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This is Gabriella Giandelli’s second volume of tales featuring the characters from the apartment complex of European nowhere who meet and interact, all the time watched by the ghostly shape-shifting white rabbit who keeps tabs on them before reporting back to his shadowy master in the building’s basement. It’s a slice-of-life with a twist.
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In the thick of a dense wood, a young man comes upon a decrepit house and two teenaged girls. As the three decide to explore the abandoned house together, Simmons captures the aloof ennui and deep curiosity of being a teenager. The trio quickly becomes entangled in a love triangle that is as tense and ominous as the house itself.
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Gilbert Hernandez’s first original graphic novel from Fantagraphics follows on the heels of his acclaimed "Sloth" graphic novel from DC’s Vertigo Comics in 2006. "Chance in Hell" tells the story of a little orphan girl who lives in the slum of slums. Nobody knows who she is or where she’s from, but her fellow shantytown inhabitants collectively look over her. The three-act story follows our heroine as she is adopted by a decent man who raises her well, and she eventually marries a kind, well-to-do man, only to discover that she can’t relate to the good life and the comforts it provides.
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MSRP: $18.95Age Range: 18 and up
Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez´s Love & Rockets is the alternative comics success story of the 80´s and 90´s. If the publication of Zap #1 in 1967 "officially" marks the beginning of underground comix, the publication of Love & Rockets #1 in 1982 could be said to "officially" mark the beginning of the ´80´s comics renaissance clumsily called alternative comics. Both Gilbert and Jaime credit the punk rock explosion of the late ´70´s with broadening their horizons and leading them to reflect their personal experience in their comics.
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