Fish by Bianca Bagnarelli
After the death of his parents, Milo sees death everywhere. He is at once compelled and disgusted by it, trying to come to terms with his place in the delicate balance of life and death. The pink and purple palette imbues the work with the warmth and long shadows of late summer, while bringing to mind the blood and bruises Milo can't hide. A poignant comic that begs to be reread and pondered.
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Thanks to Tucker Stone for sending me a copy.