My Dirty Dumb Eyes

Sharply observant, laugh-out-loud funny comics from The Believer cartoonist and New York Times illustrator My Dirty Dumb Eyes is the highly anticipated debut collection from award-winning cartoonist Lisa Hanawalt.

My Dirty Dumb Eyes

Sharply observant, laugh-out-loud funny comics from The Believer cartoonist and New York Times illustrator My Dirty Dumb Eyes is the highly anticipated debut collection from award-winning cartoonist Lisa Hanawalt. In a few short years, Hanawalt has made a name for herself: her intricately detailed, absurdly funny comics have appeared in venues as wide and varied as The Hairpin, VanityFair.com, Lucky Peach, Saveur, The New York Times, and The Believer. My Dirty Dumb Eyes intermingles drawings, paintings, single-panel gag jokes, funny lists, and anthropomorphized animals, all in the service of satirical, startlingly observant commentary on pop culture, contemporary society, and human idiosyncrasies. Her wild sense of humor contrasts strikingly with the carefully rendered lines and flawless draftsmanship that are Hanawalt trademarks. Whether she’s revealing the secret lives of celebrity chefs or explaining that what dogs really want is a tennis-ball bride, My Dirty Dumb Eyes will have readers rolling in the aisles, as Hanawalt’s insights into human (and animal) behavior startle and delight time and again.

I Want You

The filthy, funny early work from the acclaimed illustrator and Bojack Horseman production designer Before the critically acclaimed animated shows, the bestselling graphic novel Coyote Doggirl, or the humor collections Hot Dog Taste Test ...

I Want You

The filthy, funny early work from the acclaimed illustrator and Bojack Horseman production designer Before the critically acclaimed animated shows, the bestselling graphic novel Coyote Doggirl, or the humor collections Hot Dog Taste Test and My Dirty Dumb Eyes, cartoonist Lisa Hanawalt was a comic-book-industry sensation with her Ignatz Award-winning minicomic series I Want You. Hanawalt’s outlandish humor and ingenious formalism are evident in the comics collected here. Her love of anthropomorphism and scatology are on full display, all lovingly and grotesquely drawn by Hanawalt in obsessive, unnerving detail. The stars here are She-Moose, who we join sex-toy shopping, and He-Horse, who we learn mid-flight suffers from ornithophobia. The true star of I Want You may just be Hanawalt’s hilarious command of the graphic listicle. “Top Causes of Freeway Accidents” is a prescient pre-BoJack display of Hanawalt’s love for all things equine. “Things We Are Sorry We Did Last Night” includes the murder of all Hanawalt's Google doppelgängers. Whether she’s discussing the daily commute or masturbation, she packs each comic in I Want You with punchy cultural observations and sharp-witted reflections on typically taboo subjects. A master humorist, Hanawalt strikes the perfect balance between drawing the gorgeous and the repugnant, the fantastical and the lifelike, the bizarre and the hilarious—creating a deeply human experience that everyone can relate to.

Coyote Doggirl

"Coyote is a dreamer and a drama queen, brazen and brave, faithful yet fiercely independent.

Coyote Doggirl

"Coyote is a dreamer and a drama queen, brazen and brave, faithful yet fiercely independent. She beats her own drum and sews her own crop tops. A gifted equestrian, she's half dog, half coyote, and all power. With the help of her trusty steed, Red, there's not much that's too big for her to bite off, chew up, and spit out right into your face, if you deserve it. But when Coyote and Red find themselves on the run from a trio of vengeful bad dogs, get clobbered by arrows, and are tragically separated, our protagonist is left fighting for her life and longing for her displaced best friend. Taken in by a wolf clan, Coyote may be wounded, but it's not long before shes back on the open road to track down Red and tackle the dogs who wronged her."--Publisher description.

Funny on Purpose

How did the deal for My Dirty Dumb Eyes come about? Drawn and Quarterly asked me if I wanted to make a book and I said yes. It was just like a high school prom should be. How important is merch to the overall Hanawalt brand?

Funny on Purpose

“A guidebook to the world of professional humoring . . . Randazzo pulls off the rare trick of being funny while discussing comedy.” —Michael Ian Black, The New York Times Book Review It takes guts to be a comedian, and it takes smarts to make a living off it. In this insider’s guide, former Onion editor Joe Randazzo delivers a funny and insightful blueprint for those looking to turn their sense of humor into a vocation, and solicits advice and stories from the likes of Judd Apatow, Jack Handey, Weird Al Yankovic, Rob Delaney, Joan Rivers, Tim & Eric, Nick Kroll, Lisa Hanawalt, and more. Explaining how it works and how to break in, Joe provides tips and guidance, outlines successful career paths, and gives readers the knowledge and inspiration to launch a career in comedy with confidence. “Covers an impressive range of comedy formats including standup, improv, sketch, TV, writing, directing, animation, and YouTube . . . includes tons of little details (reviews of websites that accept submissions, tips on how to create funny characters), any one of which might be the thing to jumpstart a comedian’s success.” —Publishers Weekly

BoJack Horseman The Art Before the Horse

Please feel free to grab a marker and add tails to all the following pages in your personal copy of this book. Lisa Hanawalt is an artist in Los Angeles. She is also the author of My Dirty Dumb Eyes, Hot Dog Taste Test, ...

BoJack Horseman  The Art Before the Horse

Netflix’s BoJack Horseman has quickly become one of the most critically acclaimed animated comedy series in recent memory. Set in an off-kilter, cynically spun rendering of modern-day Hollywood, the show follows washed-up horse actor BoJack Horseman (voiced by Will Arnett) as he attempts to turn his life around. BoJack Horseman: The Art Before the Horse is the official behind-the-scenes companion to this cult-hit series. Part oral history sourced from original interviews with the show’s cast and crew, part art book—including sketches, storyboards, and background art—this book will trace the series from conception to post-production. Beginning with the initial development of creator/ showrunner Raphael Bob-Waksberg and production designer Lisa Hanawalt’s inimitable aesthetic vision, The Art Before the Horse goes on to reveal all of the moving parts—direction, writing, casting, animation, and music—that come together to form this uniquely bleak, emotionally potent, very funny show. Also Available: BoJack Horseman 2019 Wall Calendar (ISBN: 978-1-4197-3177-8)

I Think I Am In Friend Love With You

... author of Un/ovable 6% The warmth of Yumi's soft brushstrokes and vulnerability of her words make me feel less alone in this weird world. I think I am in book-love.9% —LISA HANAWALT, author of My Dirty Dumb Eyes Adamso Adams Media ...

I Think I Am In Friend Love With You

Presents a cartoon that depicts the special bond between friends, that thrives on swapping books, mutual reblogs, and the happiness felt when together, known as friend-love.

On the Graphic Novel

We have whimsical and intensely personal works, like My Dirty Dumb Eyes (2013) by Lisa Hanawalt, Mark Twain's Autobiography (2011) by Michael Kupperman, and Ant Farm (2014) by Michael DeForge. The list would be too long and the ...

On the Graphic Novel

A noted comics artist himself, Santiago García follows the history of the graphic novel from early nineteenth-century European sequential art, through the development of newspaper strips in the United States, to the development of the twentieth-century comic book and its subsequent crisis. He considers the aesthetic and entrepreneurial innovations that established the conditions for the rise of the graphic novel all over the world. García not only treats the formal components of the art, but also examines the cultural position of comics in various formats as a popular medium. Typically associated with children, often viewed as unedifying and even at times as a threat to moral character, comics art has come a long way. With such examples from around the world as Spain, France, Germany, and Japan, García illustrates how the graphic novel, with its increasingly global and aesthetically sophisticated profile, represents a new model for graphic narrative production that empowers authors and challenges longstanding social prejudices against comics and what they can achieve.

A History of Women Cartoonists

In 2013, My Dirty Dumb Eyes was called a “one-woman anthology”, a kind of potpourri of Hanawath's works, whose drawing is full of originality. Hot Dog Taste Test (2016) continues on the road of different comics.

A History of Women Cartoonists

In this volume, Mira Falardeau looks at the work of great women artists and their experiences in the industry to reveal advice and positive encouragement for future cartoonists. Heavily illustrated with cartoons and artwork from many of the best in the field, the book also asks serious questions about why there have been so few women cartoonists in the field of visual humor and if the digital age is opening more opportunities for female humorists. Falardeau is uniquely positioned to ask these questions. She has spent decades as an art historian, a specialist in visual humor, and the author of several books and essays on cartoonists and their history. She was also a former cartoonist herself—among the first generation of women in her field during the 1970s and 1980s. A History of Women Cartoonists is the first book to offer a truly global survey and analysis of the great women cartoonists of the last three decades—and a welcome addition to the history of comics and cartoons.

The Book of Jezebel

My Dirty Dumb Eyes, a collection of her comics and artwork, is being published by Drawn and Quarterly in 2013. Lisa's website is www.lisahanawalt.com. Margaret Hartmann is a writer and former staffer at Jezebel.

The Book of Jezebel

From Jezebel.com, the popular website for women, comes a must-read encyclopedic guide to pop culture, feminism, fashion, sex, and much more. Within months of Jezebel's May 2007 appearance on the new media scene, fans of the blog began referring to themselves as "Jezzies" in comment threads and organizing reader meet-ups in cities all over the world. By 2008, the devotion of the self-appointed Jezzies reached such a fever pitch that the New York Times ran a feature story about them and parody blogs and copycat websites began popping up right and left. With contributions from the writers and creatives who give the site its distinctive tone and broad influence, The Book of Jezebel is an encyclopedia of everything important to the modern woman. Running the gamut from Abzug, Bella and Baby-sitters Club, The to Xena, Yogurt, and Zits, and filled with entertaining sidebars and arresting images, this is a must-read for the modern woman.

Lyric In Its Times

Either way, the eye/I plunges back in time from the eye-ache of the present through the archaic human record, ... viewer the moon has become stupid, as in eyes that merely copy and confirm 'what my dirty hands | have touched'.

Lyric In Its Times

In this important new intervention, leading poet and critic John Wilkinson explores the material life of the lyric poem. How does the lyric – considered as an object, as an event – grapple with permanence and impermanence, the rhythms of change and the passing of time? Drawing on new insights from contemporary philosophy and object-oriented ontology, psychoanalysis and the visual arts, The Lyric in Its Times includes innovative and insightful new readings of work by a wide range of lyric poets, from Shakespeare, Blake and Shelley to Charles Baudelaire, Frank O'Hara and J.H. Prynne.

Pretty in Ink

Her movie reviews in comics form and more have been collected in My Dirty Dumb Eyes (2013). Laura Park has been widely anthologized. After her minicomic Do Not Disturb My Waking Dream, in which she drew recipes and singing cats, ...

Pretty in Ink

Trina Robbins has spent the last thirty years recording the accomplishments of a century of women cartoonists, and Pretty in Ink is her ultimate book, a revised, updated and rewritten history of women cartoonists, with more color illustrations than ever before, and with some startling new discoveries (such as a Native American woman cartoonist from the 1940s who was also a Corporal in the women’s army, and the revelation that a cartoonist included in all of Robbins’s previous histories was a man!) In the pages of Pretty in Ink you’ll find new photos and correspondence from cartoonists Ethel Hays and Edwina Dumm, and the true story of Golden Age comic book star Lily Renee, as intriguing as the comics she drew. Although the comics profession was dominated by men, there were far more women working in the profession throughout the 20th century than other histories indicate, and they have flourished in the 21st. Robbins not only documents the increasing relevance of women throughout the 20th century, with mainstream creators such as Ramona Fradon and Dale Messick and alternative cartoonists such as Lynda Barry, Carol Tyler, and Phoebe Gloeckner, but the latest generation of women cartoonists―Megan Kelso, Cathy Malkasian, Linda Medley, and Lilli Carré, among many others. Robbins is the preeminent historian of women comic artists; forget her previous histories: Pretty in Ink is her most comprehensive volume to date.

Hot Dog Taste Test

The new book from the James Beard Award-winning cartoonist and designer/producer of Netflix’s Bojack Horseman "Frankly speaking, you should get off your buns and go buy this book — you'll relish it."—Amy Sedaris "Hot Dog Taste Test ...

Hot Dog Taste Test

The new book from the James Beard Award-winning cartoonist and designer/producer of Netflix’s Bojack Horseman "Frankly speaking, you should get off your buns and go buy this book — you'll relish it."—Amy Sedaris "Hot Dog Taste Test roasts food obsession in its many forms with a sometimes gross, sometimes charming collection of watercolors, sketches and comics."—Lucy Feldman, Wall Street Journal "[Hot Dog Taste Test is] hilarious and at times breathtakingly inventive.”—Graeme Macmillan, Wired "Hanawalt’s art balances the somber and the playful... [and her] hybrids make use of the estrangement between human and animal."—Chris Randle, The Guardian Hot Dog Taste Test serves up Lisa Hanawalt's devastatingly funny comics, saliva-stimulating art, and deliciously screwball lists as she skewers the pomposities of foodie subculture. From the James Beard Award-winning cartoonist and production designer/producer of Bojack Horseman, Hot Dog Taste Test dishes out five-star laughs as Hanawalt keenly muses on pop culture, relationships, and the animal in all of us.

THE KINGD O M A Testimony

His eyes were narrow slits of anger. Eye guess Eye offended him ... Can you spell dumb ass in German? Eye'll spell it: ... Eye said, “At least my Mama washes my dirty drawers and cusses me out about it, won't let me hear the last of it.

THE KINGD O M  A Testimony


Dirty Whispers

... in my arms like a dead fish. After around a minute of panting and pulling, he wobbles to his feet. He waves me away, as if already forgetting that I'm the one who just helped him up. He looks around the arena with big dumb eyes, ...

Dirty Whispers

Dirty Whispers is book 1 of the O'Donnell Crime Family trilogy. Books 2 and 3, Dirty Thoughts and Dirty Secrets are available everywhere now! I’m her worst sinful nightmare. She’s the kind of girl who has no business around a brute like me. Nineteen. Beautiful. So fragile she could break from a hard stare. She’s running from something—or someone. I saved her, but now I’ll own her. I’m a mob enforcer—I hurt people for a living, not go around saving girls. But Emily was something else. She was so young. So innocent. The way her eyes would pull away when you look hard enough --like she’s afraid she’ll break. I had no business being around her, no business kissing her. But once I had a taste, I couldn’t stop myself. I’ll own her sweet curves. Use her for my pleasure . And leave her ruined for anyone else.

Bad Witch Burning

I watch the blood leak out of his chest in a lazy ooze onto the dirty floor , spreading in a dark pool under him . Glassy brown eyes ... into my shoes . Gerald says something , his dumb eyes wide like a cow's , but I don't hear it .

Bad Witch Burning

For fans of Lovecraft Country and Candyman comes a witchy story full of Black girl magic as one girl's dark ability to summon the dead offers her a chance at a new life, while revealing to her an even darker future. Katrell can talk to the dead. And she wishes it made more money. She’s been able to support her unemployed mother—and Mom’s deadbeat-boyfriend-of-the-week—so far, but it isn’t enough. Money’s still tight, and to complicate things, Katrell has started to draw attention. Not from this world—from beyond. And it comes with a warning: STOP or there will be consequences. Katrell is willing to call the ghosts on their bluff; she has no choice. What do ghosts know of having sleep for dinner? But when her next summoning accidentally raises someone from the dead, Katrell realizes that a live body is worth a lot more than a dead apparition. And, warning or not, she has no intention of letting this lucrative new business go. Only magic isn’t free, and dark forces are coming to collect. Now Katrell faces a choice: resign herself to poverty, or confront the darkness before it’s too late.

Heaven s Spite

This timeI steeled myself, and lookedwith bothsmart and dumb eye. My pager quit buzzing, blessedly. A misshapen hunk satinthe middleof thegouged linoleum, dripping with corruption. It was veiled with a fall of black cloth, ...

Heaven s Spite

When a new hellbreed comes calling, playing nice isn't an option. Jill Kismet has no choice but to seek treacherous allies -- Perry, the devil she knows, and Melisande Belisa, the cunning Sorrows temptress whose true loyalties are unknown. Kismet knows Perry and Belisa are likely playing for the same thing -- her soul. It's just too bad, because she expects to beat them at their own game. Except their game is vengeance. Nobody plays vengeance like Kismet. But if the revenge she seeks damns her, her enemies might get her soul after all. . .

Keep One Eye Open

He rested his hand on the back of my neck and looked into my eyes; we were nearly the same height now. ... I was dumbfounded at the perfection that I held in my arms, the long, dark eyelashes, the wild mass of dark hair on top of her ...

Keep One Eye Open

Don’t miss these four unforgettable psychological thrillers, now together in one electrifying e-book package from bestselling masters of suspense Mary Kubica and Heather Gudenkauf, as well as Graeme Cameron and Kaira Rouda. The twists and turns will keep you guessing, and keep you up reading late at night! DON’T YOU CRY In downtown Chicago, Esther Vaughan disappears from her apartment without a trace. A haunting letter addressed to My Dearest is found among her possessions, leaving her roommate Quinn to question how well she really knew her friend. Meanwhile, in a small town an hour outside Chicago, a mysterious woman appears in the quiet coffee shop where eighteen-year-old Alex works as a dishwasher. He is immediately drawn to her, but what starts as an innocent crush quickly spirals into something far more sinister. As Quinn searches for answers about Esther, and Alex is drawn further under the stranger’s spell, master of suspense Mary Kubica takes readers on a taut and twisted thrill ride that builds to a stunning conclusion and shows that no matter how fast and far we run, the past always catches up with us. THE WEIGHT OF SILENCE It happens quietly one hot August morning in Iowa: two families awaken to find their little girls have gone missing in the night. Seven-year-old Calli Clark suffers from selective mutism brought on by a tragedy when she was a toddler. Petra Gregory is Calli’s best friend—and her voice. But neither girl has been heard from since they vanished. Now, Calli and Petra’s parents are tied by the question of what happened to their children. And the answer is trapped in the silence of unspoken family secrets. NORMAL He lives on your street, in a nice house with a tidy garden. He shops at your local supermarket. He drives beside you on the highway, waving to let you into the lane ahead of him. He also has an elaborate cage in a secret basement under his garage. The food he’s carefully shopping for is to feed a young woman he’s holding there against her will—one in a string of many, unaware of the fate that awaits her. This is how it’s been for a long time. It’s normal…and it works. Perfectly. But this time it’s different… BEST DAY EVER Paul Strom is the perfect husband: breadwinner, protector, provider. That’s why he’s planned a romantic weekend for his wife, Mia, at their lake house, just the two of them. And he’s promised today will be the best day ever. But as Paul and Mia drive out of the city and toward the countryside, a spike of tension begins to wedge itself between them and doubts start to arise. How much do they trust each other? And how perfect is their marriage, or any marriage, really? Forcing us to ask ourselves just how well we know those who are closest to us, Best Day Ever is a gripping, tautly suspenseful tale of deception and betrayal dark enough to destroy a marriage…or a life.

Daniel Snow and the Sapphire Moon

“Were they dumb?” I asked stopping my search and looking into her deep eyes. She copied my movement and gazed into my ... They burned as I looked around; my dirty, blond hair wavered around my eyes. I quickly pushed it away and looked ...

Daniel Snow and the Sapphire Moon

Daniel Snow was an ordinary guy with a boring life but he had big dreams to become a great adventurer just like his uncle. His dreams come true when his uncle mysteriously dies and leaves an object in his possession — a can! This can unexpectedly pulls him into a bizarre trip around the world with an amazing girl. In this adventure, he finds himself in deep trouble from thieving assassins and ancient mysteries of the tribe while searching for the amazing treasure his uncle died trying to find—the Sapphire Moon. Will he find it or will his search end as badly as it did for his uncle?

Big Sur

ST CAROLYN BY THE SEA – 'You were my last chance'she's said but dont all women say that? ... seems God is really getting mad for such a world and's about to destroy it: big cliffs wobbling in my dumb eyes: God says 'It's gone too far, ...

Big Sur

In 1960 Jack Kerouac was near breaking point. Driven mad by constant press attention in the wake of the publication of On the Road, he needed to 'get away to solitude again or die', so he withdrew to a cabin in Big Sur on the Californian coast. The resulting novel, in which his autobiographical hero Jack Duluoz wrestles with doubt, alcohol dependency and his urge towards self-destruction, is one of Kerouac's most personal and searingly honest works. Ending with the poem 'Sea: Sounds of the Pacific Ocean at Big Sur', it shows a man coming down from his hedonistic youth and trying to come to terms with fame, the world and himself.

Providence

I leaned forward in my chair, watching her expression change from insult to shock. “What? ... You know his payroll was full of dirty cops, right? ... Stop playing dumb.” Her eyes tightened; my rudeness narrowly outweighed her curiosity.

Providence

In the old world shadows of Providence, Rhode Island, Nina Grey finds herself the center of a war between Hell and Earth. Struggling with her father’s recent death, Nina meets Jared Ryel by chance…or so she believes. Although his stunning good looks and mysterious talents are a welcome distraction, it soon becomes clear that Jared knows more about Nina than even her friends at Brown University. When questions outnumber answers, Jared risks everything to keep the woman he was born to save—by sharing the secret he was sworn to protect. When her father’s former associates begin following her in the dark, Nina learns that her father is not the man she thought he was, but a thief who stole from demons. Searching for the truth behind her father’s death, Nina stumbles upon something she never expected—something Hell wants—and only she holds the key.