Please Don t Step on My JNCO Jeans

From 2017 to 2019, cartoonist Noah Van Sciver was creating short stories and illustrations for local magazines and alt-weeklies, in order to serve as what he calls a personal "survival mechanism.

Author: Noah Van Sciver

Publisher: Fantagraphics Books

ISBN: 9781683963752

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 88

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From 2017 to 2019, cartoonist Noah Van Sciver was creating short stories and illustrations for local magazines and alt-weeklies, in order to serve as what he calls a personal "survival mechanism." All of these comics are collected for the first time in Please Don’t Step On My JNCO Jeans. When do you know you're too old to trick-or-treat? What's the best way to effectively dispose of those teenage ode-filled journals? Where do cherished cereal box prizes go when you grow up? JNCO Jeans, mostly told through one-pagers, holds observations, reflections, and breakthroughs from one of the most prolific and inspirational cartoonists of his generation.
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Now 10

Her work previously appeared on the cover of the very first issue of NOW (“Plan B on Easter Sunday”). ... including The Complete Works of Fante Bukowski and, most recently, Please Don't Step On My JNCO Jeans (both from Fantagraphics).

Author: Various Authors

Publisher: Fantagraphics Books

ISBN: 9781683963998

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

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As Now hits its landmark tenth issue, what better time to bring back the cover artist who launched the series? Painter and cartoonist Rebecca Morgan returns with one of her signature depictions of the underbelly of America. Meanwhile, the issue also features new work by a number of familiar names, such as Steven Weissman, Tim Lane, and Walt Holcombe. Young Frances creator Hartley Lin contributes his first piece to the magazine, as does Italian cartoonist Sylvia Rocchi and American cartoonist M.S. Harkness ― with a piece about competitive weightlifting during the Covid-19 pandemic! Along with other surprises, Now #10 includes one other special feature: a tribute to the late cartoonist Richard Sala (1954-2020), a cartoonist who built his long career contributing to various anthologies of the 1980s, including the legendary Raw magazine. We are pleased to present nine previously unpublished pages of comics by Sala, all created as an art student in the 1970s and presaging a prolific and brilliant oeuvre to come. Also: comics by Nick Thorburn, Jacob Weinstein, Joakim Drescher, and Julia Gfrörer.
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