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There’s lots to love about Art Spiegelman.
There’s MAUS, his Pulitzer-prize winning graphic novel depicting the horror of his father’s Holocaust experience; Arcade, the unparalleled 70s underground comix anthology he co-founded with “Zippy the Pinhead” creator Bill Griffith; RAW, the uber-influential 80s avant garde comix anthology he co-edited with his wife Francoise Mouly;Wacky Packages and Garbage Pail Kids, the scintillatingly subversive cards he co-created for Topps; his New Yorker covers, and now WORDLESS! – an “intellectual vaudeville show.” Currently on tour, WORDLESS! is a hybrid of comix, jazz, and lecture, co-created with musician Philip Johnston who, along with his sextet, performs the live score to the images on the screen. WORDLESS! is multimedia edutainment at its most sublime, a bringing-to-life of works that had a profound influence on Spiegelman’s own art, the “silent” comics and woodcut picture novels by early 20th century artists Frans Masereel, Lynd Ward, Milt Gross, Otto Nuckel, Si Lewen, and H.M. Bateman.