Autobiographical comics
Autobiographical comics (often referred to in the comics field as simply autobio) are autobiography in the form of comic books or comic strips. The form first became popular in the underground comics ...
Barefoot Gen (1977 film)
Barefoot Gen: Explosion of Tears (はだしのゲン 涙の爆発, Hadashi no Gen: Namida no Bakuhatsu) is the live-action film of Barefoot Gen Part2 in 1977.
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Theater Hopper
Theater Hopper is a semi-autobiographical webcomic based on the escapades of characterized versions of author Tom Brazelton, his wife Cami, and buddy Jared, as they discuss, attend, and purchase films...
Barefoot Gen
Barefoot Gen (はだしのゲン, Hadashi no Gen) is a Japanese manga series by Keiji Nakazawa. Loosely based on Nakazawa's own experiences as a Hiroshima survivor, the series begins in 1945 in and aroun...
The Playboy: A Comic Book
The Playboy is a graphic novel by Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown, serialized in 1990 in Brown's comic book Yummy Fur and collected in book form in 1992. It deals with Brown's guilt and anxiety ove...
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Fortune and Glory
Fortune and Glory is an Eisner Award–nominated 3-issue American comic book limited series by Brian Michael Bendis, telling the story of his attempts to break into Hollywood by writing screenplays for ...
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Paying for It
Paying for It, "a comic strip memoir about being a john", is a 2011 graphic novel by Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown. A combination of memoir and polemic, the book explores Brown's decision to giv...
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The Complete Crumb Comics
The Complete Crumb Comics was an award-winning series of collections from Fantagraphics Books which was intended to reproduce the entire body of American cartoonist and comic book artist/writer Robert...
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Chester Brown's autobiographical comics
Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown attracted attention from critics and his peers in the early 1990s alternative comics world when he began writing autobiographical comics in his comic book series Yumm...
Barefoot Gen (1976 film)
Barefoot Gen (はだしのゲン, Hadashi no Gen) is the first live-action film of Barefoot Gen in 1976.
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Jim (comics)
Jim is a comic book series by Jim Woodring. It began in 1980 as a self-published zine and was picked up by Fantagraphics Books in 1986 after cartoonist Gil Kane introduced Woodring to Fantagraphics co...
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Honkawa Elementary School Peace Museum
The Honkawa Elementary School Peace Museum (本川小学校平和資料館 Honkawa Shogakkou Heiwa Shiryokan) is a museum of the Peace in Honkawacho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Japan. The school was the closest school to ground...
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Barefoot Gen (TV drama)
Hadashi no Gen (はだしのゲン, Barefoot Gen) is a Japanese television special drama.The drama come from the one of the popular manga "Barefoot Gen" written by Keiji Nakazawa, from his real experience...
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Marisa Acocella Marchetto
Marisa Acocella Marchetto is a cartoonist for The New Yorker and Glamour magazines. Her work has appeared in the New York Times and Modern Bride, among other publications. She is the author of Just Wh...
I Never Liked You
I Never Liked You is a graphic novel by Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown. The story first ran between 1991 and 1993 under the title Fuck, in issues #26–30 of Brown's comic book Yummy Fur; publi...
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Peepshow (comics)
Peepshow is the title of a 1992 comic book collection and an ongoing autobiographical comic book by American cartoonist Joe Matt, both published by Drawn and Quarterly. The book collects strips publi...
Binky Brown Meets the Holy Virgin Mary
Binky Brown Meets the Holy Virgin Mary is a comic-book story from 1972 by American cartoonist Justin Green. Green takes the persona of Binky Brown to tell of the intrusive thoughts that gave him psyc...
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American Splendor
American Splendor is a series of autobiographical comic books written by Harvey Pekar and drawn by a variety of artists. The first issue was published in 1976 and the most recent in September 2008, wi...
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Barefoot Gen (1980 film)
Barefoot Gen: Part 3 Battle of Hiroshima (はだしのゲン Part 3 ヒロシマのたたかい, Hadashi no Gen: Part 3 Hiroshima no Tatakai) is the live-action film of Barefoot Gen Part 3 in 1980.
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Pedro and Me
Pedro and Me is an autobiographical graphic novel by Judd Winick regarding his friendship with AIDS educator Pedro Zamora after the two met while on the reality television series, The Real World: San ...
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The Playboy
The Playboy is a graphic novel by Canadian cartoonist Chester Brown, serialized in 1990 in Brown's comic book Yummy Fur and collected in book form in 1992. It deals with Brown's guilt and anxiety ove...
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Burma Chronicles
Chroniques Birmanes, published in English as Burma Chronicles, is a 2007 Canadian graphic novel written and illustrated by Guy Delisle. Burma Chronicles is a travelogue about Delisle's time spent in B...
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Autobiographical graphic novel
Autobiographical comics (often referred to in the comics field as simply autobio) are autobiography in the form of comic books or comic strips. The form first became popular in the underground comics ...
American Splendor (film)
American Splendor is a 2003 American biographical comedy-drama film about Harvey Pekar, the author of the American Splendor comic book series. The film is also in part an adaptation of the comics, whi...
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