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Two More Page 100s

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

Two more people have taken on the Page 100 Project…

The hugely talented Matthew Daley draws Nick Cave’s And the Ass Saw the Angel.

And And Chilean artist Hugo Robles did this adaptation of Argentinean writer Adolfo Bioy Casares: “The Invention of Morel

Page 100 Project List

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

So ages ago, Dave Howard suggested to me that it might be an interesting idea for cartoonists to try adapting a part of a novel they liked. And then recently when JD Sallinger died, that notion came back to me, and then I thought oh it might be interesting to attempt to do a comic of some portion of one of his books. As I sat on the couch staring at the shelves of books, I thought it might be fun to try it with different books. Maybe just a page. Maybe the SAME PAGE from each book. Say, page 100. And thus…

THE PAGE 100 PROJECT

Feel welcome to join in. It’s easy: Just pick a book, turn to page 100, and adapt it as a comic. Let me know if you do one: jasonturner@jasonturnerproject.com

Here is a list of the one’s done so far:
The Yiddish Policeman’s Union by me
The Fermata by me
The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Jason Rainey
The Hawkline Monster by Rebecca Dart
The Master and Margarita by Mark Campos
The White Bone by Emily C
H. L. C. Jaffé’s book on De Stijl by Idiomdrottning
A Wizard of Earthsea by Melanie Carson
Farewell my Lovely by Brian Moore.
Carter Beats the Devil by Rick McGee
Capote – a Biography by Beldan Sezen
And the Ass Saw the Angel by Matthew Daley
The Invention of Morel by Hugo Robles
A Wild Sheep Chase by Josh Bauman
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Dorian Lafferee
Red Harvest by Mark Campos
Island of Adventure by David Marmota
The Selfish Gene by Mark Oftedal
The Secret Garden by Spiral Stairs
Out of the Silent Planet by Dave Nelson
The Tao of Pooh by Get in Here
Popcorn by Christopher Downes
2001: A Space Odyssey by Anthony Woodward
Bertie Wooster Sees Through It by Brian Moore
The Shadow Rising by kimiko
Howl’s Moving Castle by Seph Hunter
Sabriel by Arkonbey
Small Gods by Arkonbey
A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian by Steafan Collins
Engines of Destiny by Lee
Aliens: The Labyrinth by Lee
The Prisoner of Zenda by Colleen Frakes
Women by Joe Decie
The Road by FHNavarro (scroll down a bit for the English version)
Game of Thrones by Brian Evinou
the Road by Spiralstairs
No Country for Old Men by Dan Berry.
Illuminatus! by Bruce Otter
Pulp by Chris Woods
Bible by Darko Macan (in Croatian!)
Fragments by Jurica Staresincic
a joke from a 3000 Jokes book by David Vrhovski
Felidae by Sonja Gasperov
The Weed that Strings the Hangman’s Bag by Jason Turner
William Shatner’s 2009 autobiography Up Till Now by Michael Darmanin
The Name of the Rose by Maja
The Old Man and the Sea by Dupli
A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Ersatz Elevator by Sara Divjak
The Lazarus Project by FAB
Real Life Japanese by Jusuf
Weaveworld by Diana Robaš
Schott’s Original Miscellany by Jusuf
Storia di una gabbianella e del gatto che le insegnò a volare by Marco Palombelli
Round Ireland with a Fridge by Andrew Goldsworthy
The Forgotten Soldier by Pictogramax
1984 by Finn Clark
The Road by Erwann Surcouf

More Page 100 Project!

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Hey exciting stuff! The extremely talented Rebecca Dart took on the Page 100 Project! Check out her rendition of page one hundred of “The Hawkline Monster” by Richard Brautigan.

The Page 100 Project

Friday, April 16th, 2010

Hey neat, someone else attempted a Page 100: The Moon is a Harsh Mistress from Jason Rainey. I will have to keep a list of these things somewhere. I actually started working on another one the other day.

Another Page 100

Sunday, March 28th, 2010

I did another Page 100 Project page, from Nicholson Baker’s “The Fermata” You can see it over here until I get a proper venue set up for these.

Gettin’ Vernal with it

Saturday, March 20th, 2010

I burned a cd of a music mix I had been fiddling with the past couple of weeks this morning. I’m pretty happy with it, nice and peppy. I called it “Gimme Springtime” completely forgetting that today is the equinox! So it was a most appropriate day to drop it. Happy spring everyone!

Oh also, I did a first run at the Page 100 Project, which you can read over here for now.

Also, I took a fairly flawed panorama of the view from the school, across the road from my house.