The Awake Field

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Drawn & Quarterly, Mar 21, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 48 pages
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“Ron Regé is one of a handful of cartoonists in the history of the medium not only to reinvent comics to suit his own idiosyncratic impulses and inspirations as an artist, but also to imbue it with his own peculiar, ever-changing emotional energy. To me, he is unquestionably one of ‘the greats.’” —Chris Ware
 The Awake Field is a collection of Regé’s reflections of small-town life during a recent two-year sabbatical in a coastal community in southern Rhode Island. Short stories collide and swirl together, leaving visions of mysterious creatures floating through lush landscapes, pantomimed fairy tales, hypnotic dances, Bible quotations, and peace comics—all in Regé’s idiosyncratic abstract poetic cartoon language.

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Beautiful, original, and very psychedelic. Not a story so much as the writer/artist's wish for PEACE. Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Ron Regé, Jr., currently lives in Los Angeles, where he plays drums in the Lavender Diamond Band. His comics have appeared in McSweeney’s and
his illustrations have appeared regularly in The New York Times and Canada’s
National Post.

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