New Digital Debuts and Backlist!

Rege, Forney, and Moscoso — oh, my! This’s week’s digital releases include two from the great Ron Rege, Jr. and backlist favorites by Ellen Forney and Victor Moscoso. Let’s get to it!

What Parsifal Saw is a psychedelic collection on Ron Rege, Jr.’s newer, shorter work. This collection features Rege’s signature esoteric ideas and spirituality and includes an adaptation of 19th century occultist Helena Petrovna Blavatsky’s work. What Parsifal Saw is your look into cosmic consciousness, outsider rawness, and pure cartoonish joy. It can now be found on comiXology and Google Play.





Back in print and digitally available for the first time, Ron Rege, Jr.’s magnum opus The Cartoon Utopia makes its return! This graphic novel is like nothing you’ve ever seen — part sci-fi, part philosophy, part visual poetry, and part social manifesto. Everyone interested in art, passion, or psychedelia should have this book in their collection and now you can include The Cartoon Utopia in your digital library through comiXology and Google Play.





Yet again, we’re opening up the Fantagraphics vault to get you what you need from our vast backlist of titles.

This week, we’ve got two excellent Ellen Forney collections and underground comix cartoonist and fine artist Victor Moscoso’s signature art book, all available for the very time digitally:

I Love Led Zeppelin by Ellen Forney

Lust: Kinky Online Personal Ads by Ellen Forney

Sex, Rock & Optical Illusions by Victor Moscoso