Will Miguel find love? Or has he risen from his slumber just to end up another rock and roll suicide? In this hypnotic, coming-of-age tale, Gilbert Hernandez deftly defines what it means to truly be alive in a land where life is not precious.
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If ranking in an art form is a simple function of quality times quantity, then Gilbert Hernandez is nearly unchallengeable as the greatest comic book artist of his time (with only his brother Jaime, with whom he has produced the comic periodical Love and Rockets in a couple of formats for 25 year...Jun 20 2007 | Read Full Review of Sloth
Having finished the book, I immediately turned back to the final pages of Miguel's story to try and rationalise the plot switch but was unable to do so, far from being a failure of exposition the mysterious and unexplained elements of the story reinforced its strength.| Read Full Review of Sloth
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