Red Eye, Black Eye

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Alternative Comics, Feb 14, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 304 pages
18 Reviews
No job, no girlfriend, no home, no future. In 2001, cartoonist K. Thor Jensen had nothing. So he packed a bag and jumped onto a Greyhound bus, circling the United States on a 10,000-mile road trip. In this "joyously bleak handbook for the post-911 generation," Jensen tells his story and the stories of the people he meets on the way, in a tale that veers from the hilarious to the tragic. In over 300 pages of comics, you'll see flaming furniture, replica genitals, ghosts, fights and more of America than a graphic novel's ever dared to show.

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User Review  - Annukka - Goodreads

Promising start but I got bored with it quite soon: drifting around telling short stories is just not enough. And I did not like the main character at all. Read full review

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User Review  - Daniel Hooker - Goodreads

Fun romp around the US on a Greyhound bus. Filled with enjoyably bizarre little stories. Read full review


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