Adrian Tomine

Graphic novelist

Graphic novelist

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Graphic novelist and cartoonist Adrian Tomine’s cartoons regularly appear in The New Yorker. His other works include the novel “Killing and Dying” and the comic series “Optic Nerve.”

Graphic novelist Adrian Tomine on why point of view can’t be taught

Graphic novelist and cartoonist Adrian Tomine’s cartoons regularly appear in The New Yorker. His other works include the novel “Killing and Dying” and the comic series “Optic Nerve.”

from The Treatment

For The Treat this week, graphic novelist Adrian Tomine, whose book “Killing and Dying” was a New York Times bestseller, talks about why Mike Leigh’s film “Naked” pushes him to be a…

Graphic novelist Adrian Tomine on the filmmaker who makes him feel ill… in a good way

For The Treat this week, graphic novelist Adrian Tomine, whose book “Killing and Dying” was a New York Times bestseller, talks about why Mike Leigh’s film “Naked” pushes him to be a…

from The Treatment

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