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  1. Tara

    great harvey.. great jahfurry!

  2. Josh Neufeld

    Heh heh. A branch of my family comes from Galicia. So I’m at least one-quarter yokel.

  3. Rod McKie

    This Pekar Project is excellent. Harvey’s comics are always entertaining, and, more often than not, educational. Great comic.

  4. Ronnie

    A fine tale . . great Pekar, great art and

    I think I may recognize someone I know….

    Is that the one and only JahFurry?

  5. Shloimie Granatstein

    Thanks to Harvey, Jah-Fluffy and Rick for advancing my yiddish knowledge a bissel. All I knew previously about Galitizianers was that my parents smiled and rolled their eyes knowingly whenever this particular sub-tribe was mentioned…and that a lot of them appear to have migrated to South Africa.

  6. Josh Frankel

    Loved this strip personally I am fascinated by Austria-Hungarian History. Especially Emperor Ferdinand, the retarded epileptic and large headed emperor whose most famous proclamation was “I am the Emperor and I want Dumplings”. Also a little history under Franz Joseph Austria Hungary was probably the best place for a Jew to live in mainland Europe.

  7. Journalista – the news weblog of The Comics Journal » Blog Archive » Sept. 22, 2009: An even worse case

    [...] of the Devil, here are three more comics shorts from Smith Magazine’s “Pekar [...]

  8. Kittelsen

    My favorite rant of the week — forwarding this one along to all my favorite “Viennese” Jews.

    Really love Remnant’s art. Give us more!

  9. Q

    So much fun!

  10. stmeadow

    Once while speakiing in Yiddish with a grocer near Mahane Yehuda in Jerusalem I told him that I thought he had a Galitzianer accent but he didn’t know what I was talking about. Nu?

  11. kat

    screen 2, panel 3 is a terrific image of harvey!

  12. korzac

    Wonderful Harvey Pecar..

  13. The Splendid Harvey Pekar | korzacsol

    [...] PEKAR.PROJECT, “Legendary Vienna”. A story about about Galitizianers Jews in [...]

  14. Heads Up: HARVEY PEKAR’S CLEVELAND, illustrated by Joseph Remnant » Ragged Claws Network

    [...] online courtesy of Smith Magazine’s Pekar Project: 1) Autodidact; 2) Back in the Day; 3) Legendary Vienna; 4) Muncie, Indiana; 5) Muncie, Indiana Part II; 6) Reciprocity; and 7) Sweeping Problem. Enjoy! [...]

  15. Top Shelf and Zip Comics announce: Harvey Pekar’s CLEVELAND! | Stumptown Trade Review

    [...] is Remnant’s first full-length work. His previous Pekar Project collaborations include “Legendary Vienna,” “Sweeping Problem,” “Muncie Part 1” and “Muncie Part 2.” He recently wrote / [...]

  16. Newelt & Haspiel featured on KoPoint Comics Podcast | Trip City

    [...] than his straight up memoir work like Street Code. I revealed the secret sordid story behind “Legendary Vienna” on The Pekar Project, drawn by Cleveland artist Joseph Remnant, in which I cross over in the the [...]

  17. Remembering Harvey Pekar: An Interview with Jeffrey Newelt of the Pekar Project | Suvudu

    [...] calls me with a story idea, “So, I’m talking to you…” and that be came Legendary Vienna, illustrated by Joseph [...]

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  19. Gregorina Berrios

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