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Cover Date: June 2007
Cover Price: US $ 29.95
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Format: Color; Trade Paperback; 228 pages
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PULPHOPE collects the art of Paul Pope... from manga to erotica to rock posters. This is his artistic manifesto. In America, Paul's been called the "Comics Destroyer". In France, he's been called the "Jim Morrison of comics" and "Comics' Petit Prince". His work is translated into a number of languages on three continents. He's one of a handful of young cartoonists to be consistently gaining critical praise and media attention, appearing on the Sci-Fi Channel, Much Music, and elsewhere. He's been in everything from Spin to A+F to Entertainment Weekly to Jalouse to V Magazine to The Village Voice. And he's the only American cartoonist to have worked for Japan's largest manga publisher (Kodansha) for five-plus years.
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