Other sections of Graphic Novels/Comics need filling out too, so it may be a few weeks before all this gets up.
Anyway, if you're looking to find Bagge's old material (and you should be), the re-publication history of Neat Stuff is a bit confusing. As I mentioned in the article, most of Neat Stuff was collected in a number of books, with each collection based on a character or theme: Stupid Comics, Junior and Other Losers, Studs Kirby, and The Bradleys. Some, like The Bradleys, went on to new editions, while others, like Junior and Other Losers, went out of print.
Later, though, Fantagraphics re-re-released some of the material, this time in limited series form. The Bradleys and Junior got this treatment. So there are a number of sources for Bagge's early stuff, but there's plenty of overlap too. Don't get suckered into buying the same comics more than once!
PS: The Economist is publishing more comics-related articles lately; last week, it was the new Hergé museum, and now a bit on Stan Lee and superhero movies.