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20th Century Eightball [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Daniel Clowes
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  • Taschenbuch: 112 Seiten
  • Verlag: Turnaround Children (1. Juni 2002)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1560974362
  • ISBN-13: 978-1560974369
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 0,8 x 16,9 x 25,6 cm
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Before the Ghost World graphic novel and film propelled Daniel Clowes to international superstardom as the pre-eminent cartoonist of his generation, his ongoing comic book Eightball was already the most talked-about series of the 1990s, renowned for its gleefully incisive social satire and riotous absurdity, Entertainment Weekly proclaimed it 'the year's best regularly published comic book' upon its publication in 1989. The Village Voice hailed it 'brilliant', and Simpsons creator Matt Groening has repeatedly called it his favourite book. 20th CENTURY EIGHTBALL collects the very best humour strips from Eightball, written and drawn between 1988 and 1996. Included here are such seminal rants as I Hate You Deeply, Sexual Frustration, Ugly Giris, Why I Hate Christians, Message to the People of the Future, Paranoid, My Suicide, Chicago, and over three dozen more. With over 40 pages in colour and many of these strips having been out-of-print for years, 20th CENTURY EIGHTBALL is sure to be one of Clowes' most popular books for years to come.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen A bit saucier than other Clowes comics 8. Februar 2004
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In my opinion, Daniel Clowes is one of the best comic book artists around. He can not only draw, but write just as well. Reading a book like "Ghost world" or "David Boring"is more like watching a movie, but unlike in a movie you can take as long as you like to take in all the details of a scene. This is the strengh a comic holds over a movie. ( A movie has music, though, but you can`t have everything!)This volume is in a sense different from his longer stories in that they are short. Talk about stating the obvious. The thing is, you-or rather I- can't relate so much to the characters, because they don't get as much room. The book draws instead more heavily on the cynical humour.The other difference is that, being a collection of older stories, they often have a sense of humour straight out of the terrible depths of puberty.(Although a friend of mine who also draws comics once said that guys who draw or read comics never grow out of this phase. His words, not mine!)I can't really judge, cos I'm a girl.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Product of a Sick and Warped Mind 7. Januar 2003
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But, so was Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" and Poe's "The Pit and the Pendulum." Only time will tell if his work will be included amongst such august company, but for the time being, Daniel Clowes stands at the top of the heap of today's comic book artists.
Twentieth Century Eightball is an omnibus, "best of" collection of his comic panels from his Fantagraphic comic book series "Eightball" which was issued semiannually from the late 1980s through the 1990s.
Clowes' rapist (pun intended) wit is in overdrive here, as he expounds on his endless lists of things he hates, often in the guise of such stand-ins as the now-classic Lloyd Llewellyn. "I Hate You Deeply" and "I Love You Tenderly" will have you howling like a banshee, as you follow Lloyd through one of his ranting diatribes against sports figures, corporate greed, hippy sellouts and lowest-common-denominators.
And that's basically the whole book: Thinly-veiled attacks on all the things that bother the idosyncratic Daniel Clowes. But, so what: They deserve bashing! My favourite targets of his ire were post-modernist talentless art school poseurs, violently agressive hippy burnout peaceniks, "hip" people, Chicagoan "Jim Belushi" types, dumb jocks and pretentious Americans such as I who use the British spelling of words (e.g., "colour" instead of "color"; "kerb" rather than "curb").
Some of the material is just too bizarre to describe here -- I don't want to give away the weirdness, so find out for yourself about "On Sports," "Pogeybait," "The Happy Fisherman" and other such sundry freakishness.
But this book also reveals a soft-spot in Clowes' heart, particularly in the short "Ugly Girls," in which he questions society's norms of "beauty." Though he doesn't use the name "Enid," the reader can tell that Clowes has long been entranced and obsessed with the raven-haired, bookish, bespectacled wallflower type. I agree: She *is* much more stunning than those trophy blondes.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A great laugh 17. Juni 2005
Von Modern Art Snob - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I think I laughed more out loud while I read this than I have with my previous Clowes. While the Clowes I've read in the past is dark and haunting themes (Ghost World and Like a Velvet Glove), this is a filling dose of dark humor and venting of frustrations.

I might have given it five stars, but I'm not such a scraps-o-stories kinda gal. Lots of the stories had good starts, and either no endings or abrupt drop-offs.

And also, if I was fiendish about the way that my TPB's look, as in for resale value and such, I might have had a heart attack the way Amazon sent it. It looked like it might have been lying on a garage floor for a couple of years before they tossed it in the carton. The other comic I ordered arrived in mint condition and plastic-wrapped, so I dunno what the deal is.

I love Clowes more every time I read a new one, and this is no exception!
5.0 von 5 Sternen Very funny 4. April 2013
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Has drawings, some of which are in color. A good read. Comedic, but with another side. Recommended if you like comics.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen some of the best! 22. September 2002
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I love this book, it has 46 stories in all. If you goto fast you will miss something. it shows Mr. Clowes early work and most of it has him in it. Some of my favorer works are Art School Confidential, Why I Hate Christians, The Stroll and Hippypants and Peace Bear. I'm sorry to say that I haven't read them all yet, it just wouldn't seem right. The nice thing about these stories is that there all different and if you a fanatic like me you can find links with others comics by Clowes. Also if you got pulled in to comics from the movie Ghost World then you can find some of the faces in the movie were first seen in Eightball. This is an amazing collection and I'm sure you will be able to relate and feel connected to it. I wouldn't give it to a child because like most of Mr. Clowes work it has nudity, sex, drugs, and some language. Don't lit that get in the way of the dialog and always stay open minded when reading.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Perfect subject matter FOR A COMIC BOOK. 8. Dezember 2011
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OK, so, it's true. Art school is loaded with its myriad of players. Everyone's there for their own reasons and for the most part no one genuinely likes their fellow students. The majority of the teachers are there to fight for fanatical allegiance student by student, but really, their work is tired and old, and handing out a degree to any art student who impresses the most faculty of this sort, surely is an oxymoron when learning to make and see art supercedes the hey day of dinosaur art school faculty. Not because they were never destined to be anything great, or because they never were anything great, but because the bonds they form with students are based on who enjoys their personal work the most and who is most likely to build the school's overall reputation, rather than who is genuinely most able to think and create in a constantly evolving manner. Every 21 year old considering art school on the graduate level, should know this before going. Art School Confidential addresses all of this, such that I imagine most art programs were built around this comic book, rather than vice versa. PROTIP: when your art school wants you to play the drunk uncle, run like hell and hire a private investigator. ;)
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