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Wednesday, November 24, 2010


You know what makes good stocking stuffers?

I've got a couple of special deals for you:

1) The IWDY Comics Stocking Stuffer Special!
You get Brilliantly Ham-fisted, Your Disease Spread Quick, Neely Covers... Creeps!, Doppelgänger and Bound & Gagged all for $25! You save ten bucks!

A perfect gift for someone who's a fan of The Blot or Henry & Glenn Forever, but maybe hasn't read my other comics yet.
Plus they all fit perfectly in a stocking!

2) Free copy of Doppelgänger with any order!
That's right- my newest and most awesomest comic is free when you order anything else from my webstore.
Order The Blot - get a Doppelgänger.
Order a Moby Dick print - get a Doppelgänger.
Order a Doppelgänger - get a Doppelgänger!
etc... etc... etc...
Get it?

Orders must be received by December 15th so I can ship them in time for yr gift-giving. Everything (except prints) is shipping Priority Flat Rate envelope ($5 US Priority shipping, $12 International).


Saturday, November 06, 2010


A really nice review by Rob Clough of 3 books I did this year is up at The Comics Journal.
"he’s released a handful of gorgeous minicomics... In the past year, he’s become really ambitious with regard to his side projects, which speaks to his love of collaboration."
"It’s an affectionate send-up of the testosterone-soaked images of both singers by real fans, replete with lyrics-as-dialogue and all of the familiar iconography for both men. It’s less a poke at them than it is a parody of romance comics, overly-sensitive emo indy comics, and self-obsessed diary strips."

"The Neely-edited anthology Bound & Gagged is a far more accomplished and ambitious work, as 33 different cartoonists were asked to submit single-panel gag strips... All told, this is a beautifully-curated anthology with a clever premise that features cartoonists who raised their game."
"Neely took the idea of identical Popeyes battling each other from an old issue of his comic and turned it into a visceral examination of the ways in which our own id can lead to self-negating behavior."

And then you should buy these comics now.