Some Jeffrey Catherine Jones work for Swank (in “Jones Touch”) in 1972, via Golden Age Comic Book Stories. Racy, seedy, earthy, trippy, and wonderful. Probably NSFW. Ok, very NSFW for most people. As one commenter said, “Lovely and disturbing…probably the way the artist meant them to be originally.”
Again, I cannot wait to see the documentary Better Things: The Life and Choices of Jeffrey Catherine Jones.
Jeffrey Catherine Jones documentary: Better Things. I can’t wait to see this. Can’t tell from the site when it will be out.
Maria Paz Cabardo (MacabFilms) set out to make the film, originally with Jones involved. She continued after Jones’ passing, and it looks like the film features interviews with some great folks: Louise Simonson, Berni Wrightson, Michael Kaluta, Neil Gaiman, Mike Mignola and more.
If you’re not reading Jenn Manley Lee's Dicebox, let me tell you that you’re missing an engrossing read. And, by the way, here’s an independent creator showing folks how it’s done. She’s on Twitter, too.
From the site:
Dicebox, an online graphic novel by Jenn Manley Lee, tells the story of an eventful year in the lives of Griffen & Molly, a couple of itinerant factory workers in a space-traveling future. Currently on Chase, Book Two of Four. Wander, Book One, can be read online in its entirety here and also bought as a printed volume there.
Dicebox updates on a weekly basis, mostly Tuesdays and sometimes again on Saturday.
Dicebox has its fair share of adult themes: sexual situations, innuendo, nudity, and bad language.
Poster for Tom Gauld's tour promoting his new book Goliath, “a graphic novel telling the story of David and Goliath from the giant’s point of view.” Well, now I want the book and the poster! Don’t see poster for sale anywhere, though. :(