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Illustrated Review: One More Year

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Illustrated Review: One More Year

We review Simon Hanselmann’s latest graphic novel published by Fantagraphics Publishing.

Illustrated Review: One More Year

Illustrated Review: One More Year
One More Year
Is it good?
Deep feeling and heart make this well worth a read.
I love seeing the progression of this story and the talent of the artist grow.
Werewolf Jones took the driver seat in this book.
coloring and book design is superb
Because I'm a fan, I had already read some of these now-collected stories in other formats, which was a bit disappointing for me.
8.5
Great

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