RaveLibrary JournalBrazilian illustrator Fido Nesti employs a muted color palette and a tight nine-panel layout to stress the gloomy, hopelessly claustrophobic existence of those pinned under Big Brother’s thumb. An excellent adaptation of the novel.
PositiveLibrary JournalThe second collaboration between Hawke and Ruth is an emotionally complex hard-boiled thriller.
RaveLibrary Journal... compassionate, enthralling ... In lesser hands these stylistic decisions may have resulted in an alienating sense of disorientation, but through unwavering honesty and sheer storytelling skill, Kimball creates an intimate portrait of the complicated, conflicting emotions that arise when one is confronted with a family member’s mental illness while highlighting how trauma reverberates across generations ... An empathetic, uncommonly nuanced, and thoroughly brilliant family saga presented with real daring and true artistry.
Jerome Mulot, Florent Ruppert, and Bastien Vives
RaveLibrary Journal... a thrilling, high-octane action spectacle that puts the big-budget Hollywood blockbuster Fast and Furious franchise to shame ... Readers will devour this action-packed, wildly sexy, witty, and ultra-cool crime story built around the complicated relationship between three charismatic women and rejoice to discover a note at the end promising they’ll return for further adventures in future volumes.
RaveLibrary Journal... highlights the development of [Hanawalt\'s] singular worldview and absurd sense of humor that eventually led to her becoming widely acclaimed ... A brilliant collection from an audacious and boldly inventive cartoonist with a distinct and necessary perspective.
Kuniko Tsurita, Trans. by Ryan Holmberg
RaveLibrary JournalA long overdue and revelatory collection of masterfully crafted and deeply affecting stories.
Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips, and Jacob Phillips
RaveLibrary JournalWith this Eisner Award–winning volume, expanding stories first serialized in the Criminal series, the incomparable team of Brubaker and Phillips once again prove themselves among the best creators of crime fiction in any genre.
Gebe Trans. by Edward Gauvin
PositiveLibrary JournalThis odd blend of sf and satire of consumer culture raises more questions than it answers, but who needs answers when the cartooning is this elegant and the questions are this fascinating?