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Brian Lee Klueter: Diary of a Mosquito Abatement Man by John Porcellino

The main thing I was worried about going into this course was my artwork. I don’t think it’s very good. I can’t draw backgrounds with vast detail, or characters with strong facial expressions, or even cars without making them look distorted. 394 more words

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Lydia Funnel: Diary of a Mosquito Abatement Man by John Porcellino

It’s difficult for me to describe my experience of reading John Porcellino’s Diary of a Mosquito Abatement Man because it exemplifies so many of the things I love about comics. 541 more words

Students: What They Think Of Graphic Novels

Zachary Kocanda: Diary of a Mosquito Abatement Man by John Porcellino

Before I read Diary of a Mosquito Abatement Man, I looked through the book and read from the notes at the back, where Porcellino states that his comic “Hellhole” is includes the “original two-page introduction that kept hidden for many years (out of shame).” I knew I had to read the book based on the truth of that note. 455 more words

Students: What They Think Of Graphic Novels

THIS WEEK FOR ME

Wowza this week has been busy.

Yesterday I was in London, exploring the Georgian-looking Waterstone’s opposite UCL, AND THERE WERE ISSUES OF THE NEW YORKER… 531 more words

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Two Years Ago Today

Two years ago today I started making comics.  Well, sort of.  I guess two years ago today I started making what lead to the comics I make today.   642 more words

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Memoir Comic Panel - S.P.A.C.E. 2013

Memoir Comic Panel

Hosted by

John Steventon

With

Tom Hart

John Porcellino

Nate Powell

Chris Monday

and

Dara Naraghi

Record at:
Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo
SPACE 2013
http://www.backporchcomics.com

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John Porcellino lays it all on the page in The Hospital Suite

When faced with your own mortality, the mind reacts in strange ways. Some cycle through their past, weighing the good and bad of what might be their entire life; some try to get their spiritual house in order, worried about what may come; some do all that, and think about the best way to lay out a page about it. 759 more words

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