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Family, loneliness, ghosts and murder in this impressive debut graphic novel.
A classic science-fiction tale gets a new, comics adaptation.
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20 May 2012
The Moon Moth – Jack Vance (w) Humayoun Ibrahim (a)
First Second, $17.99, ISBN: 978-1-59643-367-0
It’s to his advantage that this is one of Vance’s more dialogue-heavy pieces — and all the dialogue remains here intact — but when new concepts or neologisms are introduced, they’re rendered with flair and imagination. One of the quirks of The Moon Moth is that the alien characters sing to one another, or play instruments, to communicate. This is rendered in the adaptation through ornamented speech balloons and evocative uses of colour.
-- Gavin Lees
Only Skin – Sean Ford (w/a)