Tuesday, March 13, 2012

ANY EMPIRE review at This Cage Is Worms

Here's a refreshing and insightful review of the semiotic/storytelling elements at play in Any Empire.
It's a great feeling to have someone pick up on some of the more subtle and pervasive narrative choices within the book-- thanks, Cameron!

4 comments:

Cameron Kunzelman said...

Hey Nate

Thanks for the link! I love your work, and that post isn't the only post that I have in me about your work. Is it just me or is your earlier work more difficult to find?

Anyway, thank you for doing what you do. I think it is great, and it gives a strong direction for where I think that comics should go in the next ten or twenty years. I think that history is going to look at creators like you and Jeff Lemire as being hugely important to an entire generation of creators and output.

Nate Powell said...

I really appreciate it, Cameron! Doin' all I can.

As for older work, most of my 1998-2004 comics are collected in Sounds Of your Name, which I have available, but it possessed a curse that makes the book very hard to find in stores. I'll link to it in a minute! SOYN will be released digitally by Top Shelf in a month or so, and 2013 will see the release of YOU DON'T SAY, which is a collection of all my hard-to-find shorter comics from 2004-2012.

Nate Powell said...

Here's my store link for that book:

http://www.seemybrotherdance.org/store.htm

Cameron Kunzelman said...

Awesome, thank you for the link to the book!

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Eisner Award winning, NYT Best-Selling graphic novelist behind March, Any Empire, Swallow Me Whole, The Lost Hero, The Silence Of Our Friends, The Year Of the Beasts, and Sounds Of Your Name. Native of North Little Rock AR; resident of Bloomington IN.