Meet Doug, aspiring young artist. He's having a strange night. A weird buzzing noise on the other side of the wall has woken him up, and there across the room, next to a huge hole torn out of the bricks, sits his beloved cat Inky. Who died years ...
ago. But that's no longer the case, as he slinks through the hole, beckoning Doug to follow. So he does. Now there's no turning back. What the heck is going on? To say much more would spoil the creepy, Burnsian fun, especially since - unlike Black Hole - X'ed Out has not been previously serialised anywhere and will have readers guessing at every unnervingly meticulous panel. Drawing inspiration from such diverse influences as Herge and William Burroughs, X'ed Out is an engrossing new comic book fever-dream, from a true master of the form at the height of his powers.
The size and length of this book made it seem very much like a European stlye comic book. It was large and hardcover and quite short. It was the story of a drug addict freaking out with flashbacks to his life before and hints of how things went down
..." hill. It was nice but it was far too short. This is the first part of the a new series and the next one will be released in September. It reminded me why I tend to read things that have already been finished as I'm not very patient and want all the story at once. But I did enjoy this and am looking forward to the next part.Continua...Nascondi