Diary Comics # 4
By Dustin Harbin
Dustin Harbin’s Diary Comics may have begun as a sketchbook exercise, and first seen print as a quotidian daily journal, but over their lifespan they’ve morphed into something more meaningful. They’ve become an exploration, not only of a person’s life, but of their own changing perception of that life. While the comics are no longer a daily-style journal, they still meander through whatever is on Harbin’s mind, warts and all, using the everyday events of his life to comment on the world and what it all might mean to one dumb cartoonist.
$10.00 CDN | OUT OF PRINT
4.25 x 5 inches, 88 pages, saddle-stitched, b&w interior with full color covers with French flaps
Published by Koyama Press, September 2012