Nothing to See Here
Like New Yorker gags gone terribly wrong
Nothing to See Here is the highly-anticipated continuation of Chackowicz’s Howie Action Comix series. His one-page gags convey narrative devices that take fans to strange and dark places that exist well beyond joke territory.
“Chackowicz’s great trick is making us think that he has merely drawn us comics and cartoons both surreal and laugh-out-loud hilarious, but at a closer glance we can see that he has also crafted honest-to-god poems — lyrical works of poignancy and depth. His art is unexpectedly wistful, and warm-heartedly wise.” — Jonathan Goldstein (Heavyweight, This American Life, WireTap)
“Chackowicz’s coarse, psychotic cartoons are genuinely funny and a perfect antidote to all the dull, unimaginative alternative comics being churned out these days.” — Jim Blanchard
About the Author
Howard Chackowicz is a cartoonist and illustrator who received a Harvey Award nomination for his work in Dennis Eichhorn’s “Real Stuff.” He was a regular on CBC Radio One’s comedy program WireTap, writing and performing for the show throughout the length of its run from 2004 to 2015. Chackowicz also plays drums for two long-lived Montreal- based bands: The American Devices (1980) and Nutsak (1996) as has frequently played with Sam Shalabi in projects such as “Land of Kush.” He lives and draws in Montreal.
5.25 x 6.5 inches
220 pages b/w