Chelo's burden

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Fantagraphics Books, 1988 - Humor - 144 pages
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Notable for their strong female characters and their focus on relationships . rather than on tradtional comic book "action", the stories collected in this volume show how the comic format can be used to create characters and situations as detailed and compelling as in any novel.

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Review: Love and Rockets, Vol. 2: Chelo's Burden

User Review  - Dan Wilson - Goodreads

There is a lot of potential here, and I look forward to getting deeper into these to see how the storytelling comes together. Like Vol. 1, this is an eclectic collection. The art is great, and the writing is starting to catch up. Read full review

Review: Love and Rockets, Vol. 2: Chelo's Burden

User Review  - DM - Goodreads

As long as I've been reading Los Bros. Hernandez, I've preferred Jaime as an artist but Gilbert as a storyteller. This volume already cements that opinion for me. Though the book's titled Chelo's ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
12
Section 2
14
Section 3
33

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