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Adrian Tomine was born May 31st, 1974 in Sacramento, California. His uneventful childhood was spent in various small towns along the West Coast. He currently resides in Berkeley, where he studies English at the University of California and continues to write and draw Optic Nerve.
This is a great set! I love Tomine's work because it's not always so aparantly autobiographical as with a lot of other GN's and alternative comics. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chris
HOLY S***. This is one of the best comics I have ever read, I'm now obsessed with this guy. I've read Raymond Carver comparisons....Published 8 months ago by Cameron Johnson
Once you fall in love with Tomine's OPTIC NERVE comics published by Drawn and Quarterly, don't miss out on this collection of his original mini-comics! Read morePublished on August 11, 2013 by Hwy61Joe
Adrian Tomine is a genius. His stories and art are more realistic than life itself. It's astonishing. Read morePublished on April 25, 2011 by Frederico Faro
If you're only looking to read a comic book with high-quality printing and stunning illustration, this is not the purchase you'd want to make. Read morePublished on November 4, 2009 by Pipsqueak
This is a great concept and well executed except for the cheap cardboard box. The two sides of the slipcase are not the same thickness, and due to the fact that the box is hollow,... Read morePublished on August 10, 2009 by Arvis Paisley
This is a box of several reprints. The art is great, the stories are cool, and you can see progress of a great comic artist unfold before your eyes. Adrian Tomine is fantastic!Published on August 9, 2009 by Steven Abercrombie
I haven't seen the fancy hardcover, but from the early softcover these are great raw early Tomine stories. Read morePublished on June 17, 2009 by Zachary Berman