MOME Fall 2009

MOME Fall 2009This Issue Features Several Of Our Favorite Alternative Comic Artists Of The Last 15 Years, Bringing Us Great Joy Archer Prewitt Is The First, With An All New Funny Bunny Strip Created In Between His Active Musical Career The Moolah Tree Is The New Fuzz Pluck Graphic Novel From Ted Stearn, Following Fuzz Pluck And Fuzz Pluck Splitsville, Beginning Serialization Here We Are Equally Proud To Debut New Work From Ren E French, Whose Work Is Also Featured On The Front And Back Cover Of This Issue And Nicholas Mahler Debuts To Ask What Is Art Translated By Secret Weapon Kim Thompson.Also The Second Chapter Of T Edward Bak S Wild Man The Strange Journey And Fantastic Accounts Of The Naturalist Georg Wilhelm Steller, From Bavaria To Bolshaya Zemlya And Beyond A New Cold Heat Story By The Team Of Ben Jones, Frank Santoro Jon Vermilyea Dash Shaw Interprets An Episode Of Blind Date Into Comics Form And New Stories From Lilli Carr , Conor O Keefe, Laura Park, Nate Neal, And Sara Edward Corbett, With Incidental Drawings By Kaela Graham.

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  • Paperback
  • 120 pages
  • MOME Fall 2009
  • Gary Groth
  • English
  • 14 April 2017
  • 9781606991534

10 thoughts on “MOME Fall 2009

  1. Morgan says:

    Dash Shaw doing a lot of heavy lifting.

  2. Andrew says:

    Most welcome new serial The Moolah Tree by Ted StearnRunner up Almost Sound by Renee FrenchWorst comic Mindforkin by Nate Neal

  3. Wayne says:

    Another sub par Mome edition for me For the Eisner s the recommended choice Fantagraphics was Harvest Story was good, and the art was lush and very nice. Best of the Mome nominations so far My other favorite story was the Fuzz and Pluck one 3 stars for both.

  4. Devowasright says:

    picking back up on this title after a bit of a hiatus some stories are serialized, some stand alone, but all, without fail, are usually excellent.

  5. Melissa says:

    I was kind of underwhelmed by this edition of Mome I was excited about the e.t.Bak piece as he s my hometown hero, but found it rather disappointing Oh well.

  6. Linda says:

    Renee French s and E.T Bak s pieces were my favorites.

  7. Troy says:

    Another episode full of dark whimsy Nothing stood out, but all of it was either good, damn good, or competent Still the best regular anthology in the U.S.

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