Sammy The Mouse: Book 2

Sammy The Mouse: Book 2

by Zak Sally

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Overview

"Zak Sally grabs you by the eyes and drags you headlong into a vision of earnest struggle and serial revelation."—Jim Woodring

"Zak Sally's Sammy The Mouse . . . has been a revelation."—Tom Spurgeon, The Comics Reporter

"Sally is producing a real sharp, evocative and haunting work that manages to send a delicious chill up my spine."—Chris Mautner, Robot 6

The denizens of Zak Sally's twisted Disneyland are back. Follow H.G. Feekes, Puppy Boy, Carl Urbanski, the Fish and Sammy the Mouse as they wander aimlessly, get excited about pie and fall into debilitating depression. Despite appearances to the contrary there's a palpable quickening in the cartoon air. The random course of events begins to cohere and glimmers of a grand plan begin to emerge. Sammy The Mouse is cartoonist Zak Sally's magnum opus.

Zak Sally is an Eisner nominated cartoonist, musician, educator, and publisher. After a long stint in the seminal band Low, Zak struck out on his own and founded La Mano, a small press dedicated to high quality hand-crafted print projects. He is the creator of the acclaimed and series Recidivist , which was collected by Fantagraphics as Like a Dog. Sammy the Mouse Vol. 1 was published last year. Zak lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with his wife and kids.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780984681457
Publisher: Uncivilized Books
Publication date: 07/30/2013
Pages: 100
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Zak Sally is an Eisner-nominated cartoonist whose work has appeared all over the place since he made his first comics 25 years ago. He owns and operates La Mano, an award-winning "micro-publishing" house who has published work by John Porcellino, William Schaff, Nate Denver, Jason Miles, and Kim Deitch. He spent 12 years in the band Low, was in that Shopgirl movie, and now teaches Comics to college kids. He lives and works in Minneapolis.

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