Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

February Books 16) 100%

16) 100%, by Paul Pope (, .com)

Again, a fruit of this discussion from last week, and the only one I spotted in Forbidden Planet in New York. talvalin was impressed by this, and so am I. It's a very well done story of six people, forming and unforming as couples, in the city where I am typing this but in the year 2038; the background is fairly incidental, and it reminded me a bit of Jason Lutes' Berlin, though with less politics. slovobooks criticised the artwork, but I thought it was fine.
Tags: bookblog 2007, comics

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