Dirty Plotte #5


by Julie Doucet

In this issue: A very long and sad “Nobody Love Me” kinda story based on a true dream Julie had one cold December night; a glimpse on her new solitary life in the desert and the conclusion of Monkey and the Living Dead…

And More!

Drawn & Quarterly

In stock

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The New York Subway is the setting for the lead story in this issue, which deals with heartache, misunderstood phone conversations, mysterious corpses, and lost friends. Each panel in this story is painted in intricate tones of black, white, and grey. Also: Julie finds new uses for motorcycle seats. The letters page is all about tattoos this issue, including a photo of one designed by John Porcellino. What?

24 page black and white comic with color covers
Drawn and Quarterly, 1992

Additional information

Weight 3 oz
Dimensions 10 × 7 × .125 in