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Icons: The DC Comics & Wildstorm Art of Jim Lee by Parka81 on Flickr.Via Flickr:
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One of the very first autobiographical graphic novels to come from France, Lewis Trondheim’s Approximate Continuum Comics set the standard for the honest, often hilarious chronicling of a cartoonist’s life. Trondheim’s typically graceful, confident cartooning shows him wrestling with his own demons (sometimes, in dream sequences, literally) and an often malevolent world, while trying to maintain his rising career as one of Europe’s most beloved cartoonists.
Approximate Continuum finally brings American readers the first portion of the “Trondheim autobio trilogy” that also comprises the Eisner-nominated “At Loose Ends” meditation serialized in Mome and the “Little Nothings” series of short slice-of-life stories.
This volume contains the first three chapters serialized in The Nimrod comic book (praised as “A rewarding, pleasurable and entertaining read from a fine talent… well worth the cover price” by The Comics Reporter), the last three (never-before-translated) chapters, and a hilarious “rebuttal” section in which Trondheim’s family and cartoonist friends (including Epileptic creator David B. and Trondheim’s mom) dispute (or ruefully agree with) Trondheim’s depictions.
160-page black & white 6.75” x 10.25” softcover
ISBN: 978-1-60699-410-8

Approximate Continuum Comics by Lewis Trondheim - detail by fantagraphics on Flickr.

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One of the very first autobiographical graphic novels to come from France, Lewis Trondheim’s Approximate Continuum Comics set the standard for the honest, often hilarious chronicling of a cartoonist’s life. Trondheim’s typically graceful, confident cartooning shows him wrestling with his own demons (sometimes, in dream sequences, literally) and an often malevolent world, while trying to maintain his rising career as one of Europe’s most beloved cartoonists.

Approximate Continuum finally brings American readers the first portion of the “Trondheim autobio trilogy” that also comprises the Eisner-nominated “At Loose Ends” meditation serialized in Mome and the “Little Nothings” series of short slice-of-life stories.

This volume contains the first three chapters serialized in The Nimrod comic book (praised as “A rewarding, pleasurable and entertaining read from a fine talent… well worth the cover price” by The Comics Reporter), the last three (never-before-translated) chapters, and a hilarious “rebuttal” section in which Trondheim’s family and cartoonist friends (including Epileptic creator David B. and Trondheim’s mom) dispute (or ruefully agree with) Trondheim’s depictions.

160-page black & white 6.75” x 10.25” softcover
ISBN: 978-1-60699-410-8

Archie Comics #5 by Marxchivist on Flickr.Via Flickr:
November 1943.

Archie Comics #5 by Marxchivist on Flickr.

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November 1943.

Bandas Orientales: Historical Comics for the XO by Christoph Derndorfer on Flickr.Via Flickr:www.bandasorientales.com.uy/
Stan Lee’s How to Draw Comics by Parka81 on Flickr.Via Flickr:
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Stan Lee’s How to Draw Comics by Parka81 on Flickr.

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Comics by Ryan Brunsvold on Flickr.Via Flickr:
So a guy I know asked if I wanted his old comics that he bought growing up in London. 
I am floored at how wonderful these comics are. This is just a very, very small sample of what I’ve found so far.

Comics by Ryan Brunsvold on Flickr.

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So a guy I know asked if I wanted his old comics that he bought growing up in London.

I am floored at how wonderful these comics are. This is just a very, very small sample of what I’ve found so far.