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2 edition of Kim Deitch. found in the catalog.

Kim Deitch.

Kim Deitch

Kim Deitch.

by Kim Deitch

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Published by (P.R. Garriock) in (Newcastle upon Tyne) .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination12 slides
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19497121M

Deitch’s signature crowded, heavily cross-hatched stiff figures with goony expressions mesh well with the reality-hopping stew of cross-dimensional riffings and reincarnations. This ribald Rubik’s Cube of a book feels both like paean to s alternative comix, which Deitch helped define, and gleefully ignorant of any tether whatsoever.   Kim Deitch lives in New York, NY, with his wife, the artist Pamela Butler. His books include The Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Shadowland, Alias the Cat, and The Search for Smilin' Ed!Author: Kim Deitch.

  I. For some reason, Kim Deitch has long been a cartoonist whose admirers feel that his is a case requiring special pleading. Prior to his remarkable bout of publishing in the last decade—which finally saw the collection of his masterworks Boulevard of Broken Dreams and Shadowland, as well as assured work elsewhere—Art Spiegelman referred to him as “the best-kept secret in the avant-comix. Kim Deitch's career goes back to the s, but the underground comics legend continues publishing work — and his latest book has gotten critical acclaim.

  Gene Deitch in with his sons Kim, left, and Simon and a drawing of his creation Tom Terrific, the hero of series of cartoons broadcast on the children’s television show “Captain Kangaroo.”.   Kim Deitch’s Reincarnation Stories is one of the most significant graphic novels published in North America this artists working in the comics form today can claim the deep experience and personal history Deitch brings to his work. And even fewer have worked so consistently and doggedly from the underground days of the East Village Other up to the present moment.


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“Kim Deitch, a mainstay of the underground comix movement, gives a full display of his ebullient creativity in his new book, Reincarnation Stories.” - The New Yorker “Reincarnation Stories goes flamboyantly off the rails, making a hash of narrative throughlines and pulverizing the divide between truth and fiction.

Underneath the appearance of lawlessness, there's a huge amount of craft 5/5(10). Kim Deitch has 40 books on Goodreads with ratings. Kim Deitch. book Deitch’s most popular book is Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Alice's Adventures in Wonder.

“Kim Deitch, Kim Deitch. book mainstay of the underground comix movement, gives a full display of his ebullient creativity in his new book, Reincarnation Stories.” - The New Yorker “ Reincarnation Stories goes flamboyantly off the rails, making a hash of narrative throughlines 5/5(10). Kim Deitch -- the complete book list.

Browse author series lists, sequels, pseudonyms, synopses, book covers, ratings and awards. See all books authored by Kim Deitch, including The Best American Comics (Best American (TM)), and Comics Sketchbooks: The Private Worlds of. Kim Deitch is an underground cartoonist—i.e., a contemporary of Spiegelman, et al.—whose craft just keeps getting better and better.

Aesthetically inspired by silent film and s animation, Deitch’s comics are infused with s psychedelia and spiritualism/5.

I first dicovered Kim Deitch while reading underground comics back in the 70's and he quickly became my favorite cartoonist. His appeal lies in a wild and engaging melange of surreal 's cartoon animation, a "Hollywood Babylon"-ish love of old cinema & movie stars with a fortean/occult angle thrown in for good measure/5(9).

Kim Deitch takes the reader on another zany trip through his mind in "Shadowland", a series of shorts featuring carnies, silent movie actresses, aliens, pygmies, and lots more. The book seems to take as the central character, Al Ledicker Jnr, a man who painted his face to look like a vicious clown and who became a carnival leader/5.

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Noted independent cartoonist Kim Deitch (Alias the Cat ; Boulevard of Broken Dreams) teams up with his brothers, writer Seth Kallen Deitch and illustrator Simon Deitch, to /5(7).

Deitch's recent acclaimed graphic novels include The Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Shadowland, Alias the Cat and Deitch's Pictorama, done in collaboration with his brothers Simon and Seth. Deitch remains a true cartoonists’ cartoonist, adored by his peers as much as anyone in the history of the   There are Hollywood cowboys and antique toys in Kim Deitch's graphic novel Reincarnation Stories, as well as cartoon magpies Heckle and Jeckle, a.

Deitch's books are all pieces of a single large mythology, centered on his trickster character Waldo the Cat, and usually involving old and half-forgotten forms of American entertainment (vaudeville, old Hollywood, stage magicians), which a modern character -- often named "Kim Deitch," and with a lot of the identifiable characteristics of the author -- slowly unravels, without quite piercing the central mysteries, /5(12).

Octo • Legendary underground cartoonist Kim Deitch's new book is packed with monkeys, cartoon magpies, and even Jesus; it starts with an account of killing time after eye surgery and. Originally created in and for the underground anthology Zero Zero, The Search for Smilin’ Ed.

is the latest of Kim Deitch’s graphic novels to showcase his obsessive burrowing into the nooks and crannies of vintage American popular culture/5. View the profiles of people named Kim Deitch. Join Facebook to connect with Kim Deitch and others you may know.

Facebook gives people the power to share. Kim Deitch has a reserved place at the first table of underground cartoonists. He got his start doing comic strips for the East Village Other in and in he succeeded Vaughn Bodé as editor of Gothic Blimp Works, the Other’s underground comics tabloid.

His Boulevard of Broken Dreams was named one of Time’s “ Best Graphic Novels Ever Written” and he has been awarded an Eisner. Kim Deitch: | | | Kim Deitch | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.

Kim Deitch lives in New York, NY, with his wife, the artist Pamela Butler. His books include The Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Shadowland, Alias the Cat, and The Search for Smilin' Ed.

Reincarnation Stories goes flamboyantly off the rails, making a hash of narrative throughlines and pulverizing the divide between truth and : Fantagraphics Books.

Kim Deitch is generally held to be one of the greatest influences in American underground comix. As sixties comics were popular and under-exploited from an artistic point of view, they were the perfect medium for Kim Deitch, the son of illustrator/animator Gene contributed to comical and psychedelical comix like The East Village Other, introducing characters like 'Sunshine Girl' and.

Reincarnation Stories by Kim Deitch has an overall rating of Positive based on 3 book reviews. The different stories seem even less connected than in Deitch's other books.

Chaos reigns. And yet there's a pervasive theme here that, while hard to see, is arguably just as Deitchean as all the clamoring misrule. That theme is order, control 3/4(3).

Kim Deitch lives in New York, NY, with his wife, the artist Pamela Butler. His books include The Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Shadowland, Alias the Cat, and The Search for Smilin' Ed!

Seth Deitch lives in Cambridge, MA. Simon Deitch lives in White Plains, NY. Gene Deitch has lived in Prague for the last 30 years with his : Kim Deitch.