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Harvey Pekar
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Total Titles at Criticker: 5 - You've Seen 0

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The Cartoonist: Jeff Smith, BONE and the Changing Face of Comics (2009)
The inspiring story of Jeff Smith's creation of the epic comic book, Bone, hailed by Time Magazine as "one of the ten greatest graphic novels of all time." Fellow cartoonists, as well as friends, associates, experts and Jeff himself, share their stories of this worldwide phenomenon that began in small comics shops and is now found in 25 countries. In addition to discussing Jeff's early years, the film provides a look at a unique industry and art form that continues to change and evolve. (en.wikipedia.org)
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The Comic Book Lady (2008)
In this tale of sexual dysfunction and unhappiness, a lady tries her best to manage her comic book business and her most unusual marriage. The daily grind is sometimes too much as eccentric customers and an unique relationship push her to the edge. (imdb)
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All That You Love Will Be Carried Away (2004)
A traveling salesman comes to a motel in Nebraska to commit suicide because he "couldn't go on living the way he had been living". He has a wife, a daughter, and a hobby: recording graffiti which he discovered on his many travels. He first started noting down scrawls on the walls that attracted his attention without any reason but then became "fascinated with those messages"... (Wikipedia)
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American Splendor (2003)
The true saga of a working-class Everyman who pursues self-expression without self-censorship -- and finds a grateful audience, critical admiration, and that most remarkable of happy endings, a loving family. (Fine Line Features)
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Vinyl (2000)
Alan Zweig investigates the wacky world of record collecting. (imdb)
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