Wed, May 30, 2012 -- 10:00 AM

Daniel Clowes

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Daniel Clowes
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Daniel Clowes

The pages of comic books are most often thought of as places for superheroes and evildoers. But over the course of his career as a cartoonist and screenwriter, Daniel Clowes has turned those familiar panels into windows on the complex challenges of everyday loneliness, alienation and despair. Oakland-based Clowes joins us to discuss the retrospective of his work currently showing at the Oakland Museum of California.

Host: Michael Krasny


  • Daniel Clowes, cartoonist and screenwriter

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