[Epub] ➢ Rusty Brown ➣ Chris Ware – Diclofenac16.us

Rusty BrownThe Week After I Finished The Last Page Of Jimmy Corrigan I Immediately Started A New Long Story Based On Characters Who Had Originated As Parodies, But Whom Now I Wanted To Humanize Amidst A Setting Of Memories Of My Omaha Childhood And Nebraska Upbringing Chris Ware, Monograph Now, Twenty Years Later, Ware Is Publishing Rusty Brown In Book Form It Is, He Says, A Fully Interactive, Full Colour Articulation Of The Time Space Interrelationships Of Six Complete Consciousnesses On A Single Midwestern American Day And The Tiny Piece Of Human Grit About Which They Involuntarily Orbit The Six Characters Are Rusty Brown Himself, A Shy Schoolkid Obsessed With Superheroes, His Father Woody Brown, An Eccentric Teacher At Rusty S School, Chalky White, Another Schoolboy, Alison White, Chalky S Sister, Jason Lint, An Older Boy Who Bullies Rusty And Chalky And Fancies Alison, And The Boys Teacher, Joanne Cole Ware Tells Each Of Their Stories In Minute Detail Or As He Puts It, From Childhood To Old Age, No Frozen Plotline Is Left Unthawed , Producing Another Masterwork Of The Comics Form That Is At Once Achingly Beautiful, Heartbreakingly Sad And Painfully Funny

[Epub] ➢ Rusty Brown ➣ Chris Ware – Diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 356 pages
  • Rusty Brown
  • Chris Ware
  • 13 September 2018
  • 0224078135

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ➢ Rusty Brown ➣ Chris Ware – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    In the past year, we ve gotten Lutes s Berlin, Seth s Clyde Fans, and we re now blessed with Ware s Rusty Brown What other epic years long projects are still ongoing at this point


  2. says:

    There are not one but several achingly beautiful stories told in this book The intersection may be billed as a single day at school, but it soon emerges that the real commonality in these pages is the complicated nature of the human condition Just a gorgeous work.


  3. says:

    This certainly wasn t what I expected My first experience with Rusty Brown was in Acme Library, and I expectedof the same sometimes depressing, but often petty and hilarious musings of an aging collector I expected the painfully awkward situational humor.This volume featured very little of what I mention above.But I still thoroughly enjoyed it I read Building Stories several years ago and loved it If I compared this new volume to anything, it would be Building Stories This is bitters This certainly wasn t what I expected My first experience with Rusty Brown was in Acme Library, and I expectedof the same sometimes depressing, but often petty and hilarious musings of an aging collector I expected the painfully awkward situational humor.This volume featured very little of what I mention above.But I still thoroughly enjoyed it I read Building Stories several years ago and loved it If I compared this new volume to anything, it would be Building Stories This is bittersweet, painfully bleak at times, and just beautiful Every story in here is pretty dark, reinforcing the underbelly of humanity without arcing down a nihilistic spiral In the end, there s always a thread of hope in Ware s work that is deeply touching.TheI think about it, theI think Ware may be my favorite author His work makes me feel just about everything, and the way he illustrates his work just makes it all thewonderful For example, at one point in this book a character recalls watching a friend shoot a small mammal He vomits The illustrations are very small and simplified, which strips the moment of its poignancy to some degree Instead it is almost humorous, like the character knows he shouldn t be so rattled by it, and yet it is this important moment from his past I think we all have memories like this, like the time my wife lost my jump drive and I thought I was going to die In retrospect it seems foolish, but I still remember that initial onset of panic, the severity of the situation as I was in it, even if I grew out of it later Ware shows us the distance of time and experience through his illustrations That s really all I have time for though I need to go grocery shopping and my kid is throwing a fit


  4. says:

    Technically astounding as always, at times truly beautiful and with streaks of genius, but unrelentingly depressing The best of it, Lint, was published as a self contained story as ACME Novelty Library 20, although Joanne Cole s sequence is lovely and has a real emotional hit at its denouement.When Ware turns his pen to depicting sympathetic characters who we can really care about generally female , the misery is tempered by loveliness and even some kind of peace that s why Building Stories Technically astounding as always, at times truly beautiful and with streaks of genius, but unrelentingly depressing The best of it, Lint, was published as a self contained story as ACME Novelty Library 20, although Joanne Cole s sequence is lovely and has a real emotional hit at its denouement.When Ware turns his pen to depicting sympathetic characters who we can really care about generally female , the misery is tempered by loveliness and even some kind of peace that s why Building Stories is so brilliant But the Rusty Brown stories have always been the most painfully misanthropic, and so it is with most of this big compilation only half of the entire work, what sThe fact that Joanne Cole s story is the most recent and mostly unpublished work does bode well for what comes next although those of us who ve read all the ACME Novelty Libraries know that Rusty himself only becomes apathetic figure as he gets older


  5. says:

    I read a fair amount of comics More than I record on Goodreads Most are fun stories but few have the depth that Rusty Brown has I read my first Chris Ware comic 20 years ago, right around when he started working on this book and all of it has made an impact on me Rusty Brown is mostly about time and loss and memory It isn t light reading And, I suspect that only those well steeped in comics reading would even be able to crack the surface.


  6. says:

    Poucas obras exploram com tamanha maestria a psique dos seus personagens e aqui, o formato e g nero quadrinho extrapolaram qualquer coisa j feita antes Qualquer palavra dita aqui n o faz jus a grandiosidade da obra Genial


  7. says:

    18 years in the making, another masterpiece by Chris Ware This story follows several characters through the decades set around a parochial school in Omaha Nebraska His attention to detail remains astounding.

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