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Husband-and-wife cartoonist team Kevin Colden and Miss Lasko-gross are pleased to announce the formation of Dyclops, a comic and multimedia imprint to distribute new projects and out-of-print works from their extensive back catalog. The focus of Dyclops is present personal works in the tradition of DIY zine culture – directly from the artist to the consumer, no middle men, no filters.
In keeping with that aesthetic, the first title, available now through Comixology, is Miss Lasko-Gross 1994-2014, a retrospective anthology of uncollected ‘zine and short story work spanning the author’s two-decade long career. 50 pages long, it will reprint newly remastered versions of stories from the early issues of Lasko-Gross’s Riot Grrl comic zine AIM as well as more recent works.
Additionally, Dyclops will serve as a venue for film, music and other multimedia projects from both Colden and Lasko-Gross. Upcoming releases include Colden’s Antioch and collected Baby With a Mohawk short stories.
MLG 1994-2014 (at Comixology): http://cmxl.gy/1jRExGt
One of the rare gems I retrieved from my parents’ garage over the holiday. Everything you need to know about the is right on the cover.
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I am not going to miss 2013. There were a number of high points (The Crow collection, Moon Lake, drawing covers for Joe Palooka, working on a short story with Steve Niles), but this one ended up being the nadir of a few years of bad personal luck.
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Here’s to a fine 2013 and an even better 2014! From my family & Chuck Dickens to you and yours.
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In my first real stab at self-publishing, I’ll be releasing the first part of my new solo work in the first quarter of the year. Two years in the making, it’s called Ἀντιόχεια, it’s a grail romance, and it will tear your balls off.
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A few images from Altern80’s, the book David Gallaher and I are working on about an alternate 1980’s where John Lennon lived and Ronald Reagan died. Will it materialize? No man can say, but if it gets done I guarantee it’ll be more successful than trickle-down economics.
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