7 × 10 inches
1, 2, & 5 color offset
french fold jacket
2001 is a vessel that takes itself in as it unfolds in many directions.
— Maggie Umber
Vast starfields cover , truly giving a "ladies and gentlemen we are floating in space" feel to the actions of its running, leaping, dancing, chatting characters.
— Comic Book Resources
Thoughtful, concise, elegant ― Blaise Larmee's 2001 manages to traverse vast expanses of thought, excavating ideas with a strange and lovely discordant cohesion.
— Hall Hassi, kE7
Blaise Larmee continues his examination of comics and the self within the physical, mental, and theoretic grid.
— Aidan Koch, After Nothing Comes
A conceptually tight and dense book of intellectual and romantic comics, drawings,
and related materials, jacketed by Japanese and South Korean flags. 2001 begins at the center with
the titular comic and expands outward, leaving twin wakes of character sheets, architectural plans
detritus, comics characters dialoguing about subjects such as love, sociology, and practice,
drawings made with lighters, letters from his mother, short texts on linearity and goal-orientation
in 5th grade. Larmee stages spacetime masterfully ― and without claim of copyright ― in this
explosive gift to the creative world, one of those books that thrives on its own nature as a
It is a BEST AMERICAN COMICS 2019 Notable
title, selected by Bill Kartalopoulos.