Nathan Bulmer’s work has appeared in MAD Magazine, Time Out New York, Seattle Magazine, The Comics Journal, and his own self-published mini- comics. Eat More Bikes takes its title from Bulmer’s daily webcomic, but the comics in this collection are all new. Rest easy Bulmer believers, these comics are just as joke-filled and still traffic in the same ab- surdist humour Eat More Bikes is known for. Guaran- teed to have butterflies, at least one BMX, and a duck constabulary; not guaranteed to be found filed under cycling or food.
Eat More Bikes
7 x 10 inches, 36 pages, with a b&w interior and colour softcover
A new self-contained issue in Michael DeForge’s one-man anthology series. In the issue’s main story, “Dogs 2070,” screenwriter Stephen tries to reconnect with his ex-wife and son in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
7 x 10 inches, 32 pages, b&w interior, colour softcover.
Published by Koyama Press, 2011.
The second issue of Michael DeForge's series features a stand alone horror comic about two children and the monsters they find in the woods.
Nominated in the category of Best Book in the 2011 Doug Wright Awards.
7 x 10 inches, 24 pages, b&w, full colour softcover.
Published by Koyama Press, 2010.
16p, 4.25 x 5.5", 2014, b/w with color cover
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- Thursday Nov 13 - 3:58pm
We're back on our Scuttlebutt blog with our Comic Arts Brooklyn report, and our Brooklyn Ale House party report and our Grumpy Bert show report and our year-end report and a tiny, little look ahead to next year. CAB is, for us and lots of other comics people, the start of the holiday season, so we're a little Auld Lang Syne-ish about the show. There were hiccups this time around, and no Cartoon House (see the post for an explanation of that) but CAB still has the best exhibitors at any show, making Brooklyn proud. Speaking of heart-warming, many thanks to the folks at Grumpy Bert. Someone came all the way from Philadelphia just to see Theo and the brand new second book of his Understanding Monster trilogy. That's the kind of amazing that made 2014 our best year ever. We owe everyone a big thank you for reading our books and, really, for reading. You guys are the best. Normally, in our last post of the year, we babble about all the new stuff coming your way. We can't do that anymore. We're joining the likes of Koyama Press and Uncivilized Books and Nobrow at the good distributorship, Consortium. Sure, that's business stuff, but it's a big deal for Secret Acres. Still, we did manage to sneak at least one 2015 comic into this final blathering. Read on...
Comic Arts Brooklyn is today! I'll be signing at the Secret Secret Acres table!
Join us and Theo Ellsworth and everybody else tonight for a gallery show and some Comic Arts Brookyln pre-gaming at Brooklyn’s own Grumpy Bert! You can beat the CAB crowd to the punch and get your very own signed and sketched copy of Theo’s latest, the Understanding Monster Book Two. Book Two picks up where Book One left off, following Pharoah Tellitome, Inspector Gimble, Turtletree, Master Sponko and Minnow on their collective quest to awaken Izadore and re-establish his identity and memory. Get to Grump Bert early enough and you can really lord it over folks: the first ten to arrive get a limited edition Theo print made just for tonight’s show. Of course, there will be free beer and bubbly, too. What more is there to life?