Everybody Gets It Wrong!

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September 2013

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“David Chelsea is the crown prince of 24-hour comics.” – Scott McCloud

Writer/artist David Chelsea's first six 24-Hour Comics are collected into one volume! Following rules devised by comics legend Scott McCloud, the acclaimed graphic novelist and commercial artist has created six inspired improvisations – each drawn in a single day! This collection is filled with experimentation, witty pun play, and hilarious literary allusions!

• Surreal fiction from longtime
New York Observer illustrator and frequent Dark Horse Presents contributor!

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Comic Bastards

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“A hugely compelling venture, as each of its stories was written over a period of a single day and in accordance with the rules established by McCloud. This is not a collection of refined, fully-realized comic books, this is a peek behind the eaves of sequential art storytelling, a look at the comic clockwork. As the foreword says, ‘This is live jazz’ – it’s speed chess, a Def Poetry Jam, freestyle rap … but in comic book form. This is not a book that should be judged simply on how good it looks or how well it reads, because it’s not about polish. It’s about process. And it’s pretty damn fascinating.” – Steven E. Paugh

Comics Grinder

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“David Chelsea is the sort of cartoonist who can create precise work while also keeping it very fluid. He has mastered his art and he has a wicked sense of humor … For a cartoonist of Chelsea’s caliber, what could be better than to let loose, like jazz, and float away in a whirlwind of improvisation?” – Henry Chamberlain

The Comics Journal

•American comics magazine

“I’ll read anything David Chelsea puts out … It’s a very funny, lively broadside against the state of autobiographical comics, bearing a level of visual polish that simply doesn’t seem possible to manage over a 24-hour period – and yet!” – Joe McCulloch