Albert and the Others by Guy Delisle

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Limbs are swapped and pants are dropped in Albert and the Others, a collection of wordless strips that expose the pleasures, pitfalls, and perversities of masculinity. In this companion volume to Aline and the Others (2006),Guy Delisle delves deep into the male psyche and emerges with twenty-six alphabetically arranged strips, named after the men who tumble through the pages. These elastic protagonists risk damnation and dismemberment in a series of improbable slapstick relationships with women, which veer from the titillating to the downright macabre.
 

About Guy Delisle

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Guy Delisle spent a decade working in animation in Europe and Asia. His 2012 book, Jerusalem: Chronicles from the Holy City, won the highest prize in European cartooning, the Fauve d’Or, at the Angoulême International Comics Festival. He lives Montpellier, in the south of France, with his wife and children.
 
Published February 19, 2008 by Drawn and Quarterly. 72 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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But the book feels more like an artistic statement than a narrative, and it’s not art for art’s sake so much as art as a hammer to whack you with.

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Entertainment Weekly

B+ Originally posted Feb 15, 2008 Published in issue #979 Feb 22, 2008 Order article reprints

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