Stuck rubber baby

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Paradox Press, 1995 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 210 pages
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The artwork embodies this sensibility too. - Goodreads
Tony Kushner's intro, however, should be skipped. - Goodreads
It is like cartoon photographs. - Goodreads
... the illustrations don't instantly appeal to me. - Goodreads

Review: Stuck Rubber Baby

User Review  - Fizzgig76 - Goodreads

Toland Polk is living in an exciting and dangerous time. Born in the south, Toland find himself at the forefront of the civil rights movement but is also facing his own challenges. Toland is dealing ... Read full review

Review: Stuck Rubber Baby

User Review  - Sean Kottke - Goodreads

Like Maus, Stuck Rubber Baby deals with the intersection of the personal and the historical, in this case, a young man coming of age in the South during the Civil Rights era while coming to understand ... Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Howard Cruse (New York, NY) is an award-winning illustrator. His critically acclaimed graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, won literary awards in Germany and France. He has also published five book-length compilations of his comics from such periodicals as Playboy, The Village Voice, Artforum International, and Heavy Metal. He is the creator of Wendel, a 1980s comic strip featured in The Advocate.

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