Gilbert Hernandez Discusses His "Bumperhead," First Eisner Win - Comic Book Resources
Gilbert Hernandez Discusses His Bumperhead, First Eisner Win - The cartoonist talks about his new book's unique approach to depicting the passage of time and the most important part of winning his fir...
Eddie Campbell
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Gilbert Hernandez Discusses His "Bumperhead," First Eisner Win - Comic Book Resources
Gilbert Hernandez Discusses His Bumperhead, First Eisner Win - The cartoonist talks about his new book's unique approach to depicting the passage of time and the most important part of winning his fir...
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Jerry Moriarty
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Jay Lynch
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Michael Kupperman
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Karl Stevens
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Jason Shiga
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Lark Pien
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David Lasky
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Matt Madden
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Max Andersson
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Chester Brown
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Jessica Abel
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Megan Kelso
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David Collier (cartoonist)
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