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This is a preview sampler of Stray Lines, a comics anthology featuring work from five of Irelands most exciting underground cartoonists. This preview contains samples of all five stories in the full book. You can purchase the complete publication here in both physical and digital formats:

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Abouting the contributors

Philip Barrett has self-published nine issues of his catch-all comic, Matter, to date. Other works include a best-of collection The Human in Me (2010, Verbal Arts) and Wheres Larry (2012, OBrien Press). Philip spends too much time thinking too much about making more comics more quickly. Rather than just making them. www.blackshapes.com

Barry Hughes is an illustrator, graphic designer and comic book artist from Dublin. He likes smelling old books and eating Bombay mix. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ barrytonic/

Gus Hughes is an artist based in Dublin. He is currently preparing his first solo exhibition of paintings. This exhibition will take place in the year 2025. www.gushughes.com

Andrew Judge is an architect living in the west of Ireland who likes to write and draw comics when not making buildings. www.andrewjudge.net

Chris Judge is an illustrator and childrens book author based in Dublin, Ireland. His three books for children The Lonely Beast, The Great Explorer, and The Brave Beast have all been published by Andersen Press. www.chrisjudge.com

Paddy Lynch is a cartoonist, and graphic designer from Dublin. His debut graphic novel Big Jim: Jim Larkin & the 1913 Lockouts, a collaboration with writer Rory McConville, is due in early 2013 from the OBrien Press. Until then you can check out his self published minicomics. He cooks a mean homemade pizza. www.patrickl.net

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Thank you for reading the preview of Stray Lines. To purchase the complete publication, please go to:

www.cardboardpress.com/stray-lines
ISBN 978-0-9574033-0-7

6.99  8.50 $ 11.00

9 780957 403307

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