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Daniel Clowes
Daniel Clowes is the acclaimed cartoonist of the seminal comic book series EIGHTBALL, and the graphic novels GHOST WORLD, DAVID BORING, ICE HAVEN, WILSON, MR. WONDERFUL and THE DEATH-RAY as well as the subject of the monograph THE ART OF DANIEL CLOWES: MODERN CARTOONIST, published in conjunction... show more

Daniel Clowes is the acclaimed cartoonist of the seminal comic book series EIGHTBALL, and the graphic novels GHOST WORLD, DAVID BORING, ICE HAVEN, WILSON, MR. WONDERFUL and THE DEATH-RAY as well as the subject of the monograph THE ART OF DANIEL CLOWES: MODERN CARTOONIST, published in conjunction with a major retrospective at the Oakland Museum of California. He is an Oscar-nominated screenwriter, the recipient of numerous awards including the PEN Award for literature, Eisner, Harvey and Ignatz, and a frequent cover artist for the New Yorker. He is married and lives in Oakland, CA.
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Birth date: April 14, 1961
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An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge
An Un-Calibrated Centrifuge rated it 3 years ago
I read this for one of my summer classes. We had to read and annotate 10 comics/graphic novels. Here's the annotation I wrote for that class: Enid and Rebecca graduate from high school without solid plans for the future. They spend their summer wandering their town, observing and commenting on the...
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 5 years ago
When people ask me who to check out to be well read in the genre of graphic novels I always put Daniel Clowes on my starter list. He never fails to disappoint.
Julian Meynell's Books
Julian Meynell's Books rated it 6 years ago
Wilson is about a curmudgeonly possible sociopath trying unsuccessfully to connect with other human beings. It is divided into one page stories about Wilson, which advance the narrative. It has a little bit of a Lolita style self-delusion in the narrative, but is not totally consistent on that. T...
bookwookiee
bookwookiee rated it 7 years ago
This baffles me. I can't understand why it's so highly regarded. Sometimes it's fun to be a hater, sometimes it's cathartic, but this was exhausting. There were a few one-liners here and there that made me chuckle, and others that, embarrassingly, sound like something my friends and I would have sai...
LeahSL
LeahSL rated it 7 years ago
WHAT THE EFF. Hunter S. Thompson wrote Alice in Wonderland, directed by Wes Anderson.
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