Great one Rick love the blue tones.
[...] one-man show that’s inspired by his fans on Twitter. [via The Star] 3. SMITH Magazine has posted a comic Harvey Pekar wrote before his death. [via Pop Candy] 4. After months of speculation about their [...]
This was actually one of my favorite collaborations with Harvey Pekar. He would call me up and dictate the scripts over the phone. I can still hear that raspy voice in my head. He died before it was finished. Certainly one of the highlights of my long career was working with Pekar.
This man is the shit! For everyone working dead end jobs or not working at all, getting welfare or in the streets and still trying to make something out of your life.for those people this shit is very influential.
Harvey showed us that there is poetry, irony, humor and even beauty in the little moments of our lives.
And patterns, and beats and rhythms like jazz. He really dug that. Not only did he review jazz he reviewed humanity.
[...] Pekar Project on the very fine SmithMag gives us a lovely little posthumous offering from the late, great Harvey [...]
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