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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
New York : Villard, 2007
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|Description:||148 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Blue / story by Chris Stevens, illustrated by Gia-Bao Tran --
Meet me tonight in dreamland / story by Jay Busbee, illustrated by Tony Fleecs, lettered by Jason Hanley --
Taken on faith / story by Ande Parks, illustrated by Joseph Bergin III, lettered by Jason Hanley --
Send Louis his underware / story by Matt Dembicki, illustrated by Jason Copeland, lettered by Jason Hanley --
Res Libero / story by A. David Lewis, illustrated by Danielle Corsetto, lettered by Danielle Corsetto & Jason Hanley --
Homesick / story by Joshua Hale Fialkov, illustrated by Micah Farritor, lettered by Jason Hanley --
Cora's dress / story by James W. Powell, illustrated by Drew Gilbert, lettered by Jason Hanley --
A joyous Eastertide / story and illustration by Phillip Hester, lettered by Jason Hanley --
Tic-tac-bang-bang / story by Stuart Moore, illustrated by Michael Gaydos, lettered by Jason Hanley --
Quarantined / story by Jason & RJ Rodriguez, illustrated by Seamus Heffernan --
Best side out / story by Anthont Johnston, illustrated by Noel Tuazon, lettered by Jason Hanley --
Intersection / story by Neil Kleid, illustrated by Jake Allen --
The midnight caller's holiday in Hades / story by Robert Tinnell, illustrated by Brendon and Brian Fraim --
Operation Torch / story by Rick Spears, illustrated by Rob G, lettered by Jason Hanley --
The history of a marriage / story by Harvey Pekar & Joyce Brabner, illustrated by Matt Kindt.
|Responsibility:||Jason Rodriguez, editor ; James Powell, assistant editor ; Jason Handley, additional letters.|
WorldCat User Reviews (1)
A creative collection of postcard-inspired stories
I bought this book a few years ago at SDCC and I finally got around to reading it. Writers and artists come together to tell stories based off of older postcards and the messages written on them. It's an interesting exercise, and the stories range from sweet romances to creepy murder mysteries,...
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