Going for the Gold: the 2012 Republican Nomination
by William Harroff
About the Book
The Grand (really) Old Party did everything to pitch their wide tent over Obama. Didn’t work… again! I have spent the last few years developing an original body of work known collectively as the Wascally Wee Willys™. I tell my comic stories with quilt-like narratives composed of interwoven patterns, color, graphics and word balloons inspired by 1950s comics. I love art. I love books. Those two passions have defined my life experiences and career as an award-winning artist for thirty years, working primarily in digital formats for the last two decades.
Features & Details
- Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Feb 15, 2012
- Language English
- Tags Wascally Wee Willy, comic art, low brow, pop art, comic books, William Harroff, comics, Harroff, naughty, erotic, humorous, satirical, politics, Republicans, candidates, president, 2012
In 1958, I joined the Supermen of America. I have done my best to pursue Truth, Justice and the American Way ever since. I was awarded the 1st Marvelmaniac-of-the-Month award in 1969 by Mark Evanier and a coveted No-Prize by Stan Lee soon after. I have taught manga at Technos University in Tokyo; illustration at Oskar Kokoschka’s School of Vision in Salzburg; and lectured on creating comics around the world. I have also studied with leading illustrators such as Germany’s Luis Murschetz, as well as current comic greats, Christopher Moeller, Scott McCloud and Matt Kindt.