This is a post-apocalyptic story unlike others, with a sympathetic protagonist and a cat sidekick named Jelly Beans! The way the panels are laid out gives dynamism and emotion to the story, and it somehow manages to be both charming and a little disturbing. I devoured this graphic novel in one day, and it's a story worth owning so you can return to it now and again. And seriously, Jelly Beans is one of the most wonderful fictional cats. Recommended By Junix S., Powells.com
Synopses & Reviews
Andrew MacLean is an emerging comic artist who spends his days drawing pages for his comics and creating designs for ad agencies and apparel companies (Foot Locker, Resistol, Go Indie, Happy Grasshopper). Andrew's style emerges from a variety of artists like Mike Mignola, Gabriel Ba, Rafael Grampa, James Harren, Paul Pope, and Jack Kirby to form a life of its own. He has a very cinematic approach to storytelling, drawing on influence from filmmakers like Quentin Tarantino and Stanley Kubrick. The author lives in Salem, Massachusetts.