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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Guillem March, Dan Christensen
(A/CA) Guillem March
Spanish writer and artist GUILLEM MARCH is best known for his ongoing, extensive work with DC Comics on Batman, Catwoman, and Harley Quinn and has worked as an artist on several graphic novels including the English editions of Monika with Titan Comics and The Dream with Europe Comics. Here, he takes up his pen for an edgy new FIVE-PART SERIES about a highly unconventional angel named Karmen and the young woman she takes under her wing when a case of heartbreak strikes hard. Packed with surprises and metaphysics, this gorgeously drawn series deploys tenderness and humor as it dives deep into topics that matter.
Date Available: 03/10/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


What If? Sandman's Death was the star of a European graphic novel? Why, the same thing that happens all the time Pinky, you'd have some very pretty drawings accompanied by some less skilled scripting. Of course, saying that you like this type of material for the words is like saying you subscribe to certain magazines "for the articles". What I'm trying to say is it would have been better without those two pages that look like the X-Men movie credits vomited bunches of letters on said pages. Simply put, if you open it randomly and don't immediately like what you see, you may want to steer clear. I loved it, but the medical community is still working on my assessment, so your mileage may vary. Highly recommended for fans of Milo Manara, foreign cinema and all of the quirks that that entails, and lovely renderings of attractive apparitions.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Guillem March, Dan Christensen
(A/CA) Guillem March
Spanish writer and artist GUILLEM MARCH is best known for his ongoing, extensive work with DC Comics on Batman, Catwoman, and Harley Quinn and has worked as an artist on several graphic novels including the English editions of Monika with Titan Comics and The Dream with Europe Comics. Here, he takes up his pen for an edgy new FIVE-PART SERIES about a highly unconventional angel named Karmen and the young woman she takes under her wing when a case of heartbreak strikes hard. Packed with surprises and metaphysics, this gorgeously drawn series deploys tenderness and humor as it dives deep into topics that matter.
Date Available: 03/10/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Shawn


What If? Sandman's Death was the star of a European graphic novel? Why, the same thing that happens all the time Pinky, you'd have some very pretty drawings accompanied by some less skilled scripting. Of course, saying that you like this type of material for the words is like saying you subscribe to certain magazines "for the articles". What I'm trying to say is it would have been better without those two pages that look like the X-Men movie credits vomited bunches of letters on said pages. Simply put, if you open it randomly and don't immediately like what you see, you may want to steer clear. I loved it, but the medical community is still working on my assessment, so your mileage may vary. Highly recommended for fans of Milo Manara, foreign cinema and all of the quirks that that entails, and lovely renderings of attractive apparitions.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


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