FROM Jules Feiffer
Jules Feiffer’s New Medium Jules Feiffer has been a cartoonist for some 70 years. His comics appeared in the Village Voice for decades. He’s also written books, plays, screenplays and a memoir. Now, at age 85, Jules Feiffer has written his first graphic novel. It’s a comic noir set in the 1930s and ‘40s, written in the style of the pulp novels and detective movies of the time.
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