edited by Alvin Buenaventura
“Comics” is a two-page spread of assorted comics published exclusively in the print edition of the Believer. Below is a rundown of this issue’s comics and contributors.
Relief by Jonathan Bennett
Jonathan Bennett is a cartoonist and book designer who lives in Brooklyn, New York, with wife Amy, their son Elliot, and three goldfish.
Random Access by Charles Burns
Charles Burns draws comics every now and then and is the cover illustrator for the Believer.
Bureau of Indisputed Truths by Domitille Collardey
Domitille is French and lives in Brooklyn with her husband amidst piles of things.
Titters and Comics masthead by Michael Deforge
Michael Deforge lives in Toronto and draws the comic book Lose.
Anemone by Lilli Carré
Lilli Carré is a cartoonist and animator living in Chicago. Her most recent book is called Nine Ways to Disappear.
Boy’s Club by Matt Furie
Matt Furie likes to draw creepy weird stuff. Issue #4 of Boy’s Club, his comic of the same name, is now available.
Henry David Thoreau and Friends by Tom Gauld
Tom Gauld is an illustrator and cartoonist. He lives in London. His latest book is Goliath.
Giorgio & Dimitrius by Leif Goldberg
Leif Goldberg started a collaborative jam fold-out poster series for 2011.
Race Murdock by Eric Haven
Eric Haven is the creator of The Aviatrix and Tales To Demolish.
College Dog by Inechi Ngaderas
Goof Ballz by Andrew Jeffrey Wright
Andrew Jeffrey Wright lives in Philadelphia and is 100% artist. He believes art, science, and love can save the world.