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5 Questions with Blaise Larmee

by on Nov.09, 2010

Blaise Larmee is a particularly interesting presence in comics these days. While he certainly cartoons, his aesthetic is obviously drawn from a much broader vocabulary: philosophy, language, anti-narrative, deconstructed marks-making. You can see this on display in his book Young Lions. Follow his thoughts at the Co-mix (cometscomets) blog. And, now, see him publish books with his new press Gaze Books, which just released its first book, The Whale by Aidan Koch.

JDW: Name three or four comics artists whose work is particularly influential on the comics being created in 2010.

BL: Frank Santoro, Aidan Koch, Jason Overby.

JDW: Whose fiction and/or poetry are you into these days?
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