Artist Nicholas Gurewitch illustrated Perry Bible Fellowship. This comic series is full of unexpected and dark twists. If you love reading dark humor comics then this comic probably cheer you up. This comic is one of the most beloved on the internet. Artist describes his style as “the clarity of obscurity” and his work is a real treat to all the dark and twisted humor”.
Nicholas Gurewitch was born in Canandaigua, New York and is currently based in Rochester, New York. He studied film in his university and where his comic strip was first published in The Daily Orange. He also worked on developing a program called Daisy Garden Story Time and he also worked as a journalist at the newspaper before shifting to the comics. “I just like making people think differently about things. It’s a fetish of mine to share confusion. Because wonder grows there,” said by an artist.
Although many other genius cartoonists helped him to create the Perry Bible Fellowship comics, including Vaughn Bobe, Brad Anderson and Robb Armstrong. Besides that Perry Bible Fellowship completed it’s 10 years and to celebrate it Dar Horse released a 256-page collection of Nicholas Gurewitch comics.
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“Sometimes I look at my work and think that it shows the idealism of my Dad colliding with the realism of my Mom,” Gurewitch told Things In Squares. “Or, I see the idealism of my Mom colliding with the realism of my Dad. The idea of the “real” colliding with the “ideal” in these plot twists have been suggested to me by many artists”.