Collecting nearly all of Swarte's comics stories. Out of print.
From the publisher:
By appropriating and subverting Tintin creator Hergé's classic clear line style, Joost Swarte revitalized European alternative comics in the 1970s with a series of satirical, musically elegant, supremely beautifully drawn short stories -- often featuring his innocent, magnificently-quiffed Jopo de Pojo, or his rotund scientist character, Anton Makassar.
Under Swarte's own exacting supervision, Is That All There Is? collects virtually all of his alternative comics work from 1972 to date, including the RAW magazine stories that brought him fame among American comics aficionados in the 1980s. Especially great pains have been taken to match Swarte's superb coloring, which includes stories executed in watercolor, comics printed in retro duotones, fiendishly clever use of Zip-a-Tone screens, and much more. (There's even a story about how to color comics art using those screens, with Makassar as the teacher.)