Peter Bagge Ashtray
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Chicago is home to an incredible bevy of talent, possibly because of the ridiculously cold weather that forces people to
stay indoors for half of the year...
The Old Guard of Chicago consists of a wide range of artists and styles. Alex Ross, Chris Ware, Jill Thompson, Ivan Brunetti, Geoff Darrow, Gene Ha, and Brian Azzarello all call Chicago home. All are some of the most gifted artists working in the medium, and all form a community of cartoonists which is unique in the US.
They have mentored a new generation of comic artists, who are also some of the best talent in the industry. Jeffrey Brown, Anders Nilsen, Paul Hornschemeier, Lilli Carre, Onsmith, and Mitch O'Connell, to name a few.
Check out all these great Chicago artists and support them with your hard earned cash! Nobody gets rich in comics, and your support makes it possible for these guys to keep publishing.
Alex Ross www.alexrossart.com
Ivan Brunetti www.ivanbrunetti.com
Jill Thompson www.jillthompsonart.com
Gene Ha www.geneha.com
Lilli Carre www.lillicarre.com
Mitch O'Connell www.mitchoconnell.com
The Holy Consumption of Chicago
(Jeffrey Brown, John Hankiewicz, Paul Hornschemeier, and Anders Nilsen) www.margomitchell.com/thc/indexthc.htm
Tony Akins http://tonyakins.blogspot.com/
Andrew Pepoy http://www.pepoy.com/
Jenny Frison http://www.jennyfrison.com/
Other great Chicago comic book resources:
http://www.quimbys.com/ is the web hub of our sister store. Quimby's specializes in the zany, abhorrent, and unusual as well as covering all your mini and zine needs.
chicagopublishes.com The new online home of the City of Chicago's Publishing Industry Programs, which support and promote Chicago's publishers, writers, and literary organizations.