Liz Baillie

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Liz Baillie

Elizabeth Baillie

Nationality American
Area(s) Cartoonist
Notable works
My Brain Hurts

Liz Baillie is an American cartoonist and illustrator. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2002, with a major in cartooning. Her work includes the ten-issue mini series My Brain Hurts and the internet comic, since collected into a trade, Freewheel. She was nominated for the Maisie Kukoc Award for Comics Inspiration in 2008 and the Friends of Lulu Kim Yale Award for Best New Talent in 2009.[1]

Selected Bibliography[edit]

  • Sing Along Forever, a 29-page minicomic about Baillie's quest to meet heroes The Bouncing Souls.
  • My Brain Hurts, a 10-issue series based around a group of teenage punks in New York, collected into two volumes.
  • Freewheel, an ongoing free internet comic collected, so far, into one trade paperback edition.
  • Release the Bats, a collection of previously uncollected material that had appeared only in anthologies or zines.


In addition to individual comics and trade paperback collections of her writing and art, Baillie's work has inspired My Brain Hurts T-shirts and canvas patches as well as Freewheel badges.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "2009 Lulu Awards Nominees: VOTE NOW!". friendsoflulu. friendsoflulu. Retrieved 14 February 2013. 

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