Comics Dementia

Comics Dementia Comics Dementia collects unexpected treasures oddities and rarities from outposts of the Love and Rockets galaxy by one of Earth s greatest living cartoonists Gilbert Hernandez Saints sinners an

  • Title: Comics Dementia
  • Author: Gilbert Hernández
  • ISBN: 9781606999073
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • Comics Dementia collects unexpected treasures, oddities, and rarities from outposts of the Love and Rockets galaxy, by one of Earth s greatest living cartoonists, Gilbert Hernandez Saints, sinners, and the Candide like Roy mingle in jungles, in fables, in outer space in cocktail lounges and living rooms Ditko meets Melville meets Bob Hope but the party really starts bumComics Dementia collects unexpected treasures, oddities, and rarities from outposts of the Love and Rockets galaxy, by one of Earth s greatest living cartoonists, Gilbert Hernandez Saints, sinners, and the Candide like Roy mingle in jungles, in fables, in outer space in cocktail lounges and living rooms Ditko meets Melville meets Bob Hope but the party really starts bumping when the Alfred E Neuman of the LR verse, Errata Stigmata, makes her entrance Many of these stories haven t been available since their original appearance in comic shops in the 1990s.

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    About "Gilbert Hernández"

    1. Gilbert Hernández

      Gilbert and his brother Jaime Hern ndez often write together under the name Los Bros Hernandez.Gilbert Hernandez, born in 1957, enjoyed a pleasant childhood in Oxnard, California, with four brothers and one sister In Gilbert s words, they were born into a world with comic books in the house His childhood enthusiasm for the medium was equaled only by his appetite for punk rock.Initiated by older brother Mario and bankrolled by younger brother Ismael, Gilbert created Love and Rockets 1 with his brother Jaime in 1981 Over 30 years later, the series is regarded as a modern classic and the Hernandez brothers continue to create some of the most startling, original, and intelligent comic art ever seen.From 1983 to 1996, Gilbert produced the now legendary Palomar saga, collected in the graphic novels Heartbreak Soup and Human Diastrophism, and considered to be one of the defining bodies of literature of its era.Gilbert lives in Las Vegas, NV, with his wife Carol and daughter Natalia.

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    1. A collection of Gilbert's shorter pieces, or non-Palomar/Luba/Fritz narratives, that haven't yet seen publication in the latest format from Fantagraphics. There are some selections going back to the first volume of L&R, but most here are stories from the 2000s. The most prominent character or storyline in this volume is Roy. And these are fun, sarcastic, and self-reflexive stories, nothing as heavy or labyrinthine as much of his other narratives (specifically the Fritz stories) in the L& [...]



    2. As the title says: "comics dementia", in a nutshell while reading you must expect the unexpected. Climax of all the crazy /"out of the blue" pages of love and rockets in one volume.Good balance between comics giving you the feeling "WHAT THE F***?!" and some wisdom making you think "HO that's clever!!!". An advice read it with a distant mind to go with the flow that ain't there.If you take the time to enjoy the facial expressions and the atmosphere of each and every bubble it can take you few da [...]



    3. This graphic novel contains various shorts featuring some of the characters from the Hernandez Brothers' massive Love and Rockets world, including Princess Anima, Roy, and Errata Stigmata. It's an exercise in absurdity with the stories drawn by Gilbert Hernandez having no discernible plot, point, or beginning. I didn't really like it. I found it confusing, pointless, and unfunny. I enjoyed Jaime Hernandez' forays into Princess Anima, but there was so little of that that I basically gave up aroun [...]



    4. Not the place to begin with Love & Rockets or Los Bros. Hernandez, Comics Dementia puts in one volume more than twenty years of uncollected vignettes by Gilbert Hernandez. Some of this is nuts, as ever; all of it is amazing, if uneven. If you love his work, here are whole continuities and groups of characters overlooked in other volumes; no Heartbreak Soup group here, though.Recommended.


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