, minimalist-noodle style. The two styles work off each other so well, as Greg and Nicole live their lives that often intersect in their dairy comics! It was a real thrill to learn that Liz Prince -a fantastic autobiographical comics artist in her own right- had been invited to join in on Nicole and Greg’s annual collaboration. Minicomics fans, this comic delivers in so many ways! It’s fun to read each of the three’s accounts of the same event, but to top it off, a huge chunk of this comic is devoted to a co-drawn diary of Nicole and Liz’s travels in New York and the Pacific Northwest together! It is a real treat, friends! AND it takes place a year ago this month, so order it now, and jump back 366 days to a simpler time with Nicole, Greg and Liz!!
Speaking of Liz Prince, and the Pacific Northwest, she’s tabling at the Emerald City Comicon (Seattle, WA) THIS WEEKEND, visit this website for details:
Radiator ourselves will be tabling this weekend in Buffalo, NY for the Small Press Book Fair! We’ll have titles by 19 of our artists on display for you to peruse and purchase! More information below:
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