Dash Shaw

COMICS & ANIMATION
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NEW BOOKS: Cosplayers and Doctors,
New School, 3 New Stories, and New Jobs.

Previously: BodyWorld and Bottomless Belly Button.

Recent Animations: New School, Seraph, and Wheel of Fortune.

dash (dot) austin (dot) shaw (at) gmail (dot) com
joshbcooley:

New School-Dash Shaw This book is fucking beautiful! #DashShaw #NewSchool #graphicnovels #design

Thanks. I appreciated that this tumblr post was tagged “#if you see a stone you must overturn it”. Thank you.

joshbcooley:

New School-Dash Shaw
This book is fucking beautiful!
#DashShaw #NewSchool #graphicnovels #design

Thanks. I appreciated that this tumblr post was tagged “#if you see a stone you must overturn it”. Thank you.

These days I’m working on the animation and reading about Quakerism and the Civil War.
This is a diagram I like from Friends for 300 Years by Howard Brinton.

These days I’m working on the animation and reading about Quakerism and the Civil War.

This is a diagram I like from Friends for 300 Years by Howard Brinton.

Lots of the raw animation pieces I do look like this. Hundreds of sheets of paper that look like this.

Lots of the raw animation pieces I do look like this. Hundreds of sheets of paper that look like this.

Chapter 4 of “remastered” BodyWorld is now running on Study Group.

Chapter 4 of “remastered” BodyWorld is now running on Study Group.

A drawing of Florent Ruppert (of Ruppert & Mulot) from 2009. I found it randomly on my computer. I don’t know why I’d scanned it.

A drawing of Florent Ruppert (of Ruppert & Mulot) from 2009. I found it randomly on my computer. I don’t know why I’d scanned it.

From Cosplayers 2: Tezukon, out in July. This issue is an ode to comic/anime conventions, especially lightly attended ones that take place in remote hotels.

fantagraphics:

Dash Shaw is having a prolific year, with no signs of slowing down. His newest graphic novel, Doctors, is due this Fall. As with his other sci-fi-tinged stories, Shaw uses futuristic technology to explore human issues — this time, the ethics and emotional impact of interrupted mortality.
In our downloadable preview, an older woman with a seemingly idyllic life finds romance with a younger man — but her daughter appears with an unbelievable claim that her life as she knows it is not what it seems.
Doctors will be on call (in stores) in September (and available at SPX) and you can reserve your copy today.

fantagraphics:

Dash Shaw is having a prolific year, with no signs of slowing down. His newest graphic novel, Doctors, is due this Fall. As with his other sci-fi-tinged stories, Shaw uses futuristic technology to explore human issues — this time, the ethics and emotional impact of interrupted mortality.

In our downloadable preview, an older woman with a seemingly idyllic life finds romance with a younger man — but her daughter appears with an unbelievable claim that her life as she knows it is not what it seems.

Doctors will be on call (in stores) in September (and available at SPX) and you can reserve your copy today.

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Comics Workbook Magazine #4 is available now from Copacetic Comics

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This issue features an interview with A. Degen by Graham Sigurdson, an essay on the Rothko Chapel (and minimalism in comics) by L. Nichols, a review of Andy Douglas Day’s Miss Hennipin by Sara Lautman, a translation of Barthélémy Schwartz’s 73 Notes on Comics from the French by Andrew White (with help from Schwartz), and new comic strips by Andrea Bjurst, Krystal DiFronzo, Inés Estrada, and Emma Louthan.

The cover was drawn by A. Degen.

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Limited quantities of #1, #2, and #3 are still available.

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Comics Workbook Magazine is put together by Andrew White (Editor / Wrangler), Zach Mason (Editorial Assistance + Design), and Frank Santoro (Editorial Supervision).

fantagraphics:

We just sent the files off to the printer for Dash Shaw's new graphic novel Doctors, so now’s a good time to show you the elegant all-new cover design by our capable newbie Keeli McCarthy. (If you liked the old version with the can-can line of doctors, don’t worry, that artwork is inside the book now.) A heady sci-fi tale that explores the human impact and ethical implications of advanced technology on an intimate level, in the vein of movies like Primer or Moon, Doctors posits a neurological afterlife and a machine that exploits it to revive the dead.
The first copies of the book will be available in September, and we will almost certainly have it in stock at SPX. To get your copy stat, pre-order today!

fantagraphics:

We just sent the files off to the printer for Dash Shaw's new graphic novel Doctors, so now’s a good time to show you the elegant all-new cover design by our capable newbie Keeli McCarthy. (If you liked the old version with the can-can line of doctors, don’t worry, that artwork is inside the book now.) A heady sci-fi tale that explores the human impact and ethical implications of advanced technology on an intimate level, in the vein of movies like Primer or Moon, Doctors posits a neurological afterlife and a machine that exploits it to revive the dead.

The first copies of the book will be available in September, and we will almost certainly have it in stock at SPX. To get your copy stat, pre-order today!