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Links 31 through 40 of 841 by Margaret Liss tagged cerebus

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"Like most things that involve dramatic comics personalities the thought of providing contextual material on the following is enough to make me not want to do the article at all but, basically, Dave Sim wrote an editorial that said he was ending Glamourpuss and that he was essentially preparing in one way or another to leave comics altogether. Since that editorial, Sim suffered a setback in the production of Kickstarter-driven High Society. For me it was an editorial worth noting because Sim's an intriguing figure, important in modern comics history and to me his situation may serve to refocus some of our attention on the potential situation facing a lot of indie/alt cartoonists prominent from 1975 to 1995."

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"I know from Twitter you've been reading through Dave Sim's "Cerebus" lately. Has that influenced your process at all?

I first attempted to read through "Cerebus" over ten years ago and stalled out at 'Reads.' I just couldn't make it through the Viktor Reid material. This time around I found that stuff enthralling. I think having a decade of work in comics publishing shed a different light on the proceedings. Same with the beginning of the Viktor Davis stuff. The end of it... well... I'll get to that in a sec."

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"The final issue (number 26) of Glamourpuss contained a rather sad closing letter from Dave to his fans (“my almost totally silent audience of 2,400″ as he calls us) describing what he sees as the rather depressive conclusion to what is arguably one of the most important, astonishing cartooning careers in comic book history."

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"What is important is that I am going to take issue #109 from April 1988 and make a soundtrack to a comic titled Abhorring Vacuums (sweet title). Lets get epic!"

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