Acme Novelty Library #20: Lint Discussion Guide: Home
Articles, Interviews, and Reviews
- Comic Book Review: Acme Novelty Library #20: LintPublishers Weekly, November 29, 2010.
- Chris Ware’s ACME Novelty Library, #20: It Gets WorseThe L Magazine, November 17, 2010.
- Interview: Chris WareAV Club, May, 2, 2001.
- 'There is a magic when you read an image that moves in your mind'The Guardian, October 11, 2013.
- Chris Ware, Everyday Genius1843 Magazine, September / October 2013.
Other Works by Chris Ware
- Rusty Brown byISBN: 9780375424328
- Jimmy Corrigan byISBN: 9780375404535
- The Acme Novelty Library byISBN: 9780375422959
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Suggestions for further reading
- Wimbledon Green byISBN: 9781896597935From the critically acclaimed cartoonist of Clyde Fans and It's A Good Life comes a humorous graphic novel on the obsession of comic-book collecting. Taking a break from the serialization of his saga Clyde Fans and the design of The Complete Peanuts, critically acclaimed cartoonist and illustrator Seth creates a farcical world of the people whose passion lies in the need to own comic books and only in pristine, mint condition.
- Killing and Dying byISBN: 9781770462090Killing and Dying is a stunning showcase of the possibilities of the graphic novel medium and a wry exploration of loss, creative ambition, identity, and family dynamics. With this work, Adrian Tomine (Shortcomings, Scenes from an Impending Marriage) reaffirms his place not only as one of the most significant creators of contemporary comics but as one of the great voices of modern American literature.
- Breakdowns byISBN: 9780375423956Pulitzer Prize-winning Maus explores the comics form...and how it formed him! This book opens with Portrait of the Artist as a Young %@&*!, creating vignettes of the people, events, and comics that shaped Art Spiegelman. It traces the artist's evolution from a MAD-comics obsessed boy in Rego Park, Queens, to a neurotic adult examining the effect of his parents' memories of Auschwitz on his own son. The second part presents a facsimile of Breakdowns, the long-sought after collection of the artist's comics of the 1970s, the book that triggers these memories.