Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
I’ve been a big fan of Dave Sim’s glamourpuss, mostly because of his discussion of Alex Raymond’s photorealism art style — how it came about, how it evolved, how it fit into the historical context — and not so much for the fashion magazine parody. Well, for those who always wanted to check out Sim’s look at Raymond and his art, you can download a .pdf that has that material from the first three issues here! Give it a look.
(Via Bleeding Cool.)
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