Monthly Archive for July, 2009

Top 10 Last Week

This is for the week 7/19/09-7/25/09:


1. The Believer #64: The Music Issue $10.00

2. Make Your Place: Affordable Sustainable Nesting Skills by Raleigh Briggs (Microcosm) $7.00

3. Boneshaker #42-100: Bicycling Almanac $5.00

4. Cometbus #52 by Aaron Cometbus $3.00

5. The Point #1 Spr 09 $10.00

6. Tales Designed to Thrizzle vol 1 by Michael Kupperman (Fantagraphics) $24.99

7. Fart Party vol 2 by Julia Wertz (Atomic) $13.95

8. Rough Guide To Bicycle Maintenance $2.00

9. As of Yet Unseen by Jeremy Tinder $3.00

10. Sad Animals by Adam Meuse $4.00

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New Stuff This Week

You Shall Die By Your Own Evil Creation by Fletcher Hanks and Paul Karasik (Fantagraphics) $24.99

No (Heartworm #33) by Boyd Rice (Heartworm) $14.9

Who Killed Amanda Palmer by Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer (JSR) $16.99 – Photos of Ms. Palmer (from the band the Dresdon Dolls) in various dead body scenarios, based on her lyrics. With accompanying short stories by Neil Gaiman!

Prurient Rose Pillar (Heartworm) $110.00 – Text and photo accompaniment. Comes with record.

Packing Inferno: The Unmaking of a Marine by Tyler E Boudreau (Feral House) $16.95 – See the author at Quimby’s August 12th!

From Wonderland With Love: Danish Comics in the Third Millennium by Steffin P Maarup (Fantagraphics) $29.99

Paul Thek Artists Artist by Harold Falckenberg and Peter Weibel (MIT Press) $54.95

Milk Milk Lemonaid #13 $.50

Black Velvet #61 $6.25

The Virgin Project ed. by KD Boze and Stasia Kato $25.00 – Exactly what you want it to be: comics about the very topic.

Of Walking In Ice Munich Paris 23 November to 14 December 1974 by Werner Herzog (Free Association) $25.00 – Reprint of the classic novella by Herzog about his winter hike in hopes to heal his dear friend.

Tiny Meat Enid Wallet $4.00 – The time has come. Fan fiction wallets.

There’s Something Wrong With Sven by Greg Gerke $10.00 – Don’t miss him here August 13th!

Bomb It DVD $26.95 –  Fascinating  film by Jon Reiss, a look at global graffiti culture.

Spacedog by Hendrik Dorgathen (Gingko) $12.95 – Graphic novel or artist illustrated no word art book? You be the judge.

L’Invasion de Paris (Gingko)  $35.00 – featuring the work of Space Invader

Lenore vol 2 #1 by Roman Dirge (SLG) $3.99

Medicine Cabinet Of Curiosities: An Unconventional Compendium of Health Facts And Oddities by Nicholas Bakalar (Times) $15.00

Ray Bradburys Farenheit 451: Authorized Adaptation by Tim Hamilton (Hill&Wang) $16.95 – In graphic novel form!

Chicago Neon Signs by Dan Zamudio (Wicker Park Press) $24.95/ Water Tanks Of Chicago A Vanishing Legacy: Photographs and Paintings by Larry W Green (Wicker Park Press) $19.95 -Wanna give your friends a feel for Chicago? Support local presses and buy these poignant photo books.

Kilter #4 Sum 09 $5.00

Boneshaker #42-100: Bicycling Almanac $5.00

Spread Vol 5 #1 Sum 09 $5.95

Fake Your Own Death #2 $10.00 – Comes with CD.

Surrogates Flesh and Bone by Robert Venditti and Brett Weldele (Top Shelf) $14.95

The Lost Girls by Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie (Top Shelf) $45.00 – Couldn’t afford it in the fancy purple box? Get it in this fancy hardcover.

Late Fauna of Early North America by Scott Musgrove (Billy Shire Fine Arts) $34.95 – Deluxe reprint of an old classic. For fans of dark but cute blobby creatures.

Papercutter #10 (Tugboat)  $4.00 – Featuring works from Damien Jay, Jesse Reklaw and Minty Lewis.

Heeb #92 $5.99

Juxtapoz Aug 09 $5.99


Aug ’09
7:00 pm

Various works meant to warp your world view. Wither its laughing at the bizarre, reaching for the steak knife under the weight of melodic verses, or simply trying to contain a shiver, you will find yourself left slightly askew. Fresh from his stay at the psych ward SEAN FELIX exposes fragments of his mind without requiring the tokens usually necessary for a peepshow of this caliber. Subjects ranging from battles against a twisted god to the murder of a girlfriends mother will leave you wanting to reread the fluid narratives. Little girls with knife fixations, critiques toward the art world, man’s murderous narcissism, and the slow death that encompasses so many relationships are just pieces of a whole. Come hear a verbal menagerie of morbid curiosity, YOU ARE INVITED.

NAMELESS FACES is a collection of short stories, excerpts, poetry, and rants. Inspired in part by actual events and also by events only taking place inside the authors head, distinguishing the two is a constant challenge. Sean Felix reflects on the abstractly complex as well as the absurdly apparent which binds us all. You will be only spectators awaiting the ambulance to arrive at the scene of the collision.

SEAN FELIX is a resident of Chicago, is fascinated by pork products, hates electrical engineers, and is plotting to destroy straight leg pants (ladies, your feet look like elephant ears because of them, get a clue). This is the first of his viral distributions.

Twitter Updates for 2009-07-23

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