Tim Peters, Author at The Point Magazine
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Tim Peters

 

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With Binky Brown, comics entered the mirror stage: they could all of a sudden be used for self-reflection and self-analysis, for an author to have an illustrated conversation with himself through the panels on the page. The ground was cleared for a new kind of comic: complex, self-conscious and demanding…

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Repetition

Could it be that the “real world” is a halfway house for those stuck between desire and domesticity, those who still want to dream, but to do so from the comfort of a steady job and a safe home?

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Chris Ware’s ANL #20

Chris Ware makes comics. He’s been doing this since he was an undergrad at the University of Texas in the late Eighties and then a […]

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