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Nicole Claveloux's short stories, originally published in the late 1970s and never before collected in English, are among the most beautiful comics ever created: whimsical, intoxicating, with the freshness and splendor of dreams.

In hallucinatory color or elegant black-and-white, she brings us into lands that are very different from our own but oddly recognizable. They are lands filled with murderous grandmothers and lonely city dwellers, bad-tempered vegetables and walls that are surprisingly easy to fall through, lands in which the very air seems alive and capable of telling you a dirty joke (or the meaning of life).

This new collection is the perfect introduction to the work of an unforgettable, unjustly neglected master of French comics.

Author/Artist: Nicole Claveloux / Donald Nicholson Smith
Publisher: New York Review Of Comics
Pages: 108pp
Size: 9 x 11
Notes: hardcover, color & b/w
Release Date: November 29, 2017
ISBN: 978-1681371078