Blaise Larmee by James D. Bowman 3
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Life meets us between what we meant and what we’ll mean. The practice of Blaise Larmee wavers between two poles: the harried preoccupations of a sociopoliticized movement towards plurality in [“alternative”] comics on the one hand, and the sensitive tonalities of poetic imagery on the other. Between a vanished past and hidden future, Larmee arrives.
James D. Bowman 3 considers Blaise Larmee's practice in containers with the following titles: CHILDREN AND PRETEENS, "ALTERNATIVE" COMICS, A BEAUTIFUL HORIZON, AN AESTHETIC REPRESENTATIVE, "INTERMISSION" / "RELATED CONTENT", 2001, and 3 BOOKS / CONCLUSION.
Includes a catalogue of work by Blaise Larmee.