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Killer snark by Kyle Baker - Illustration
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Killer snark

Illustration
Ink
23 x 27 cm (9.06 x 10.63 in.)
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About Kyle Baker

Kyle Baker is the author of the successful graphic novels 'You are Here', 'Why I Hate Saturn', 'The Cowboy Wally Show' and 'I Die at Midnight'. His cartoons is appeared in big journals and magazines such as The New York Times, Esquire, Rolling Stone and New York Magazine. For this last magazine he illustrated the weekly 'Bad Publicity' strip for three years. He began his career in the 1980s, drawing for a great many comics companies. Among his earliest credits are Marvel's 'Spider-Man' and 'New Mutants'. Other comics work was published by Deluxe/Lodestone (1985), DC (1986-91), Dolphin/Doubleday (1988), New Comics Group (1989), Titan Books (1989), Piranha Press/DC (1990), Valiant (1990), First (1990-91), and Dark Horse (1994). He has done Disney adventure strips, as well as comic adaptations of 'Through the Looking-glass' and the 'Dick Tracy' movie. Baker has been awarded with the Harvey Award and the Eisner Award, and has also been working in the animation field. Text (c) Lambiek