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Drawn & Quarterly, Apr 1, 2002 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 260 pages
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World-famous cartoonist Dick Burger has earned millions and become the most powerful man in the comics industry. However, behind his rapid rise to success, there lies a dark and terrible secret, as biographer Leonard Batts discovers when he visits Burger's hometown in remote New Zealand. One of the best graphic novels of the past decade.

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User Review  - bluepigeon - LibraryThing

I guess if you like comics and graphic novels, then you've heard of Hicksville. Except, I just recently found out about it, thanks to a recent edition that just got published. Here, Horrocks does ... Read full review

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User Review  - eeio - LibraryThing

Hicksville tells real stories from the comic book industry in the guise of fictional tales. it's very meta but it doesn't feel overly intelectual, it's actually quite heartfelt and imaginative. it's ... Read full review


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