I Never Liked You: A Comic-Strip Narrative by Chester BrownI Never Liked You: A Comic-Strip Narrative by Chester Brown

I Never Liked You: A Comic-Strip Narrative

byChester Brown

Paperback | October 26, 2004

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Chester Brown is commonly regarded as one of the leading figures of the alternative comics "renaissance" that began in the 1980's.As a cartoonist, he has produced three regular comic book series, Yummy Fur, Underwater, and Louis Riel, and his work has been collected in four books: Ed The Happy Clown, The Playboy, I Never Liked You, and The Little Man.Throughout his career, Brown's work has been known for its diverse and unpredictable nature. His stories have ranged from the absurd surrealism of Ed the Happy Clown, to the deeply personal, understated autobiographical accounts of his youth, to, more recently, the dada-esque, linguistically-challenged oddness of Underwater. Brown has won two Harvey Awards, for Best Cartoonist and Best Graphic Album."A minimalist, but haunting, memoir of the artist's troubled adolescence." -The New York Times Book Review"An engrossing memoir by one of the most talented artists working in alternative comics today." -Publishers Weekly
Drawn and Quarterly is a Canadian comic book publishing company based in Montreal, QuŽbec.
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Title:I Never Liked You: A Comic-Strip NarrativeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:8.46 × 5.54 × 0.63 inPublished:October 26, 2004Publisher:Drawn & QuarterlyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1896597149

ISBN - 13:9781896597140

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pleasantly Surprised Chester Brown is a hard Author to like. Most known and loved for Louis Reil it's dangerous to step out into his other works because of his obsession with legalizing prostitution. With this title I was pleasantly surprised, it keeps to its nostalgic prose while maintaining the level of art Brown is known for.
Date published: 2017-04-03

Editorial Reviews

"A minimalist, but haunting, memoir of the artist’s troubled adolescence." (The New York Times Book Review)

"An engrossing memoir by one of the most talented artists working in alternative comics today." (Publishers Weekly)