Exclusive Preview: HAWAY MAN, KLAUS! by Richard Short, published by Breakdown Press

Today we have an exclusive preview of some of the contents of Richard Short’s latest collection, Haway Man, Klaus!. The Klaus! comics have been celebrated by cartoonists and critics, and our own Rob Clough as praised Short’s work, saying in part, “Short’s comics start from a Charles Schulz template but grow increasingly complex, philosophical and beautiful.” I couldn’t agree more, and I hope you enjoy these pages from the longest Klaus collection yet, dialing in at over 200 pages.

Haway Man, Klaus! is being published by Breakdown Press in the UK, and is currently available for preorder. The book will be published on March 29th, 2021.












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