Farel Dalrymple is a cartoonist. His new book, The Wrenchies, from First Second Books is an original 304-page watercolor comic book/graphic novel.  Farel’s Eisner  nominated webcomic, IT WILL ALL HURT  is completed and out in three comics book issues from studygroup comics.  Delusional, (Adhouse, 2013)  is a collection of personal work, comic short stories, illustrations, and sketches.  Farel was also the artist on Omega the Unknown (Marvel Comics 2010), with writer Jonathan Lethem.  His creator owned comic book, Pop Gun War was a Xeric Grant recipient and won a gold medal from The Society of Illustrators. Farel is a co-founder of the comic anthology, Meathaus and has worked on a several Illustration and cartooning projects. He is currently residing in Oregon where he’s working on a Pop Gun War  sequel (pop gun war : chain letter) appearing this fall in ISLAND from Image Comics.

“Farel Dalrymple is one of the finest young draftsmen to quietly sidle into comics in a long time. And one of the field’s most gifted storytellers.” — Walter Simonson

Farel is not taking on any new projects at this time but is reachable via email: fareldal at gmail dot com

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7 Comments

  1. Hi, I’ve just finished ‘The Wrenchies’ and just wanted to say I really, really liked it! The story is cool and your drawing style is simply amazing, so gorgeous!! Greetings from Luxembourg :)

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    • Hey Jerome, I know I replied by email already, but I ‘ll say again, thank you, that is excellent news that my comic book made it to your part of the world already, and i am really glad you liked ‘The Wrenchies’.

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  2. Dude i just picked up a copy of it will all hurt volume one at floating world and it is pretty amazing! i love your art style. i was kinda wondering, as someone who is interested in doing the kinds of indie comics you make, how you got into the business of it?

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    • hey gideon, thanks a lot. i basically got into by just doing it and going to small press and indie comic shows and meeting and being inspired by others doing similar stuff. first step is just making the work and putting it out there at your own expense of time (via the free interent) or money (via printing it on paper.) once you make the stuff you are in the club.

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