Idoru Jones Returns! (7)
November 27, 2012
Idoru Jones returns… in “boulevard_of_broken_code”! — final installment in a series of seven. (Read the first Idoru Jones series here.) Published every Tuesday and Thursday from Nov. 6 through Nov. 27. Written by Adam McGovern, drawn by Paolo Leandri.
About the Artist: Paolo Leandri drew and co-created the Ignatz-nominated Dr. Id and contributed to the hit indie-comics newspaper Pood and Image Comics’ Next Issue Project (Crack Comics #63), with unreturned calls from Marvel, Hollywood and the avenging aliens.
MORE SERIALIZED FICTION ON HILOBROW: James Parker’s swearing-animal novella The Ballad of Cocky The Fox (“a proof-of-concept that serialization can work on the Internet” — The Atlantic) | Karinne Keithley Syers’s hollow-earth novella Linda Linda Linda | Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer and Frank Fiorentino’s post-apocalyptic graphic novel The Song of Otto (excerpt) | Adam McGovern and Paolo Leandri’s techno-dystopian comic “The Urban Legend of Idoru Jones”
MORE POSTS by ADAM McGOVERN: OFF-TOPIC (2019–2023 monthly) | textshow (2018 quarterly) | PANEL ZERO (comics-related Q&As, 2018 monthly) | THIS: (2016–2017 weekly) | PEOPLE YOU MEET IN HELL, a 5-part series about characters in McGovern’s and Paolo Leandri’s comic Nightworld | Two IDORU JONES comics by McGovern and Paolo Leandri | BOWIEOLOGY: Celebrating 50 years of Bowie | ODD ABSURDUM: How Felix invented the 21st century self | CROM YOUR ENTHUSIASM: C.L. Moore’s JIREL OF JOIRY stories | KERN YOUR ENTHUSIASM: Data 70 | HERC YOUR ENTHUSIASM: “Freedom” | KIRK YOUR ENTHUSIASM: Captain Camelot | KIRB YOUR ENTHUSIASM: Full Fathom Five | A 5-part series on Jack Kirby’s Fourth World mythos | Reviews of Annie Nocenti’s comics Katana, Catwoman, Klarion, and Green Arrow | The curated series FANCHILD | To see all of Adam’s posts, including HiLo Hero items on Lilli Carré, Judy Garland, Wally Wood, and others: CLICK HERE
What do you think?
*Sigh* — I wish IDORU JONES stories would never end!
There are four more iterations to go, and as to ending, Josh, all I can say right now is that, eventually, they won’t…
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