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One of the most prolific – and perhaps severely underrated – cartoonists to crop up over the past decade or so is Graham Annable, who, when not indulging in his penchant for animation, delves into darkly comic tales of stick-figure like average Joes doing unsavory and unethical (and sometimes illegal) things.
Dark Horse is collecting a number of his early short stories in The Book of Grickle, which will be out in early April. Over on the main page, our parent company CBR has a preview of one of the short stories contained in the upcoming graphic novel.
I’m in the midst of conducting an interview with Annable about the book, so Grickle fans should keep an eye peeled at this blog for more details and previews over the next couple of days.