Dame Darcy

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'''Dame Darcy''' attended the San Francisco Art Institute.  She majored in film and studied animation under Larry Jordan. Her freshman year, Darcy self-published the first issue of her [[comic]] book, "[[Meat Cake]].She also freelanced illustration and cartoon work for various Bay Area magazines, newspapers, and [[zines]].
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'''Dame Darcy''' (real name Darcy Megan Stanger) is best known for her comic book [[Meatcake]], which is now published through [[Fantagraphics]]. She was born in Idaho and attended the San Francisco Art Institute, where she majored in film and studied animation under Larry Jordan. She began self-publishing ''Meatcake'' during her freshman year. She also freelanced illustration and cartoon work for various Bay Area magazines, newspapers, and [[zines]], and made regular appearances in [[Rollerderby]] as a contributor and subject. Like that of Edward Gorey, her artwork often plays with various Victorian motifs.
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She is also a musician and clothing designer, and was a guest on the television show ''Blind Date''.
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Revision as of 23:57, 25 August 2006

Dame Darcy (real name Darcy Megan Stanger) is best known for her comic book Meatcake, which is now published through Fantagraphics. She was born in Idaho and attended the San Francisco Art Institute, where she majored in film and studied animation under Larry Jordan. She began self-publishing Meatcake during her freshman year. She also freelanced illustration and cartoon work for various Bay Area magazines, newspapers, and zines, and made regular appearances in Rollerderby as a contributor and subject. Like that of Edward Gorey, her artwork often plays with various Victorian motifs.

She is also a musician and clothing designer, and was a guest on the television show Blind Date.

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