Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Book on the horizon


I've done some mini-comics in the past.

I started doing mini-comics because I thought it would be an easy way to force myself to produce longer humorous stories. And it worked. Sorta.

What really happened along side of the longer stories was a format of graphics criticism and a representation of me on a tall horse making proclamations about typography.

And that was fun, too.

Anyway, I've now gathered all the mini-comics into a book, "The Big All Small Comics Collection." It's 180 or so pages of comics from 1983 to 2017. Since it's mini comics, the book is mini-comic sized, 4.25 by 5.5 inches. Plus an index of topics and people mentioned.

I hope to be selling the book at the upcoming SpringCon Comics convention in Minneapolis. Saturday and Sunday, May 20 - 21. Perhaps I'll see you there!

4 comments:

Lisa Celotto said...

David, I just happened to have unearthed a box of small press comics circa 1986 and among them, your All Small #4 - what a gem! I must have exchanged comics with you at this time - or found you through the Small Press Comics Explosion magazine. I put out a more ham-fisted graphic effort called Ted which "ran" for 5 issues. How exciting to see this book looming in the east - I will watch for it!

Lisa Celotto said...

Would you permit me to post a couple of pics on my fb to friends only, showing a sample of the pieces I found?

David Steinlicht said...

Lisa, Thanks for the comment! Of course you can post a couple pics of All Small #4 to your Facebook feed. Help yourself.

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