Joseph Remnant’s Harvey Pekar seems as firmly rooted on the page and in the story as Pekar himself seems to be firmly rooted in his own life.
A terrific story terrifically illustrated. I love the lack of panel borders, and as a result, the way the story floats in a limbo not unlike that experienced while traveling. Excellent work, Messrs. Pekar and Remnant!
interesting how you went out of the panels. your lettering is
perfect joseph.. nice cross-hatched shadows. bravo!
Hah! Cole looks awesome! Mr. Pekar is such a great speaker. Out of all the authors who came to BSU this year, Mr. Pekar was the best. He was so nice to speak to our class.
[...] 25, 2010 · Leave a Comment Harvey Pekar features his Ball State visit in his latest comic. Pretty [...]
[...] SMITH Magazine, edited by good ol’ Jeff Newelt (“Jah Furry”). Includes a great two-part story drawn by Joseph Remnant, detailing Pekar’s trip to my (and Tom Spurgeon’s!) [...]
[...] of “Juxtapose.” We were talking about that and how Roger Ebert tweeted about his “Muncie, Indiana” story, because they were [...]
I’m from muncie. I can’t believe I missed Harvey. Seriously, the biggest regret of my life.
[...] courtesy of Smith Magazine’s Pekar Project: Autodidact; Back in the Day; Legendary Vienna; Muncie, Indiana; Muncie, Indiana Part II; Reciprocity; and Sweeping Problem. Enjoy! Add [...]
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