American cartoonist (b. 1957) who began working in New York in underground venues like the East Village Eye and High Times, then moved to Seattle where he became editor of the second incarnation of R. Crumb's anthology Weirdo. In 1985 he began his own series, Neat Stuff, whose slacker character Buddy Bradley got his own series, Hate, in 1990. Bagge's work is aggressive character-based comedy with a distinctively exaggerated visual style.
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Peter Bagge's Hate
Official site, with online comics, complete bibliography, magazine interviews, books, toys, and Action Suits music.
Publisher's page with bio, image gallery, book and music ordering.
Comic Book Resources: Spider-Man Has a Brand New Bagge
Interview on Bagge's unusual version of Spider-Man for Marvel Comics. (January 17, 2002)
Ink 19: Peter Bagge
Interview on Hate as a "period piece" or "slice of Americana," and on the meaning of a "comics Renaissance." (December 01, 1998)
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