Stan Mack Appearing at the NBM Booth at APE 2012
Stan Mack, author of TAXES, THE TEA PARTY, AND THOSE REVOLTING REBELS: A History in Comics of the American Revolution, heads to the 2012 Alternative Press Expo (APE) on October 13 and 14 in San Francisco.
APE presents the very best in alternative, small press, and self-published comics, with an Exhibit Hall packed with cutting-edge creators. This year’s Exhibit Hall features over 400 exhibitors, including some of the biggest indie comics publishers, plus artists and DIY creators showcasing their comics, books, zines, original art, hand-made items, and much more.
Stan Mack will bring his new book, Taxes, The Tea Party and Those Revolting Rebels: A History in Comics of the American Revolution and will be signing throughout the weekend at the NBM booth (#203)
A cartoonist de-mythologizes the Founding Fathers and makes them more ‘like us’”says The New York Times. Uncannily relevant to today’’s world. Learn about the original revolt against taxes: the Boston Tea Party, and the original Occupy movement: the Rebels in revolt against the status quo. A whimsical and informative pictorial history featuring a chubby, insecure King George III, rebellious and misunderstood colonists, loudmouthed and insensitive aristocrats, and more. Updated from the original Stan Mack’s Real Life American Revolution published by Avon books in 1994 .
Stan will be appearing at the NBM booth throughout the weekend (Booth #203) and can also be found on Saturday, October 13th at the 12:45 PM panel, Comics as Political Statement which will focus on everything from one-panel political cartoons to graphic novels that lead us to question our political mindsets, comics have always been an important part of the political sphere. Stan will join Eric Drooker (Flood, Blood Song), Miriam Libicki (jobnik!), and Ben Katchor (Julius Knipl, The Cardboard Valise), to discuss with Andrew Farago (Cartoon Art Museum) the ways in which their political attitudes affect their work and the ways they hope their work will affect the attitudes of others.
For more information, visit the APE website, HERE!