Paul Chadwick's Concrete: Depths

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Dark Horse Books, Aug 10, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
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Part man, part...rock? Over seven feet tall and weighing over a thousand pounds, he is known as Concrete but is in reality the mind of one Ronald Lithgow, trapped inside a shell of stone, a body that allows him to walk unaided on the ocean's floor or survive the crush of a thousand tons of rubble in a collapsed mineshaft...but prevents him from feeling the touch of a human hand. These stories of Concrete are as rich and satisfying as any in comics: funny, heartbreaking, and singularly human. Depths, the first in a series of new collections reprinting the classic early Concrete stories along with never-before-collected short stories, includes the Eisner-nominated "Orange Glow" and "Vagabond," Paul Chadwick's autobiographical account of a cross-country hitchiking trip.

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Review: Concrete Volume 1: Depths (Concrete #1)

User Review  - Mario - Goodreads

This review originally appeared on my blog, Shared Universe Reviews. Concrete is the superhero comic that could, but chose not to. I'm so impressed that Paul Chadwick deliberately chose to take his ... Read full review

Review: Concrete Volume 1: Depths (Concrete #1)

User Review  - h - Goodreads

2.5 Interesting. Not sure if i am really invested but i can see how there might be some good stories as this develops. Read full review

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Professor Paul Chadwick, PhD, is Head of Clinical Psychology at the Royal South Hants Hospital, and Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Southampton. He has an international reputation for his ground-breaking, applied research over the past 20 years on cognitive therapy for psychosis and is lead author on an infl uential book written with M.J. Birchwood and P. Trower - "Cognitive Therapy for Delusions, Voices and Paranoia," also published by John Wiley and Sons.

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