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).






Read the other Real Stuff stories and listen to Mark's interview with Dennis Eichhorn here.






Read the other Real Stuff stories and listen to Mark's interview with Dennis Eichhorn here.

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.

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