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The Tragical Comedy or Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - Community Reviews back

by Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean
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Portable Magic
Portable Magic rated it 5 months ago
Graphic novels are really not my thing. But this is the first one I've read that *felt* more like an illustrated novel than a comic book. Or at least, illustrated short story. It might be because this one has as much narrative structure as dialogue and very little action, so the artwork seemed more ...
Figgy O'Connell
Figgy O'Connell rated it 4 years ago
Review to come... Once I can figure out my thoughts...
Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it 6 years ago
A while back, Rose posted a request on BookLikes for amusement park/theme park book recommendations, and this was one of mine. I hadn't read it in years, so I figured a reread was in order. The title is long, so, from here on out, I'll just refer to it as Mr. Punch. The narrator of Mr. Punch is an ...
Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
An adult nostalgically recollects childhood events that seem mysterious...could be The Ocean at the End of the Lane, right? Well, no, because this story is not fantastical and is very short, not to mention being in the form of a comic book.For me, the atmospheric, almost disturbing illustrations by ...
Read & Write for life
Read & Write for life rated it 7 years ago
It was a great book. A little hard to follow but i reallt liked the way the writer used illistartions and real photos.
LeahSL
LeahSL rated it 9 years ago
Creepy and touching with *amazing* art.
Omnilogikos: literati
Omnilogikos: literati rated it 11 years ago
I bought this book as a present for a great friend of mine, but I couldn't help but read it before I actually gave it to her. The cover is itself a work of art and the illustrations and overall design are just perfect. They are as adequate to the way the story is told as I have ever seen. (though I ...
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