Jimmy Corrigan

The Smartest Kid on Earth

by | Publisher: Jonathan Cape
Average vote of 390
| 8 total contributions of which 7 reviews , 0 quotes , 1 image , 0 notes , 0 video
Ware's graphically inventive, wonderfully realized novel-in-comics follows the sad fortunes of four generations of phlegmatic, defeated men while touching on themes of abandonment, social isolation and despair within the sweeping depiction of Chicago ...Continua
Danrvillar
Wrote 1/12/14
Letra chica
Levantarse a la mañana es una decisión tan premeditas como tantas. Pero en general no lo advertimos, salvo en vacaciones o momentos de ocio. Si somos auto-exigentes sera crucial. De lo que hablo es que el primer libro de cris weare es como tomar un c...Continua

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Wick
Wrote 12/12/10

One of the most surprising comics I've ever read: heartbreaking, deep, graphically expressive and clean as few others. A masterwork of literature, in my opinion.

Arkholt
Wrote 10/17/10
I highly enjoyed it. Yes, it is bleak and sad, but only because it makes one reflect on certain things in one's life, and the relationships one has with one's family and friends. The art is great, and the design of the entire book is incredible. It i...Continua
Day4nite
Wrote 3/26/10

My first stream-of-consciousness comic book.


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