Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Black Cherry

by Michael Dougan

Seattle artist Michael Dougan's graphic story of the oddball characters he encountered while working as a minimum wage slave reminded me so much of the unusual people who come into my workplace, the public library, that I just had to share. These pages are taken from An Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons & True Stories (Yale University Press, 2006), edited by Ivan Brunetti. Dougan is the author of I Can't Tell You Anything.

If, like me, your eyesight is for shit, click on the images below to enlarge as necessary.

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Blogger augcog said...

thanks for posting this, could not find Michael Dougan until I found it here

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doug an lives in Japan, according to one site (as of 2021)

1:34 PM  

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