Real Stuff: The Joeist Philosophy

"I was working in a small tavern in Moscow, Idaho, when I got the call... I took the next pickup truck to California." From Real Stuff #2 (Fantagraphics, March 1991).

By Dennis Eichhorn






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Published 6:16 pm Tue, Jun 18, 2013

About the Author

Dennis P. Eichhorn is an award-winning American writer best known for his adult-oriented autobiographical comic book series Real Stuff.

9 Responses to “Real Stuff: The Joeist Philosophy”

  1. ocschwar says:

    Like drinking poison and expecting the other guy to die. 

  2. Randy Walters says:

    I’m really enjoying this series. Great work!

  3. Bucket says:

    Wow. That was a rather “Jim’s Journal” kind of non-ending.

  4. sockdoll says:

    At least there was no eyeball juice this time.

  5. RElgin says:

    The last frame leaves us with a question and makes me think.  Maybe, that is a better ending.

  6. Darron Moore says:

    Little did Joe know, but Tom had long since moved back East.  A blind/deaf/dumb, quadruple-amputee, defrocked priest now lived in the apartment next door.  The vibrations from the bar were the only contact he had left in life.