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Ah, it's been too long since Chris Ware wiped the smile off my face. You can see the comic strip he created for the New Yorker here. Via the whole internet.
And a few more links:
1. Choose Your Own Adventure parody cover features a lot of great monsters.
2. Photos of the Spider-Man 3 3/4" figures.
3. This year's winner of the Nobel Prize for literature is someone you've never heard of.
*Previously: No one can bring me down quite like Chris Ware.
*Buy Acme Novelty Library collections at Amazon.
Friday, November 28, 2008
Cinefamily organizes classic movie showings at a movie theater in Los Angeles. Tonight they're showing "Tokyo Story" and "Brothers and Sisters of the Toda Family." Chris Ware illustrated the cover of the latest Cinefamily program, which I believe is inspired by Tokyo Story. Three panels, no dialogue, and almost no movement, and yet it's tremendously depressing:
Here's the trailer for Tokyo Story, which does seem to be pretty depressing:
You can download a pdf of the Cinefamily program here, and view the calendar of events here. They're showing Alice in Wonderland tomorrow. Via.
*Previously: Batman papercraft by Ware.
*If you've been a little too cheerful, buy Chris Ware comics at Amazon.