This new collection of six interconnected graphic stories is as masterfully wrought as past achievements like Sleepwalk and Summer Blonde, and just as hauntingly evocative of modern American loneliness, anxiety, and hope…Tomine pays attention to the minute gestures: a nervous cross-and-re-cross of the arms, the brief moment when someone glances down at their feet between sentences. His landscapes are Hopper-esque in their sparse beauty, and the dark humor keeps things — go figure — light, but it’s these moments of expertly rendered humanity that will leave readers in awe.


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