Pop pilgrims looking for the headquarters of indie-comics publisher Fantagraphics Books can be forgiven for thinking they have the wrong address when they come upon this house in Seattle's Maple Leaf neighborhood. Wouldn't a publishing company with a history stretching back nearly four decades be in some kind of office building? Or at least a place that doesn't have a front yard? Nope. It's always been that way. When writer and artist Peter Bagge first met the Fantagraphics crew in 1983-the company was headquartered in Connecticut back then-he thought he had the wrong place, too.moreless
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