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Город: Portland, OR, USAПодписчиков: 10 ты. себе: A cartoonist living in Oregon. Mr. Annable is the creator of the Grickle Channel and co-director of The Boxtrolls from Laika.

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Graham Annable (born June 1, 1970) is a Canadian cartoonist and animator. He is the creator of Grickle, published by Alternative Comics, and one of the founders of the Hickee humor anthology (also published by Alternative Comics). Annable has created works for the television, film, video game, and comic book industries. Annable was born in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada

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Views: 2. As befits his animation background, Annables fluid art pulses with life, in stories that practically jump off the page. If you havent, theres no better introduction than Book of Grickle! o Grickle was named one of Wizards Top 25 indie books everyone must read!

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Become a patron of Graham Annable today: Read 86 posts by Graham Annable and . I've worked on video games, tv shows, animated features, and comic books. The Grickle Channel is my own personal Youtube Channel

I've worked on video games, tv shows, animated features, and comic books. I've been lucky enough to have been nominated for stuff like the Academy Awards, the Harvey Awards and the 2012 Oregon Book Awards. The Grickle Channel is my own personal Youtube Channel. It's where I've been creating my own animated shorts for years now.

Get ready for the most extensive journey ever into the brilliant mind of Graham Annable! A classically trained animator with credits in film (including storyboard artist on Coraline), television, and video games, Annable has for years spent his free time creating some of the funniest, most poignant comics anywhere. As befits his animation background, Annable's fluid art pulses with life, in stories that practically jump off the page. Alternately poetic and hilarious, Grickle presents a strange twist on the everyday with heart and humor. If you've experienced Grickle before, this is the greatest collection yet. If you haven't, there's no better introduction than Book of Grickle!

The Book of Grickle epub download

ISBN13: 978-1595824301

ISBN: 1595824308

Author: Graham Annable

Category: Graphic Novels

Subcategory: Publishers

Language: English

Publisher: Dark Horse (April 6, 2010)

Pages: 200 pages

ePUB size: 1601 kb

FB2 size: 1829 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 897

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Wen
I have personally become a big fan of Graham Annable through the recent releases of the adventure game - Puzzle Agent. I found the art and sense of humor to be spot on. The same goes for this little treasure of a book. The main disappointment anyone can have with this is that there really isn't enough of it! There are a lot of frames where very little happens so it becomes a mega-quick read. Still, I found it very enjoyable and memorable while it lasted, and the book is made of high quality material. Buy it and have some fun! Support awesome artists!
Wen
I have personally become a big fan of Graham Annable through the recent releases of the adventure game - Puzzle Agent. I found the art and sense of humor to be spot on. The same goes for this little treasure of a book. The main disappointment anyone can have with this is that there really isn't enough of it! There are a lot of frames where very little happens so it becomes a mega-quick read. Still, I found it very enjoyable and memorable while it lasted, and the book is made of high quality material. Buy it and have some fun! Support awesome artists!
Ffan
Don't expect to be lost in this book for hours, It probably won't take much more than an hour to read even if you take your time. It is very amusing and charming. I felt that some of the stories that fell a little flat while others were timeless. My favorite story was the one that ended with the word "Hero". You will know exactly what I mean if you read the book.
Ffan
Don't expect to be lost in this book for hours, It probably won't take much more than an hour to read even if you take your time. It is very amusing and charming. I felt that some of the stories that fell a little flat while others were timeless. My favorite story was the one that ended with the word "Hero". You will know exactly what I mean if you read the book.
watching to future
Great looking hardcover book. The comics are funny and charming and the presentation is well done. Inspired to check this out from the artists computer game with a similar style, Puzzle Agent.
watching to future
Great looking hardcover book. The comics are funny and charming and the presentation is well done. Inspired to check this out from the artists computer game with a similar style, Puzzle Agent.
Rainshaper
Graham Annable's award-nominated decade long comic strip series "Grickle" gets a collected "best of" in this lovely hardback edition from Dark Horse.

Annable's day job is an animator and seeing the drawings of Grickle you can see that clearly. Varying from 6 to 12 panels a page, the one-step-up-from-stickmen characters in Annable's worlds move around fluidly and eye-catchingly.

The stories are fantastic and really funny. They range from pathos to humour and excel wonderfully at both. "Misery and his company" features two grandchildren pretending to be a policeman and a crack dealer in front of their sour faced grandpa with a great punchline from the grandpa at the end. "Decency" features two youngsters killing a frog with stones, while "Old Man River" enacts a real life event from 19th century America and gives death a magical, beautiful rendering.

While most of Annable's strips concern real life events he dares to dream and takes us onto space missions on distant moons, alien races invading other alien worlds only to be defeated by toothpaste, strange little people showing up, and a life lived under the sea.

My favourite was the longest story here "By Necessity" which deals with relationships brilliantly and features the funniest one liner about a dead wombat ever written.

I'd never heard of Annable but I'm glad I took a chance on this guy's work as it's amazingly funny and the stories are really well told. I highly recommend it to comics fans looking for a good read.
Rainshaper
Graham Annable's award-nominated decade long comic strip series "Grickle" gets a collected "best of" in this lovely hardback edition from Dark Horse.

Annable's day job is an animator and seeing the drawings of Grickle you can see that clearly. Varying from 6 to 12 panels a page, the one-step-up-from-stickmen characters in Annable's worlds move around fluidly and eye-catchingly.

The stories are fantastic and really funny. They range from pathos to humour and excel wonderfully at both. "Misery and his company" features two grandchildren pretending to be a policeman and a crack dealer in front of their sour faced grandpa with a great punchline from the grandpa at the end. "Decency" features two youngsters killing a frog with stones, while "Old Man River" enacts a real life event from 19th century America and gives death a magical, beautiful rendering.

While most of Annable's strips concern real life events he dares to dream and takes us onto space missions on distant moons, alien races invading other alien worlds only to be defeated by toothpaste, strange little people showing up, and a life lived under the sea.

My favourite was the longest story here "By Necessity" which deals with relationships brilliantly and features the funniest one liner about a dead wombat ever written.

I'd never heard of Annable but I'm glad I took a chance on this guy's work as it's amazingly funny and the stories are really well told. I highly recommend it to comics fans looking for a good read.
Kazracage
The story with the frog brought a tear to my eye, but the rest of Grickle features comic-strip level stories and pedestrian artwork. It may be the point that the drawings are completely 2-dimensional and unremarkable. but ultimately, this is a forgettable exercise.
Kazracage
The story with the frog brought a tear to my eye, but the rest of Grickle features comic-strip level stories and pedestrian artwork. It may be the point that the drawings are completely 2-dimensional and unremarkable. but ultimately, this is a forgettable exercise.