Fresh off the boat from swinging London is issue six of NoBow Magazine. For their first double issue NoBrow asked over 60 artists to contribute work to the theme of Doubles or Doppelgangers. With contributions from Tom Gauld (The Gigantic Robot), Kevin Huizenga (Ganges), Blanquet (Toys in the Basement), Malachi Ward (Utu) as well as new narrative work from Nobrow stalwarts Jon McNaught (Birchfield Close, Pebble Island), Jack Teagle (Jeff: Job Hunter) and Luke Pearson (Hildafolk) and the formidable talents of Michael Deforge and Ignatz newcomer award winner Joseph Lambert, among many, many others. Illustration submissions from the likes of Sean Lewis, Roman Muradov, Golden Cosmos, Gwenola Carrere, Andrea Kalfas, Viviane Scwartz, Katia Spitzer, Luke Best and many many more!
We’ve also got the newest issue of the excellent Mother’s News in; and, while supplies last, anyone whose order ships out from the Wow Cool shop via Media or Priority Flat Rate mail gets a free copy. The last couple issues flew out of here pretty quick. For those who don’t know, Mother’s News is a free monthly newspaper out of Providence, RI. It features regular comic strips by Michael DeForge, C.F., Brian Chippendale, Mickey Z. and many other that you can’t find elsewhere.
There are many new books that should be arriving any day, in the meanwhile we’ve recently added some older gems, including: fresh stock of Eric Haven’s The Aviatrix and Andy Ristaino’s Tunnel; Scott C.’s Double Fine Action Comics Volume 1; Tom Gauld’s The Gigantic Robot; the very fine second and third issues of the anthology Pencil Fight; and a Craig Thompson rarity in the Dark Horse magazine Reveal.
In other news, there is finally some proper art in the shop header, courtesy of Andy Ristaino.