Broken Frontier recently posted a good review of the Collected John G. Miller books. If you haven’t checked out Miller, a sub-underground cartoonist from Glasgow, you definitely should. He’s been working for decades and his style is something else. Comix Report ran an extract from the Collected John G. Miller 1980/1989 back in January. Now, in case you needed another nudge, here’s a selection of one pagers from the book covering Miller’s 2000s work.
The Collected John G. Miller 2000/2011. 160 pages. 8.25″ x 12″. B/W interiors throughout. Braw Books.
From the wildernesses of Glasgow, Scotland comes the dense, expressively angular works of John G. Miller, one of the rather more under-the-radar talents in alternative and underground cartooning. Published by Braw Books, the Collected John G. Miller 1980/89 draws together Miller’s early works, charting his development and stabilization as an artist, while putting his signature style and intense approach to storytelling on full display.
The Collected John G. Miller 1980/1989. 118 pages. 8.25″ x 11.75″. B/W interiors throughout. Braw Books.