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Optic Nerve #12
Floppy is as floppy does
" Oy, girl, what a world. The rest of Optic Nerve #12 is taken up with a letters column,..."

Sept. 30, 2011 Books Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Scrapbook: Uncollected Works 1990-2004
All this 'represents my hobbies, my diversions, my day jobs,' says Adrian Tomine, who will be at BookPeople on June 15, in his brief introduction. But it's so much more.
"...Maybe you're familiar with Adrian Tomine's Optic Nerve series of comic books from Drawn & Quarterly,..."

June 11, 2004 Books Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Comics Worth Spending Money on
Three Chronicle writers recommend 14 current comics, from standard superhero fare to funny-animal satire to slice-of-life drama.
"...Optic Nerve..."

May 3, 2002 Books Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

All Light, Everywhere
Chilling and insightful look at the birth of our surveillance culture
"...complex systems. For those blind spots, beginning with the optic nerve, sending the brain impulses to invent the world..."

June 18, 2021 Movie Review by Josh Kupecki

Green Room
Punks and Nazi skinheads meet in this tense yet lovely kick in the teeth
"...the 1995 Adrian Tomine story “Pink Frosting,” from his Optic Nerve comic, that I first learned about “kissing the..."

April 22, 2016 Movie Review by Josh Kupecki

Triumph of the Yellow Kid
Comics are art, Spiegelman notes in his panel-busting history lesson
"...Purgatory), Seth (Clyde Fans, Palookaville), and Adrian Tomine (Scrapbook, Optic Nerve). As if that weren't enough, a museum is..."

Oct. 22, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Journey Into Clarity #83
For years he'd blamed his sister for destroying his comic book, a book worth over two grand today. Looking back at a painful memory brings Wayne Alan Brenner that much closer to understanding why losing that darned comic book at age seven meant so much.
"...bits of brilliance like Maus and Jimmy Corrigan and Optic Nerve and so on. These days, I could really..."

Dec. 24, 1999 Features Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

New Austin Music Worth Your Bandwidth This Week
What we’re listening to
"...Presto, Syme lent Messrs. Peart, Lifeson, and Lee an optic nerve flexing their powerful inner/outer space aural exploration. Whitesnake's..."

June 25, 2021 Music Feature by Derek Udensi

"Work Play Money Love What It Is What Could Be Both Neither Art Design" at Northern-Southern
This intersection of art and design traffics in graphic and sculptural brilliance
"...their process' history or their underlying meanings, strike your optic nerve with sudden, irrefutable power: You know exactly what..."

Nov. 29, 2019 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

East Austin Studio Tour? Here’s Four More Picks!
Just doing our best to mitigate that bothersome FOMO, citizen…
"...plethora of large paintings that’ll just about explode your optic nerve with their gorgeous weirdness? Check out what David..."

Nov. 17, 2016 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Tomine & Beaton & Drawn & Quarterly: Yes, This
These two collections will rock your heart, brain, and funny bone
"...stories already, in the most recent numbers of Tomine's Optic Nerve "floppy" comics, and I was thrilled to have..."

Sept. 19, 2015 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Texas Book Festival: First Authors
Margaret Atwood leads the list of 20 authors for the 20th fest
"...a new collection drawn from his ongoing comics series Optic Nerve. And Chuck Palahniuk, the man we can thank..."

July 17, 2015 Arts Post by Robert Faires

It Gets Better Than This?
In general, not bloody likely
"...The cliche about something being an embarrassment of riches..."

Sept. 30, 2011 Books Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

First, Free Comic Book Day, and Then – Ka-Baam!!
Comic books and comedy improv go hand in hand, sometimes with repulsor rays
"...Rockets and Julie Doucet's Dirty Plotte and Adrian Tomine's Optic Nerve and the holy navel-gazing trinity of Chester Brown,..."

May 2, 2008 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

B. Krigstein Volume 1
" apparent in current comics artists from Adrian Tomine (Optic Nerve) to Art Spiegelman (Maus) and beyond, and the..."

Aug. 16, 2002 Books Review by Marc Savlov

Structuralist, Collagist, and Surrealist Film: The Poetics of Avant-Garde Cinema
"...Optic Nerve (1985) D: Barbara Hammer. (16 min.)..."

July 13, 2001 Screens Feature

The Long Center for the Performing Arts is delayed until 2005, and MS / Nerve Dance Company and Jason Phelps hold a very personal benefit.
"...$250,000 in 3M products, such as a Volition fiber optic cabling system, special duct wraps, and projection and specialty..."

May 17, 2002 Arts Column by Robert Faires

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