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Publisher: Drawn & Quarterly
Title: Drawn & Quarterly
Page Count: 36
Genre: Biography, Fantasy, Humor, Satire-parody
Era: Copper
Cover Price: 2.95 USD; 3.50 CAD
Cover Date: October 1990
Country: Canada
Julie and her conscience walk around town and get in a fight with each other.; Foolbert Sturgeon explains how to do political cartoons in the 70's, 80's and 90's.; Dennis recounts a friend of his who got too involved in the drug culture.; Julie sees an old lady drop her purse, so she flys down to grab it and take off with it.; Albert Einstein explains comic book interaction between panels.; How to use a shopping cart to carry all your worldly possessions.; Two stone gargoyles have a child who is a beautiful angel carving.; Ida gets an appointment to see Ed Wilt, a famous art director.; A man is obsessed with television.; A man remembers his favourite song, which goes "gloomy love, hopeless love..."; The Beastniks explain their philosophy.; The history of a kitchenette set that once belonged to a child star named Dotty King.; Joe housesits for Diana Schultz.; Joe Matt has a dream about meeting Jesus and Lennon and how he believed in each at different times.; Transcript of a tape of Joe and Kevin talking like Donald Duck.; Joe visits Bernie and they go out to the comic shop.; One page illustration of a man waiting for his day to begin.; Twelve fake ads similar to the ones you would see in a 1960's or 1970's comic.; James and Bill drop acid and spend a night out.; Joe goes through a maze that covers the comic book page.; An introduction to a bunch of Beats called The Beastniks.; Norman, Angel's square cousin, explains leisure time and Angel realizes all his life is leisure time.