This post contains a list of all the comics that I carried home from the US, mostly on my and Kálmán’s back, because here you cannot buy comics at all. As some people already know, they measure a bit more than 13 kg.
Al Davison: The Spiral Cage
David B: Epileptic
Lynda Barry: Syllabus. Notes from an Accidental Professor
Lynda Barry: What it is
Winsor McCay: Dream of the Rarebit Fiend. The Saturdays
Peter Kuper: Stripped. An Unauthorized Autobiography.
Alison Bechdel: Are You My Mother?
Nicole J Georges: Calling Dr Laura. A Graphic Memoir.
Nicole J Georges: Clutch #21 and #22 (two zines)
Ken Dahl: Welcome to the Dahlhouse
Ken Dahl: Monsters
Jeffrey Brown: Unlikely (This is Kálmán’s book, not mine.)
Chester Brown: I Never Liked You
Julie Doucet: My New York Diary
David Axe and Matt Bors: War is Boring
David Small: Stitches. A Memoir.
Roz Chast: Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
Miriam Libicki: Jobnik! An American Girl’s Adventures in the Israeli Army
9-11 Artists Respond. Volume One.
Joe Sacco: Notes from A Defeatist
Art Spiegelman: Be a Nose!
Alan Moore – Kevin O’Neill: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen 1910
Alan Moore, Kevin O’Neill: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Black Dossier
Colin Kerr: The Keening. Book One. (The Guy gave his book to me as a present at MoCCA because I showed more interest in his work than anyone that day. It is worth asking questions to amateur artists!)
I also bought secondary literature:
Jared Gardner: Projections. Comics and the Theory of Twenty-First Century Storytelling.
Hillary Chute: Graphic Women. Life Narrative & Contemporary Comics
Rocco Versaci: This Book Contains Graphic Language. Comics as Literature
Judith Butler: Giving an Account of Oneself