The Cute Manifesto by James KochalkaThe Cute Manifesto by James Kochalka

The Cute Manifesto

byJames KochalkaIllustratorJames Kochalka

Paperback | August 19, 2005

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A powerful mixture of philosophy and comics that could change your life forever. In a dangerously uncertain world, Kochalka plots a theoretical path to happiness. Collecting his most intensely thoughtful work, Kochalka tackles the big issues . . . comics and art, birth and death, technology and joy, and everything in between. Included are The Horrible Truth about Comics", "Reinventing Everything" parts 1 and 2, "Sunburn", "The Cute Manifesto" and even Kochalka's famous 'Craft is the Enemy' essays. "
James Kochalka: The first Cartoonist Laureate of Vermont, James created the long-runningAmerican Elfdaily comic. He's the author and illustrator of several popular children's books, includingJohnny Boo,Dragon Puncher andPeanutbutter & Jeremy. James won the Eisner award in 2012.
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Title:The Cute ManifestoFormat:PaperbackDimensions:168 pages, 6 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:August 19, 2005Publisher:Alternative ComicsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1891867733

ISBN - 13:9781891867736

Appropriate for ages: 11 - 16

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The strength of Kochalka's composition, the bold sureness of his line and the consistency of his vision all suggest that he knows exactly how to draw the way he wants to. If that's not craft, what is?" - Douglas Wolk,The Washington Post"The Cute Manifesto is a good, fun read, which is perhaps the most important element of all, because when you take those qualities away from comics, you're left staring at a blank page... " - Brian Heater,Ink19 "The strength of Kochalka's composition, the bold sureness of his line and the consistency of his vision all suggest that he knows exactly how to draw the way he wants to. If that's not craft, what is?" - Douglas Wolk,The Washington Post"The Cute Manifesto is a good, fun read, which is perhaps the most important element of all, because when you take those qualities away from comics, you're left staring at a blank page... " - Brian Heater,Ink19"