Altcomics Magazine 6 is a magazine edited by Blaise Larmee featuring Kyung Me, Helen Stefanie, Michel Esselbrügge, Robin Vehrs, Cynthia Alfonso, Óscar Raña, Julia Huete and Kevin Huizenga. It was published by 2dcloud in 2017 in an edition of 2000. It is 24 pages, letter size (8.5 by 11 inches), bound with staples, and offset printed in CMYK. The cover is by Kyung Me.
Altcomics 10 was an event organized by 2dcloud featuring Aleksandra Schillmoeller, Blaise Larmee, Rita Fürstenau, Xia Gordon, Anna Haifisch, Simon Hanselmann, Eli Howey, Carmen José, Juliacks, Joe Kessler, Carta Monir, Brie Moreno, Tommi Parrish, Nadine Redlich and Jake Terrell at TCAF on May 13th, 2017.
Altcomics Magazine 4 is a magazine edited by Blaise Larmee featuring Maggie Umber, Juliacks, Christopher L. G. Hill, Stephen Hayes, Wiley Guillot and Tracy Auch. It was published by 2dcloud in 2016 in an edition of 2000. It is 16 pages, letter size (8.5 by 11 inches), bound with staples, and offset printed in CMYK. The cover is by Maggie Umber.
Altcomics Magazine 2 is a magazine edited by Blaise Larmee featuring Margot Ferrick, Frank Santoro, Austin English and Dylan Williams. It was published by 2dcloud in 2016 in an edition of 2000. It is 16 pages, 7.5 by 10 inches, bound with staples, and risograph printed in 1 color. It was printed by Perfectly Acceptable. The cover is by Margot Ferrick.
Mirror Mirror 1 is an anthology edited by Blaise Larmee featuring Andrea Bjürstrom, Leslie Weibeler, Nicholas Verstraeten, Caroline Hennessy, Katherine Poe, Margot Ferrick, Connor Willumsen, Tracy Auch, Leon Sadler and Nou. It was published by 2dcloud in an edition of 2000. It is 192 pages, B5 (6.9 by 9.8 inches), bound with thread and glue, and offset printed in black and white, 2 color and CMYK. The cover is by Margot Ferrick. The posters are by Andrea Bjürstrom.
"It reads like an auditory experience," said Sam Alden.
"The mirror reflects and magnifies the artists," said Joe McCulloch.
"Blaise Larmee was a natural choice," said Hyperallergic.
Altcomics Magazine 1 is a magazine edited by Blaise Larmee featuring Aidan Koch, Sab Meynert, Lala Albert and Nou. It was published by 2dcloud in 2015 in an edition of 2000. It is 16 pages, 7.5 by 10 inches, bound with staples, and risograph printed in 1 color. It was printed by Perfectly Acceptable. The cover is by Nou.
"I feel myself getting further and further away from the truth of this comic with every word I write," said Shawn Starr.
"Not surprisingly, it's an imaginary interview with imaginary artists who discuss their imaginary careers using celebrity in conjunction with feminism, using tools like webcams to disseminate their work far and wide," said Rob Clough.
Mould Map 3 is an anthology edited by Hugh Frost and Leon Sadler featuring Aidan Koch, Amalia Ulman, Angie Wang, Ben Mendelewicz, Blaise Larmee, Brenna Murphy, CF, Cody Cobb, Daniel Swan, Dmitry Sergeev, Gabriel Corbera, GHXYK2, Hugh Frost, Jacob Ciocci, James Jarvis, Joseph Kelly, Jonas Delaborde, Jonathan Chandler, Jonny Negron, Julien Ceccaldi, Karn Piana, Kilian Eng, Lala Albert, Lando, Leon Sadler, Matthew Lock, Noel Freibert, Olivier Schrauwen, Robert Beatty, Sam Alden, Sammy Harkham, Simon Hanselmann, Stefan Sadler, Viktor Hachmang and Yuichi Yokoyama. It was published by Landfill Editions in 2014 in an edition of 1500. It is 224 pages, A4 (8.3 by 11.7 inches), bound with glue, and offset printed in 1 color, 3 color and 4 color. The posters are by Kilian Eng, Gabriel Corbera and Ben Mendelewicz. Includes an embroidered patch.
Limner 2 is an anthology edited by Alice Lindsay and Peter Willis featuring Jordan Chatwin, Blaise Larmee, Colin David Stewart, Peter Willis, Penny Klein, Murray O'Grady, Stine Belden Røed, Grace Helmer, Jay Cover, Holly Mills, Reena Makwana, Kai Nodland, Reuben Mwaura, Joe Kessler, Liv Taylor, Eric Timothy Carson, Charlotte Mei, Umberto Eco, Ella Mclean, Florence Shaw, Nick White, Alice Lindsay, Good Press, Joakim Ojanen, Mike Redmond, Jon Pilkington, Chie Miyazaki, Lisa Wilkens, Rose Blake, Megan Woof, Dan Shapiro and Isabella Toledo. It was published by Studio Operative in 2013. It is 168 pages, 4.7 by 6.7 inches, bound with thread, CMYK.
Sonatina 1 is an anthology edited by Scott Longo featuring Aidan Koch, Andy Burkholder, Blaise Larmee, Chris Andersen, Dane Martin, Dylan McKeever, Jason Overby, Maré Odomo, Mark Hensely and Scott Longo. It was published by Sonatina Comics in 2012 in an edition of 2000. It is 80 pages, 7 by 9 inches, bound with staples, and offset printed in CMYK and black and white.
Mould Map 2 is an anthology edited by Hugh Frost and Leon Sadler featuring Will Sweeney, Shary Boyle, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Viktor Hachmang, Karn Piana, Susumu Mukai, Travess Smalley, Raphael Garnier, Jonny Negron, Marijpol, Samara Scott, Sister Arrow, Tom Sewell, Rui Tenreiro, Will Simpson, Hugh Frost, Leon Sadler, Singeon Waters, Tristram Lansdowne, Blaise Larmee, Christopher Norris, Stefan Sadler and Panayiotis Terzis. It was published by Landfill Editions in 2011 in an edition of 1000. It is 24 pages, A3 (11.7 by 16.5 inches), bound with staples, and offset printed in 4 colors. Includes 1 x A4, 1 x A5 prints and 5 x A6 prints
Astral Talk is an anthology edited by Aidan Koch featuring Clara Bessijelle, Austin English, Dunja Jankovic, Blaise Larmee, Jason Overby, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Ward Zwart and Aidan Koch. It was published by Publication Studio in 2011. It is 64 pages, 6 by 7.8 inches, bound with glue, and xerograph printed in black and white.
Dan Quayl is an anthology featuring Amy Kuttab, Jason Overby, Jesse McManus and Blaise Larmee. It was published by Teenage Dinosaur, Gazeta, Revival House and Sparkplug in 2011. It is 24 pages, 6.5 by 10.25 inches, bound with staples, and offset printed in black and white. Produced for Free Comic Book day.
Taffy Hips 8 is an anthology edited by Zara Messano and Gil Gentile featuring Magic Sweater, Gil Gentile, Jesse McManus, Austin English, CF, Allen Riley, Edie Fake, Blaise Larmee, Zara Messano, Garrett Young, Shalo P., Sam Gaskin, Santiago Grijalva Bustamante, Vanessa Davis, Clara Bessijelle, Jason Overby, Inés, Alan Resnick, Patrick Kain, Jesse Moynihan, Lala Albert and Gabe Fowler. It was published by Zara Messano and Gil Gentile in 2010 in an edition of 100. It is 60 pages, half legal (7 by 8.5 inches), bound with thread, and xerograph and screen printed in black and white and 1 color. The cover is by Marie Blanchard. The posters are by Gil Gentile.
Studygroup12 4 is an anthology edited by Zack Soto featuring Trevor Alixopulos, T Edward Bak, Chris Cilla, Max Clotfelter, Farel Dalrymple, Eleanor Davis, Vanessa Davis, Michael Deforge, Theo Ellsworth, Jason Fisher, Nick Gazin, Richard Hahn, Levon Jihanian, Aidan Koch, Amy Kuttab, Blaise Larmee, Corey Lewis, Kiyoshi Nakazawa, Tom Neely, Jennifer Parks, Karn Piana, Jim Rugg, Tim Root, Zack Soto, Ian Sundahl, Jon Vermilyea, Angie Wang, Steve Weissman and Dan Zettwoch. It was published by Zack Soto and Jason Leivian in 2010 in an edition of 500. It is 232 pages, 9 by 12 inches, bound with glue, and offset and screen printed in 1 color and 2 color.
"Once in a while a lot of attention will be paid to someone’s hair or another detail and it will be completely shaded," said Julia Rothman.
"It is also, most obviously, the work of a young man (born in 1985) trying to understand the mythologies he’s interpreted for himself," said Dan Nadel.
"It is difficult to separate Larmee’s theories from his actual work, so all I can do is take both at face value," said Rob Clough.
"A fairly straightforward "aimless young smart people" graphic novella in the vein of Adrian Tomine or Ghost World-era Dan Clowes, drawn in the wispy, dreamlike style of C.F," said Sean T. Collins.
"Young Lions is a somewhat controversial book (which we're always happy to see) around the Atomic offices," said Benn Ray.
"Un truc complètement mystique, un style retro, très plaisant même si on comprend pas tout," said Akiki.
"Reading Young Lions is like clapping to keep Tinkerbell alive," said Martyn Pedler.
"3.85," said Goodreads.
Abstract Comics is an anthology edited by Andrei Molotiu featuring R. Crumb, Victor Moscoso, Spyros Horemis, Jeff Zenick, Bill Shut, Patrick McDonnell, Mark Badger, Benoit Joly, Bill Boichel, Gary Panter, Damien Jay, Ibn al Rabin, Lewis Trondheim, Andy Bleck, Mark Staff Brandl, Andrei Molotiu, Anders Pearson, Derik Badman, Grant Thomas, Casey Camp, Henrik Rehr, James Kochalka, John Hankiewicz, Mike Getsiv, J.R. Williams, Blaise Larmee, Warren Craghead III, Janusz Jaworski, Richard Hahn, Geoff Grogan, Panayiotis Terzis, Mark Gonyea, Greg Shaw, Alexey Sokolin, Jason Overby, Bruno Schaub, Draw, Jason T. Miles, Elijah Brubaker, Noah Berlatsky, Tim Gaze, troylloyd and Billy Mavreas. It was published by Fantagraphics in 2009. It is 232 pages, 8.9 by 11.3 inches, bound with thread, and offset printed in CMYK.