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A star-studded issue of So Buttons! This all-new issue features beautiful cover art by Alissa Sallah. Includes new stories about love and babies (my baby) by T.J. Kirsch and Summer Pierre respectively, a comix jam about the greatest horror movie makeup artist of all time drawn by Thomas Boatwright, with a bonus illo by Miguel ECH Echemendia, a tale of roast beef and murder, drawn by the great James Romberger, a tribute to one of the most famous Harvey Pekar stories by Noah Van Sciver, and a harrowing comic book company internship tale drawn by classic Marvel Comics humorist Fred Hembeck.

With a doggie (my doggie) illo by Thomas Boatwright and a back cover by Becky Hawkins.

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From Rob Clough's High-Low Blog 0

I can never resist reading minis from old favorites right after SPX. Here are some examples...So Buttons #9, by Jonathan Baylis, et al. Baylis writes with increasing confidence and a Harvey Pekar-like ability to pick the right artists for the right kind of stories. That's not a coincidence, as Pekar is one of his major influences. Baylis and long-time collaborator Noah Van Sciver in "So...Carl" play on the structure of the famous Pekar/R.Crumb story "The Harvey Pekar Name Story", yet the structu...

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