At Langsam they have a considerable graphic novel collection (at least, considering that I didn't expect there to be one at all), so I went ahead and took some out.
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American Splendor by Harvey Pekar (and others); It's a Good Life, If You Don't Weaken by Seth; Dogs and Water by Anders Nilsen; Britten and Brulightly by Hannah Berry; Wilson by Daniel Clowes; George Sprott by Seth.
He does his drawings entirely with a Sable brush, which explains why they're so lush.
I wish I could see the originals--they'd be so textured and human.
Of course on a second read you realize they're just young and stupid, like we all were/ are.
This was a giant monster of a post, I'll do something of an equal nature on my photographic work later.