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Farel Dalrymple
Farel Dalrymple's brand new book is an original 304-page water-colored comic book/graphic novel, The Wrenchies, from First Second Books.His other new book, Delusional, (Adhouse, 2013) is a 230-page collection of personal work, comic short stories, illustrations, and sketchbook material. Farel was... show more



Farel Dalrymple's brand new book is an original 304-page water-colored comic book/graphic novel, The Wrenchies, from First Second Books.His other new book, Delusional, (Adhouse, 2013) is a 230-page collection of personal work, comic short stories, illustrations, and sketchbook material. Farel was also the artist on Omega the Unknown (Marvel Comics), with author Jonathan Lethem. His creator owned comic book, Pop Gun War was a Xeric Grant recipient and won a gold medal from The Society of Illustrators. Farel is a co-founder of the comic anthology, Meathaus and has worked on a several Illustration and cartooning projects. He is currently residing in Oregon where he's working on a Pop Gun War follow up (Pop Gun War: Chain Letter), drawing his Eisner nominated web-comic, IT WILL ALL HURT for Studygroup Comics, and illustrating The Earfarmer, a science fiction love story for Dark Horse Presents with writer Chris Stevens.

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Birth date: March 18, 1972
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drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 2 years ago
I abandoned this after Part Two. This is a bit of a vanity project, mysterious and magical but disjointed and not particularly clear. Maybe I missed the point but, although the artwork is good enough, I wasn't enjoying it.
drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 4 years ago
I got all 5 volumes to read and review but gave up partway through Volume 1. Taking place on a world of strange fantastical creatures, John Prophet has a mission to complete. In sepia tones, the illustrations are not brilliant and the story does not always make sense. I couldn't be bothered with it...
drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 4 years ago
Not for me, this one. It's a surrealist story or stories based upon a strange collection of characters including a floating bespectacled fish: you get the idea. Black-and-white illustrations don't make it any better for me and it's just not my sort of comic collection. I'm sure that there are other ...
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 6 years ago
I have been waiting for something else by this guy since I grabbed [bc:Pop Gun War Volume 1|663861|Pop Gun War Volume 1|Farel Dalrymple|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1403202341s/663861.jpg|649927] from the library a few years back so when I saw this I was pretty excited. Have to say I didn't enjoy ...
Forrest Aguirre, in the Leaves
Forrest Aguirre, in the Leaves rated it 8 years ago
I've been really lucky lately. I seem to have had a long string of excellent graphic novels in my "to read" pile. Pop Gun War is no exception. Farel Dalrymple's art is complex and expressive, not only in this work, but in others, as well. It's hard to pin down the plotline of Pop Gun War, as it is m...
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