Duncan the Wonder Dog
Publish date: November 9th 2010
Publisher: Adhouse Books
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
What I really want to do is link to the several awesome reviews that lead me to this, most notably Mike's, but then also this dude's because it's really comprehensive. Obligatory stuff: This volume is available online for free, and if you want a paper copy, Hines begs you to donate to several listed...
Interesting. Max points for the subject matter, the nonlinearity and the heft, but lots of points taken away for the awful small fonts in such a giant doorstop of a book, it was difficult to read and not a pleasure for this alone.
sad. very good, but sad.and, i very much enjoyed the uniqueness of the literary/artistic experience.and, it was obtuse in some places which made me feel dumb and old.i will (maybe) read more like this.but not if they are all this sad.
This graphic novel kicked my emotional ass and made me want to hug my dog forever. She seemed to realize I was needing animal interaction and came and sat by me after I finished reading. This book has animals taking a leading role in the animal rights movement. It packs an emotional punch and is ...
WOW. This is amazing.Yeah. Wow.Hines has the whole thing online, but I'd encourage you to find a copy at the store or library.I'll try to say more at some point -- it's a busy week. But the book deserves it.
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