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What’s old is new again

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D+Q has had a banner year with new releases, so it isn’t always easy to take note of “old” titles, even when they’re being reprinted. But there it is: in just the past 12 months we’ve done reprints of 20 different titles, the most in our history. And the scope of all of the titles being reprinted is very wide: some titles were originally published nearly 2 decades ago, while others are so new that reprints have gone through even before their publication dates.

 

 

D+Q has had a banner year with new releases, so it isn’t always easy to take note of “old” titles, even when they’re being reprinted. But there it is: in just the past 12 months we’ve done reprints of 20 different titles, the most in our history. And the scope of all of the titles being reprinted is very wide: some titles were originally published nearly 2 decades ago, while others are so new that reprints have gone through even before their publication dates.

I’ve broken it down into three categories, based on the decade in D+Q’s history when each respective title was originally published. For anyone taking note, both Chester Brown and Adrian Tomine have titles in all three “eras.”


Third decade (2010-present)
Hark! A Vagrant, by Kate Beaton
Lint (ACME Novelty Library Volume 20), by Chris Ware
The Native Trees of Canada, by Leanne Shapton
Scenes From An Impending Marriage, by Adrian Tomine
Paying For It, by Chester Brown
The Great Northern Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonists, by Seth
The Adventures of Herge, by Jose-Louis Bocquet, Jean-Luc Fromental, and Stanislas Barthélémy
Goliath, by Tom Gauld

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