Birth date: September 22, 1958
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The first 121 pages follow a clear concept, namely to explore the life of the Core-Beat poets Kerouac, Ginsberg and Burroughs. Those stories are either pretty much focused on their homoerotic sexlife or on the very basics of them moving around a lot while switching from one odd job to the next or ru...
Though Ruins has its strengths (a decent story, good character development), it failed to impress me much. Overall, the story arc is good, but the subplots fall to the side. The art leaves much to be desired. And, my biggest gripe: why are we getting a story about Mexico and a particular event in Me...
from the cover, (it's tactile) to the dedication (Dedicated to pollinators everywhere), to the flyleaf: to the title page: To the story and the artwork: I loved it all.
A comic adaptation of Kafka's famous story of the same name. It's what you'd expect from such an adaptation, really. There's not much new in the way of story (as is preferable with most adaptations) but the visual element actually takes away many of the things that made the text so good, e.g. the am...
The bridge I felt like was the best of all. It really captured the story that Kafka was drawing in his head.Others; A Fratricide and The Vulture. both with a pleasurable bloody ending.