Promotional ad for the first book collection of Maus by Art Spiegelman, 1986.

Promotional ad for the first book collection of Maus by Art Spiegelman, 1986.

Advertisement for National Lampoon-esque magazine Apple Pie (previously titled Harpoon until NL objected) featuring the signatures of comix contributors Kim Deitch, Bill Griffith, Justin Green, Ned Sonntag, Ted Richards, Jerry Lane, Charles Rodrigues, S. Clay Wilson, and Art Spiegelman, 1975.

Advertisement for National Lampoon-esque magazine Apple Pie (previously titled Harpoon until NL objected) featuring the signatures of comix contributors Kim Deitch, Bill Griffith, Justin Green, Ned Sonntag, Ted Richards, Jerry Lane, Charles Rodrigues, S. Clay Wilson, and Art Spiegelman, 1975.

Promotional ad for RAW #8, the final issue of the classic anthology series’ original large format run, edited by Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly, 1986.

Promotional ad for RAW #8, the final issue of the classic anthology series’ original large format run, edited by Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly, 1986.

Title page from ‘Manhattan’ as published in RAW #1 by Jacques Tardi (translation by Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly), 1980.This classic will be collected, newly translated by Kim Thompson, along with three other Tardi tales of the Big Apple in New York Mon Amour from Fantagraphics, due April, 2012.

Title page from ‘Manhattan’ as published in RAW #1 by Jacques Tardi (translation by Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly), 1980.

This classic will be collected, newly translated by Kim Thompson, along with three other Tardi tales of the Big Apple in New York Mon Amour from Fantagraphics, due April, 2012.

Second part of brochure from MoMA’s Projects 32 exhibition featuring Art Spiegelman, 1991. Text by Robert Storr.

Second part of brochure from MoMA’s Projects 32 exhibition featuring Art Spiegelman, 1991. Text by Robert Storr.

First part of brochure from MoMA’s Projects 32 exhibition featuring Art Spiegelman, 1991. Text by Robert Storr.

First part of brochure from MoMA’s Projects 32 exhibition featuring Art Spiegelman, 1991. Text by Robert Storr.