This event will be held at our 9th Ave. store.
Daniel Clowes will discuss Patience, the first new graphic novel he's published in five years, with Pete Crooks.
To guarantee your spot, please purchase tickets at Eventbrite. A ticket covers the cost of a copy of the book.
Praise for Daniel Clowes:
“Daniel Clowes writes either the funniest sad comics or the saddest funny comics in the world.” -- Sam Thielman, The Guardian
“...Eightball [was] perhaps the most important American alternative comic to emerge from the twentieth century. ... As the home of Clowes’s first six award-winning graphic novels ― comics that helped garner him a 2011 Pen Center Award for Outstanding Body of Work in Graphic Literature ― Eightball earned a place in the pantheon of Great American Comics.” -- Ken Parille, The Comics Journal
“...560 pages of comic brilliance. The series’ oddballs are not unlike people we might encounter. But they could only exist in Clowes’ wonderfully strange and wonderfully human world.” -- John McMurtrie, SF Gate
Patience is a psychedelic science-fiction love story, veering with uncanny precision from violent destruction to deeply personal tenderness in a way that is both quintessentially Clowesian and utterly unique in the author's body of work. This 180-page, full-color original graphic novel affords Clowes the opportunity to draw some of the most exuberant and breathtaking pages of his life, and to tell his most suspenseful, surprising and affecting story yet.
The most anticipated graphic novel of 2016: from the creator of Ghost World.
1998 Ignatz Award Winner, Outstanding Graphic Novel: The inspiration for the feature film and one of the most acclaimed graphic novels ever.
This is a two-volume, slipcased facsimile edition of the Daniel Clowes comics anthology; it contains the original installments of Ghost World, the short that the film Art School Confidential was based on, and much more.
AN ORIGINAL GRAPHIC NOVEL FROM THE OSCAR-NOMINATED SCREENWRITER AND AWARD-WINNING CARTOONIST
The fan-favorite Eisner Award-winning story, originally serialized in The New York Times Magazine, now collected and with forty pages of new material.