A SELECTION OF RECENT ARRIVALS
New for February 2014
Black Pillars #2
by Andrew White
Don't miss the concluding issue to Andrew White's symbolic exploration of love and loss. Character interactions are interpolated with landscapes cum dreamscapes and time goes in reverse as White plays with the grammar of comics, gradually teasing out ways in which images structure memories, link them together, form conceptions of the present and through imagination, construct the future. Requires and rewards repeated readings. Please Note: this is a limited, hand numbered edition of 100 copies, each of which comes with an original, color (!) drawing on the back cover.
retail price - $6.00 copacetic price - $5.40
Killer in My Sleep #1
by Rich Tommoso
Two new hot off the press comics written and drawn by Rich Tommoso, and published by his own Recoil imprint. These are classic old school comic books that will appeal to all those readers pining for straight up comics. Anyone who says, "They don't make comics like they used to anymore" clearly hasn't seen the comics coming out under the Recoil imprint. Yearling is officially classified as being part of the Recoil "Super Avenger Crime" line, while Killer in My Sleep should be filed under "Crime/Suspense". Tommoso is on a roll. Get these small batch comics while you still can!
retail price - $4.95@ copacetic price - $4.44@
by Chuck Forsman
"Road Trip!" This immortal phrase takes on added layers of meaning as a pair of disaffected youth drop acid and hit the road in this original graphic novel by mini-comics mogul, Chuck Forsman, founder of Oily Comics and creator (and publisher) of the hit series The End of the Fucking World, which was collected by Fantagraphics as TEOTFW not all that long ago. Mr. Forsman is clearly on a roll. Consider hitching a ride with him and his pen & ink pals, Mike and Wolf, for a "celebrated summer". Get an inkling of what's in store with this six-page PDF preview.
retail price - $16.99 copacetic price - $15.00
R. Crumb: The Weirdo Years
by R. Crumb
This hardcover volume from original Weirdo publisher, Last Gasp presents a complete collection of Crumb's work for this legendary magazine that kept the freak flag flying through the 1980s. The 250+ pages of Crumb, include his foto-funnies, and his hugely influential historical/biographical pieces on Krafft-Ebing and Philip K. Dick. In addition, all of his covers are reproduced in full color.
retail price - $29.95 copacetic price - $26.75
Weird #3 & #4
edited by Noel Freibert
And, speaking of Weirdo, how could we resist following it up with this listing of Noel Freibert's ongoing anthology, Weird, that is keeping the outsider comics spirit alive for the next generation. In addition to editing and publishing Weird, Mr. Freibert is it's primary contributor. In the 68 page third issue, he is joined by Patrick Kyle, Michael DeForge, Dunja Jankovic, Lane Milburn and others, including the elusive Carlos Gonzalez, whose 9-page story, "My Wife Is Sick" is a standout. In the 52 pages of the fourth issue, readers will find pieces by C.F., Dash Shaw, Andy Burkholder and Marisa Takal intermingled with those of Boss Man Freibert.
retail price - $10.00@ copacetic price - $9.00@
edited by Jason T Miles
An all-new, 32 page floppy comic book from Fantagraphics featuring the work of Sammy Harkham, Matthew Thurber, Juliacks , Eamon Espey, Noel Freibert, Alex Degen, Scott Roller, Zach Hazard Vaupen, Max Clotfelter, Alex Delaney along with editor Jason Miles. Underground and horror comics traditions merge in this creepy book full of suffering and angst. Immerse your pain in the Insect Bath...
retail price - $3.99 copacetic price - $3.59
The Complete Multiple Warheads
by Brandon Graham
This trade collection from Image Comics collects the entirety of the extant Multiple Warheads: the four issue mini-series and Downfall - in full color and black and white, as they originally appeared - and then some! Squishy sexy stoner science fiction comix from the mind and pen of Sir Brandon Graham, ladies and gentlemen.
retail price - $17.99 copacetic price - $16.25
The Wes Anderson Collection
by Matt Zoller Seitz
This massive (300+ pages) oversize (10+" x 12+") hardcover volume, packed with never-before-seen behind-the-scenes photographs from all of Wes Anderson's films kept selling out so fast during the holiday season that it wasn't in stock long enough for us to manage to list it here until now. On the textual side, an introduction by Michael Chabon gets the ball rolling, followed by prefatory remarks by Seitz, after which the book is divided into chapters devoted to Anderson's films in chronological order; starting with Bottle Rocket and going all the way through to Moonrise Kingdom. Each chapter opens with a relatively brief essay by Seitz which is then followed by a lengthy interview with Anderson about that chapter's film. It's hard to imagine a better book for a Wes Anderson fan.
retail price - $40.00 copacetic price - $35.00
Moonrise Kingdom (DVD/Blu-Ray/Digital Copy/Ultraviolet)
directed by Wes Anderson
And, just for the record, we're putting it out there that we have this everything-but-the-kitchen-sink edition of Mr. Anderson's soon-not-to-be-latest film available for anyone who would like it to grace their physical and/or virtual homes. Includes bonus features, "A Look Inside Moonrise Kingdom," "Welcome to the Island of New Penzance" and "Set Tour with Bill Murray." Moonrise Kingdom presents a (very retro) take on an all-American adolescence in all its glory, as only Wes Anderson can.
retail price - $29.95 copacetic price - $19.98
Spirits of the Dead (Blu-Ray)
directed by Roger Vadim, Louis Malle and Federico Fellini
A portmanteau film of three filmic adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe tales originally released in 1968, Spirits of the Dead is a must-see by virtue of its inclusion of the one-of-a-kind Toby Dammit, Federico Fellini's amazing adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's "Never Bet the Devil Your Head" featuring Terence Stamp; a crucial document of the era as well as an amazing cinematic experience. At long last, after the DVD debacle in which a French language print was used as the master, rather than the original, multi-language (primarily Italian and English) version, this Blu-Ray edition gives us the real goods. The booklet included with the film includes essays by Tim Lucas and Peter Bondanella along with reproductions of lobby cards and international posters.
retail price - $34.95 copacetic price - $25.75
Items from our February 2014 listings may now be purchased online at our eComerce site, HERE.
New for January 2014
Mould Map 3
edited by Hugh Frost & Leon Sadler
One of the most anticipated works of 2013 makes its debut as the first major (Copacetic) comics release of 2014. The anthology's declared theme is: "An exploration of the ways in which network technologies mediate our experience of each other and our surroundings." Fans of Kramers Ergot in specific and PictureBox publications in general will find much to engage them here in this 224 page, 9 Pantone colour anthology featuring all new work from 35 leaders of contemporary narrative art locked in struggle with the dominant cultural paradigms. This struggle takes place in comics work of all stripes, from erotic embrace to violent rejection, from formal deconstructions to fun-filled fantasias. Take a minute to peruse the contributor list: Aidan Koch — Amalia Ulman — Angie Wang — Ben Mendelewicz — Blaise Larmee — Brenna Murphy — CF — Cody Cobb — Daniel Swan — Dmitry Sergeev — Gabriel Corbera — GHXYK2 — Hugh Frost — Jacob Ciocci — James Jarvis — Joseph Kelly — Jonas Delaborde — Jonathan Chandler — Jonny Negron — Julien Ceccaldi —Karn Piana — Kilian Eng — Lala Albert — Lando — Leon Sadler — Matthew Lock— Noel Freibert — Olivier Schrauwen — Robert Beatty — Sam Alden — Sammy Harkham — Simon Hanselmann — Stefan Sadler — Viktor Hachmang & Yuichi Yokoyama. Then head over to the original Kickstarter site for the project, where you can feast your eyes on plenty of preview art and further details. SPECIAL BONUS: Each copy comes packaged together with 3 posters and 3 prints!
copacetic price - sold out!
by Michael DeForge
It's here: the deluxe full color, 112 page, horizontally formatted hardcover collection of Michael DeForge's internet work, Ant Comic. A high intensity allegory rendered in dazzling full color and employing DeForge's personal cartooning language to great advantage, Ant Colony is a wholly original work that is not to be missed. In the words of no less a comics authority than Jaime Hernandez, "DeForge is one of those rare comics naturals and Ant Colony proves it."
retail price - $21.95 copacetic price - $19.75
Miss Fury: 1941 - 1944
by Tarpe Mills
In glorious full color at last, here are the first four years of this wildly original series of Sunday comics pages – that were also collected in comic book form by Timely (Marvel, back when) Comics. These are the strips that inspired us to write the following upon the occasion of their reprinting in black and white a few years back under Greg Theakston's Pure Imagination imprint: "You want a gorgeously drawn, action packed, golden age super hero comic book, that centers on the adventures of an occasionally costume-clad heroine that's written and drawn by a woman and that, while it doesn't shy away from presenting its readers with a gaggle of curvaceous gals, is clearly the product of feminist thinking? What's that? You thought no such thing exists? Well, that's where you'd be wrong, as Miss Fury by Tarpe Mills fits the bill in spades. As these comics were created during WWII, Miss Fury is not only compelled to deal with thugs, burglars and blackmailers -- as well as a femme fatale, a petulant boyfriend and an amoral seductress bent on getting him -- but also Nazi spys and soldiers: the major villian is a Nazi general, who, while clearly evil, is nevertheless surprisingly presented as courageous and heroic -- a far cry from the typical comic book caricatures of vicious bunglers, and a highly unusual example of ambivalence in the face of the enemy. Perhaps most fascinating is that during the Nazi invasion of Brazil (we told you this story was action packed) a fiery Latina forges an alliance with rugged gauchos and rainforest indians to repel the Nazi attack (assisted by Miss Fury, naturally) -- shades of today's leftist alliances to save the rainforest from rapacious multinational conglomerates. This book is a revelation!" This new, full color, oversize hardcover edition is beautifully printed. It is edited by Trina Robbins, who has assiduously included plenty of bonus features, including rare earlier work by Ms. Mills. Check it out!
retail price - $49.99 copacetic price - $44.44
by Matthew Thurber
The creator of 1-800-MICE returns with this one-of-a-kind graphic novel that lies on the comics spectrum somewhere between Michael Kupperman's Tales Designed to Thrizzle and Chester Brown's Ed the Happy Clown. Infomaniacs provides readers with a hardcover volume filled with 192, 8" x 11" pages of stream of consciousness comics exploring the ongoing mutations occurring in human consciousness as a result of our ever increasing engagment with and reliance upon internet connected computing.
retail price - $22.99 copacetic price - $20.00
Comics Workbook Magazine #2
edited by Andrew White, Zach Mason & Frank Santoro
The print magazine component to the online proponent of up and coming independent comics founded by Frank Santoro is back with a second bi-monthly issue. This 16 page 8 1/2" x 11" black and white magazine features an interview with Lala Albert by Frank Santoro, an essay on the learning process of becoming a cartoonist by Whit Taylor, and a guide to securing arts funding for comics by Warren Craghead which is more than worth the price of admission all by itself. Also on hand are new comics by Evie Cahir, Derik Badman, Jen Rickert, and Sasha Steinberg. How can you turn down the chance to get all this for two dollars?
retail price - $2.00 copacetic price - $2.00
Comics Workbook #2: Variations/Deconstructions
by Andrew White
A flipbook collecting all of the comics in the Variations series (on one side) and the Deconstructions series (on the other side) from White's ongoing contributions to Comics Workbook. White's work continues to explore the innate formal qualities of comics in intelligent and intriguing ways. Comics readers, students and practitioners will have to really dig to find this kind of work anywhere else, so save yourself the trouble and just buy this. 26 pages. Full color. 8.5 x 11.
retail price - $8.00 copacetic price - $7.50
by Michel Fiffe
This is it! The final issue of Michel Fiffe's sensational series. Dedicated fans need not despair, however, as Fiffe states in the closing comments at the back of the book: "Rest assured – Copra will return."
retail price - $5.00 copacetic price - $4.44
The Cartoon Picayune #6
edited by Josh Kramer
The theme of the latest issue of the only regularly published comics periodical solely devoted to journalism is – appropriately enough – "Small Worlds." It's 36 pages present two feature articles – "Reef" by Adrian Pijoan and "Fernando and the Furries" by Pittsburgh-based cartoonist, Bill Volk – as well as two news briefs – "Henry Darger and What Is Known as the Reals of Unreal" by JTW and "Goods Hands: A Chance Meeting Echoes" by Jackie Roche. Check it out!
retail price - $4.00 copacetic price - $4.00
King-Cat Comix and Stories #74
by John Porcellino
A diaristic essay, a series of one-pagers, one true story, a pictoral essay on "The Bridges of South Beloit," a comics portrait of a state, "Tennessee," and "Batty Batty Batty, Part II" – along with the regular features Cat Calls and King-Cat Top 40 – make up the contents of the latest from mini-comic founding father, John Porcellino.
retail price - $4.00 copacetic price - $4.00
by Matt Baker; introduction by Bob Burden
Long suffering Matt Baker fans are at last rewarded with this full color hardcover collection of the complete Canteen Kate. Featuring 160 pages of humorous hi-jinx from the early 1950s, the stories that make up this volume comprise a silly symphony of fighting man fantasies featuring the curvaceous Kate Revere, her comic foil and "everyman" marine, Private Al Smith and the bane of their respective existences, the ever angry Major Herringbone. Comics books like they used to be!
retail price - $28.99 copacetic price - $27.77
Items from our January 2014 listings may now be purchased online at our eComerce site, HERE.
New for December 2013
The Great War: An Illustrated Panorama
by Joe Sacco
Sub-titled, "July 1, 1916: The First Day of the Battle of the Somme", The Great War presents in a single image a visual distillation of the events of that day. While this is not the first 20+ foot-long single image comics book that has come our way – that honor going to Helge Reumann and Xavier Robel's hyper kinetic Elvis Road, originally published in Switzerland in 2002 by Pipifax, and then in the USA by Buenaventurra Press in 2007. But whereas Elvis Road presented a frenzied instant of urban chaos that was unreadable – in the sense that there was simply no way to narratively digest the complexity of the image; all one could do was bask in the feeling of being overwhelmed by the impossibility of taking it all in (which was, of course, the point) – in The Great War, Sacco has devised an elegant and ingenious synthesis of single image and narrative progression. All 24 feet of the drawing that makes up The Great War are devoted to delivering a seamless flow of the story of that day, from the pacing general, through the supply lines heading to the front, to the trench diggers, through the troops themselves in full battle action on to the medical teams removing the dead and wounded to the hospital tents and finally to the cemetary - all in one single graceful comics equivalent of a artfully choreographed tracking shot. And then there is a mysterious shadow that looms over the center of it all, a shadow, that – at least here at The Copacetic Comics Company – brings to mind T.S. Eliot's 1925 poem, "The Hollow Men": Between the idea / And the reality / Between the motion / And the act / Falls the shadow. A true tour de force. Kudos to Mr. Sacco on his accomplishment.
retail price - $35.00 copacetic price - $29.75
by Junji Ito
Now, for the first time (in North America, anyway) all three volumes of this epic of weirdness are available in a single hardcover edition. This is a hefty, well-constructed, 648 page volume that contains everything that originally appeared in the three softcover volumes along with an afterword – at a lower price than the combined cost of the softcovers. Once you have entered Junji Ito's small fogbound town on the coast of Japan you will never again look at spirals in the same way again... "Spirals! This town is contaminated with spirals! – aaaiiieeeeee..."
retail price - $27.99 copacetic price - $24.75
by Taiyo Matsumoto
The second volume of Matsumoto's stunning new series on the lives of adolescent outcasts is here.
retail price - $22.99 copacetic price - $20.00
Showa: A History of Japan, 1926-1939
by Shigeru Mizuki
This 500+ page French-flapped softcover edition is but the first in Mizuki's epic history of Japan during the years leading up to and then encompassing The Second World War. Mizuki's trademark of highly detailed realism mixed with cartooned caricatures combines here to provide characters whom readers can empathize with as they traverse historically accurate landscapes.
retail price - $24.95 copacetic price - $22.22
by Jesse Reklaw
Jesse Reklaw's long-in-the-works Fantagraphics graphic memoir has arrived just in time for the holidays. Divided into five long chapter/ pieces – at least one of which ("Thirteen Cats of My Childhood") he self-published (way back in... 2006?). Four are presented here in a midnight blue pen & ink brushed ink wash tones, and the last – "Lessoned" – in a raging full-blast of color. The tone here ranges from whimsical to deranged as childhood, adolescence and young adulthood are revisited. Parents, relatives and friends are viewed through the respective prisms of each of these life stages, making for a multipoint perspective that provides some interesting contrasts. We've long been fans of Jesse's work here at Copacetic, and we'd like to do our part in introducing him to our customers, so, throughout the holidays we're offering Couch Tag at a special "get acquainted" price.
retail price - $26.99 copacetic special price - $19.99
by Jon Vermilyea
OK, while normally we refrain from cliché comparisons, it's hard to resist blurting out, "It's Where the Wild Things Are... on acid!" when bringing Fata Morgana to someone's attention. Now that we have that out of the way, Check out Koyama's online preview and see for yourself what we're talking about. Did we say Eye Candy?
retail price - $15.00 copacetic price - $13.75
by Ryan Cecil Smith
A mainstay of self-publishing for over half a decade, Ryan Cecil Smith joins the Koyama roster with the third issue of his well received galactic adventure series (space-pirates! scientist-fighters!), the first two issues of which have sold out (perhaps soon-to-be reprinted?). This issue is by far the most substantial and it has additionally benefited by receiving the "Koyama treatment". It sports a full color, semigloss cardstock cover, and then 64, red-edged 7" x 10" pages.
retail price - $10.00 copacetic price - $8.88
Pretty in Ink: North American Women Cartoonists, 1896-2013
by Trina Robbins
Pretty in Ink is, in some respects, a revised, updated and expanded version of Ms. Robbins's 1993 Kitchen Sink Press book, A Century of Women Cartoonists. There has, of course, been an explosion of new work by "North American Women Cartoonists" in the intervening twenty years, as well as plenty of new historical documentation and information concerning the same, so there was every reason for Trina to produce this new volume. In addition, whereas all reproductions in the former volume were in black and white, the current market allows for deluxe full color printing, and the 180 oversize pages constituting Pretty in Ink are full of them, making for an enjoyable, informative and educational read. The century of accomplishments in the face of adversity on display here are sure to inspire any aspiring cartoonist, regardless of gender.
retail price - $29.99 copacetic price - $25.00
Blue Is the Warmest Color
by Julie Maroh
And, speaking of women cartoonists, here's a notable work by one from outside of North America, Julie Maroh. This graphic novel created a bit of a sensation in her native France when in was published in 2010. It has now been both translated into English for North American readers, and been made into a film – which was awarded the "Palme d'Or" prize at the 2013 Cannes FIlm Festival, no less! Blue Is the Warmest Color is a 21st century update of the archetypal tale of tragically doomed young love. Despite the film winning at Cannes, the author of this graphic novel is not altogether pleased. The film was "freely adapted" from the graphic novel, and much was changed, so anyone interested in this tale should strongly consider reading the book before (or instead of) seeing the film.
retail price - $19.99 copacetic price - $18.88
by Simon Hanselmann
And now we head around the world and down under to enter the "Zone" created by Australian cartoonist Simon Hanselmann, who made his North American debut at CAB in November, accompanying the release of this book. Best known here for his Tumblr smash hit comic strip, Truth Zone, which appears on Frank Santoro's Comics Workbook Tumblr, Hanselmann's work has describe his work as being both "the South Park of comics criticism" and "about nervous breakdowns and horrible substance abuse"; or perhaps somewhere in between. Here, in "Life Zone", we have "four new Megg, Mogg, Owl & Werewolf Jones stories in luxurious full colo(u)r." Published by Space Face Books of Vermont.
retail price - $12.00- copacetic price - $11.00
Do Not Disturb My Waking Dream
by Laura Park
Idle away some moments with a fellow ink-stained inmate struggling to escape the mundane in this tangibly appealing mini published by Uncivilized Books.
retail price - $4.00 copacetic price - $4.00
Madison Square Tragedy
bu Rick Geary
The latest in Geary's long-running series of infamous murders has a Pittsburgh connection. The subject of this particular murder, Stanford White, was, at the turn of the last centurty, one of New York City's most famous architects. He was more than a bit of a playboy, and his most famous playmate was Evelyn Nesbit, who went on to become the most important model for the illustrator Charles Dana Gibson, becoming in the process, basically, the mold from which "the Gibson Girl" – which became synonomous with the glamor of the era – was made. Nesbit went on to marry a Pittsburgh heir with a dark side, who became obsessed with Nesbit's earlier relationship with White, and the rest is history – of the scandalous, era-specific sort that it is Geary's specialty in recreating.
retail price - $15.99 copacetic price - $14.44
by Rich Tommaso
Another action packed comic book from Rich Tommaso! Published by his own Recoil imprint (file under Historical/Fantasy) Vikings' End combines viking legend, European history, a love story and, of course, bloody viking battles – all together and with more than one unexpected twist. To be continued!
retail price - $6.95 copacetic price - $6.25
by Frederik Peeters; introduction by Moebius (!)
We've listed and sold several other Peeters works here at Copacetic, but always they were done in collaboration with a writer. This is the first of which he is the sole author, and it's a doozy! When this full color hardcover was originally published in France in 2009, Europe's most important cartoonist had this to say: "Pachyderme describes my own unease. I want artists to take me far from every sensation I've ever felt before, into territory that is less the perversion than the reflection of some intimate, forceful urge. In Pachyderme lies something mysterious and obvious that must, above all, not be explained." -- Jean Giraud / Moebius (excerpted from his introduction to this volume).
retail price - $19.99 copacetic price - $17.77
by David Prudhomme
In 1930s Greece, the country was governed by a military dictatorship and the musical counter culture was made up of rebellious rebitis who loved to smoke hash, drink ouzo, beat each other up, dance, sing, and, most of all, play a music known as rebetiko (aka the Greek blues) on their bouzoukis. While these cocks of the walk seemed fond of making an impression on the ladies, they seem most of all interested in each other here in this delicately rendered full color graphic novel that was also originally published in France in 2009.
retail price - $22.99 copacetic price - $20.00
Maria M., Book One
by Gilbert Hernandez
The latest in Beto's B-Movie series "starring" Fritzi is but the first of two parts...
retail price - $22.99 copacetic price - $20.00
The Best American Comics 2013
edited by Jeff Smith
This year's editor, Jeff Smith, famous for his epic cartoon fantasy, Bone, has – in addition to excerpting the latest from comics standard bearers like Alison Bechdel, Craig Thompson, Paul Pope, Terry Moore, et al – has scored some excellent work by some of today's most adventurous younger cartooonists, including Michael DeForge, Sam Alden, Jesse Jacobs, Laura Park, Sophie Goldstein and Malachi Ward. And there is plenty more great work by others who fall inbetween these two camps, such as Sammy Harkham, Joseph Lambert, Leela Corman, Derf Backderf and many others. It's simply another great Best American anthology. Great job, Jeff!
retail price - $24.99 copacetic price - $22.50
The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2013
edited by Dave Eggars & Co.
The Best American Short Stories 2013
edited by Elizabeth Strout
The Best American Essays 2013
edited by Cheryl Strayed
The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2013
edited by Siddhartha Mukherjee
The Best American Poetry 2013
edited by Denise Duhamel
And while we're on the topic of Best American here's the latest batch. All-American, all good. It's hard to go wrong.
retail price - $14.99 copacetic price - $13.75
and then there's...
The Best American Infographics 2013
edited by Gareth Cooke; introduction by David Byrne
A sure sign of the times, the existence of this new addition to the Best American series gives us a chance to focus on this not-too-distant cousin of comics. Infographics – a classificatory label that much more accurately represents the function of the form than that of comics – are delivery system for intellectual concepts that combine information and graphics in such a way to enable rapid assimilation/digestion in a manner that is not entirely dissimilar to the way comics combine text and image to quickly and efficiently deliver narratives: both are ever more in demand by today's time-starved populace.
retail price - $20.00 copacetic price - $18.00
by Eleanor Catton
This year's Man Booker prize winner was written by a young New Zealander. Here's a pre-award review from the Guardian UK, and here's a post-win review in the NYTimes... and here's a brief NYTimes look at Ms. Catton herself.
retail price - $27.00 copacetic price - $24.50
Items from our December 2013 listings may now be purchased online at our eComerce site, HERE.
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last updated 22 February 2014