Violent cases: words & pictures
A perceptively sensitive and ingenious work, Violent Cases, reveals the often murky nexus between memory and imagination through the narrator's cloudy childhood remembrance of a visit to Al Capone's osteopath and the impact of seedy stories on impressionable youth. McKean has created a stunning new cover in honor of the book's 10th anniversary.
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Review: Violent CasesUser Review - steph - Goodreads
sometimes, i don't know where gaiman and mckean are taking me, want to take me... but it gets under my skin, breaks up my skull, stirs around in my brains and innards. outwardly, i am reading, smiling ... Read full review
Review: Violent CasesUser Review - Sophie Playle - Goodreads
This graphic novella created a really creepy atmosphere with an undercurrent of darkness and unease all the way through, but I found the story uninspiring. Read full review