What's old is new again

D+Q has had a banner year with new releases, so it isn't always easy to take note of "old" titles, even when they're being reprinted. But there it is: in just the past 12 months we've done reprints of 20 different titles, the most in our history. And the scope of all of the titles being reprinted is very wide: some titles were originally published nearly 2 decades ago, while others are so new that reprints have gone through even before their publication dates.

I've broken it down into three categories, based on the decade in D+Q's history when each respective title was originally published. For anyone taking note, both Chester Brown and Adrian Tomine have titles in all three "eras."

First decade (titles through 1999)
- I Never Liked You, by Chester Brown
- It’s A Good Life, If You Don’t Weaken, by Seth
- Sleepwalk and Other Stories, by Adrian Tomine
- My New York Diary, by Julie Doucet

Second decade (2000-2009)
- Summer Blonde, by Adrian Tomine
- Louis Riel, by Chester Brown
- Berlin: City of Stones, by Jason Lutes
- Berlin: City of Smoke, by Jason Lutes
- What It Is, by Lynda Barry
- A Drifting Life, by Yoshihiro Tatsumi
- Moomin Book one, by Tove Jansson
- Moomin Book two, by Tove Jansson

Third decade (2010-present)
- Hark! A Vagrant, by Kate Beaton
- Lint (Acme Novelty Library Volume 20), by Chris Ware
- The Native Trees of Canada, by Leanne Shapton
- Scenes From An Impending Marriage, by Adrian Tomine
- Paying For It, by Chester Brown
- The Great Northern Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonists, by Seth
- The Adventures of Herge, by Jose-Louis Bocquet, Jean-Luc Fromental, and Stanislas Barthélémy
- Goliath, by Tom Gauld

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