Henry & Glenn Forever & Ever: The Completely Ridiculous Edition


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Microcosm Publishing
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6.2 X 8.3 X 1.1 inches | 1.27 pounds

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About the Author

Tom Neely is an artist and cartoonist who is best known for the cult-hit indie comic book Henry & Glenn Forever, which he created with his artist collective The Igloo Tornado. His art has been featured in galleries in California and New York, in dozens of magazines and literary journals, and on album covers. His debut graphic novel The Blot earned him many accolades, including an Ignatz Award. His other works are: Henry & Glenn Forever & Ever, Your Disease Spread Quick, The Wolf, and The Humans. He currently lives in Los Angeles.


"One of my favorite uses of satire is a comic book that depicts me in a romantic relationship with rock vocalist Glenn Danzig. I have never opened a copy; I am happy to live the rest of my life never knowing what happens to the two of us in those pages. I am told that in the story, our neighbors are Hall and Oates! If I were to find that anything less than hilarious, then I am in the wrong business." --Henry Rollins, LA Weekly

"I didn't think it was very funny. I thought it was a very crappy, opportunistic book. People are extremely stupid." --Glenn Danzig, in an interview with Rolling Stone

"I wouldn't be the neighbor, but I'd be in the Satanic cult!" --Daryl Hall

"A little cult-beloved slice of domestic bliss/angst." --SPIN Magazine

"An unauthorized work of fantasy, but so are the 'official' personas of Rollins and Danzig." --LA Weekly

"What if Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig were a gay couple who lived together?" --Vice Magazine

"The bigger the fan of each of these guys you are, the bigger the laugh." --Maximum Rocknroll

"File under 'ludicrously awesome'." --Just Out

"More than a political statement." --Bitch Magazine

"Goes beyond the tired and obvious bromance genre." --Carrie Brownstein, NPR