Wink is Cool Tools’ website that reviews one remarkable paper book every weekday. We take photos of the covers and the interior pages of the books to show you why we love them.
This week we reviewed:
R. Crumb: The Weirdo Years (1981 – 1993) — All of Robert Crumb’s work from his fantastic Weirdo Years
Mail-Order Mysteries — Revealing the truth behind the outlandish gizmos advertised in comic books during the 1960s-70s
Warhammer 40,000 (7th Edition) — New rules, new game direction, and surprisingly lovely new rulebooks for the popular tabletop role-playing game
The Red Book — Carl Jung’s amazing self-illustrated dream journal
The Day-Glo Brothers — The story of Day-Glo paint, told with Day-Glo inks
Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities — Striking artifacts from one of the masters of fantasy and horror