The Trouble with Igor

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SLG Publishing, Apr 30, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 64 pages
2 Reviews
The Trouble with Igor is a Zen-like tale, or as close to "Zen like" as one can get without actually being Zen, but it's definitely a tale - a tale of a bald mutant/hunchback/zombie's epic journey, a wordless cartoon novel, told entirely in pantomime. Throughout his odyssey, the poor hunchback is just looking for a morsel of food and a shady tree under which to eat, but this tragic hero has a heart of gold... unfortunately accompanied by the touch of death. The well-meaning bald-mute-mutant tries to help everyone and everything he meets, but things can - and do - go horribly awry.

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User Review  - Vanessa Vallos - Goodreads

I had to read it several times to understand it. That is not a good point ... It's creepy, but I liked it. Not much to say about it exept there is no storyline. Read full review

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User Review  - Jayaprakash Satyamurthy - Goodreads

What the heck did I just read? Grotesque, loopy, hard to follow and kinda trying too hard. There's a few moments of wonderfully twisted illogic, but the recurring gruesomeness and non sequitur train of narration gets a bit wearying. Read full review


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