She's Not Into Poetry: Mini-comics 1991-1996 by Tom HartShe's Not Into Poetry: Mini-comics 1991-1996 by Tom Hart

She's Not Into Poetry: Mini-comics 1991-1996

IllustratorTom Hart

Paperback | August 26, 2016

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A collection of celebrated mini-comics from the early and mid-'90s by Tom Hart, creator of Hutch Owen and director of the Sequential Artists Workshop. Includes the classic self-published mini-comics Love Looks Left, The Angry Criminal, Maria, New Hat, Manana, Heike, and more.Tom Hartis a cartoonist and the executive director of the Sequential Artists Workshop, a school and arts organization in Gainesville, Florida. He is the creator of the Hutch Owen series of graphic novels and books, and has been nominated for all the major comic book industry awards.
Tom Hart is a cartoonist and the Executive Director of The Sequential Artists Workshop, a school and arts organization in Gainesville, Florida. He is the creator of the Hutch Owen series of graphic novels and books, and has been nominated for all the major comic book industry awards.
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Title:She's Not Into Poetry: Mini-comics 1991-1996Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.56 inPublished:August 26, 2016Publisher:Alternative ComicsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1934460885

ISBN - 13:9781934460887

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The stories are offbeat and funny, and anyone who reads them will be reminded of the first time you saw an independent film or heard a non-major-label rock and roll record... As good a sustained output in mini-comics by anyone not named John Porcellino" - Tom Spurgeon, The Comics Reporter "Some of my favorite comics of the 1990s." - John Porcellino, creator of King Cat "Hart's evolving style is on display in this collection of his early mini-comics work." - Publisher's Weekly "The stories are offbeat and funny, and anyone who reads them will be reminded of the first time you saw an independent film or heard a non-major-label rock and roll record... As good a sustained output in mini-comics by anyone not named John Porcellino" -Tom Spurgeon, The Comics Reporter "Some of my favorite comics of the 1990s." -John Porcellino, creator of King Cat "Hart's evolving style is on display in this collection of his early mini-comics work." - Publisher's Weekly "