Q and A With Comicbook Master Chris Ware

“If he didn’t work in comicbooks, Chris Ware would be famous by now. And he may yet be — after being selected for the Smithsonian’s design triennial,

“If he didn’t work in comicbooks, Chris Ware would be famous by now. And he may yet be — after being selected for the Smithsonian’s design triennial, and having his work published in the New Yorker, his first general-trade book, Jimmy Corrigan: Smartest Kid on Earth, will appear in September. ‘This is like welcoming James Joyce into the ranks of novel writers,’ says Art Spiegelman, another New Yorker artist and the author of Maus. ‘This new book seems to be another milestone in the demonstration of what [comics] can be.'” See also Right Way, Corrigan.


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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XPLANE