Suzy loves Jesus.
Perhaps a little too much sometimes.
From Martian Lit and the pages of This Sickness, the hilarious first issue of America's Sweetheart trying to stay pure amid the temptations of this fallen world!
This issue is stuffed with 100 pages of comics, paintings, prose, poetry and illustrations from 8 creators! Included:
Almost 60 pages of new comics & art from John Linton Roberson, including the latest LULU, UNCLE CYRUS, and SUZY SPREADWELL, as well as his acclaimed graphic version of the Billie Holiday classic "Strange Fruit" from GRAPHIC CANON 3, and illustrations for new writing from CHARLES ALVERSON (Story of Oh, Jabberwocky) and CHRIS DEWILDT!
26 pages of the brain-twisting paintings of the brilliant EMILY KAPLAN, the first collection of her work!
New poetry from CHAD PARENTEAU with illustrations from newcomer GIANNA RATTO!
A beautiful front cover by the legendary MOLLY KIELY, and back cover and other art by painter Duong Thi Phuong Hang!
And other surprises!
An astoundingly diverse collection mashing together many arts, grab 2016's most gorgeous anthology of comics & art now!
"As an adaptation Lulu is an education on the strengths of comics; as a dialogue on sex across the years between Wedekind and Roberson, this is a thrill." - Emmett O'Cuana, THE MOMUS REPORT
"LULU translates into graphic storytelling terms Wedekind’s meditation on sexual repression and its role in facilitating exploitative seduction with all its disturbing ferocity intact." - Martin Pasko, from the introduction.
You might think she's a femme fatale. But then you'd have it backwards.
At last collected in print, the first volume of acclaimed cartoonist John Linton Roberson's adaptation of the notorious sex tragedy by Frank Wedekind (author of Spring Awakening) and adapted by Walerian Borowczyk, Lou Reed, G.W. Pabst and Alban Berg (and banned by the Nazis as "degenerate"). Now in comics for the first time. Also included, a full collection of production sketches and other drawings, and a brand-new introduction from award-winning writer Martin Pasko. SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.