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Chrissy Spallone is a nationally published illustrator/underground cartoonist, trading card artist, and author of the blog "Bibliowhining." She specializes in satirical and funny comics, often of the old-school, pen-and-ink variety. Her work has appeared in literary journals such as "The Salt Hill Journal," "Palooka Journal," "Sweet: A Literary Confection and "The Black Warrior Review." Chrissy personally enjoys "Tales from the Crypt," older "Mad Magazine," and the work of Basil Wolverton, R. Crumb, Dan Clowes, Jim Woodring, Mike Diana, Mark Beyer, Edward Gorey and Wayne Thiebaud.

Published and spoken quotes about Chrissy Spallone's work:

"Chrissy Spallone’s graphic story, “A World Without Surprises” has a satisfying old-fashioned comic book feel to…

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  • Born on February 14
  • Joined October 16, 2010

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About


Chrissy Spallone is a nationally published illustrator/underground cartoonist, trading card artist, and author of the blog "Bibliowhining." She specializes in satirical and funny comics, often of the old-school, pen-and-ink variety. Her work has appeared in literary journals such as "The Salt Hill Journal," "Palooka Journal," "Sweet: A Literary Confection and "The Black Warrior Review." Chrissy personally enjoys "Tales from the Crypt," older "Mad Magazine," and the work of Basil Wolverton, R. Crumb, Dan Clowes, Jim Woodring, Mike Diana, Mark Beyer, Edward Gorey and Wayne Thiebaud.

Published and spoken quotes about Chrissy Spallone's work:

"Chrissy Spallone’s graphic story, “A World Without Surprises” has a satisfying old-fashioned comic book feel to it."
-NewPages

" ... well-drawn and conceptually intriguing... even if the dialogue is a little convoluted."
-The Review Review

"...we all know how the ‘artsy’ types think on a different tangent and we lesser mortals can never figure out the path of their creative peregrinations without a map and torch...I am a fan of her varied ranged humor and what she does with it."
-Information Space

"I opened it up and couldn't stop reading it. It made me late for work, but in a good way."
-Jonathan Starke, editor, Palooka Journal

"There's definitely something there...something honest."
-Gary Groth, president of Fantagraphics Books

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