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User Review  - EricKibler - LibraryThing

Chris Ware continues his exploration into the essential hollowness and brevity of human life, this time focusing on a successful but unscrupulous businessman's journey from infancy to deathbed. Ware's ... Read full review

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User Review  - librarianbryan - LibraryThing

The design work is beautiful, superior, every superlative you can imagine, but the how miserable we all are attitude of the content I can do without. Todd Solondz, David Foster Wallace, and Chris Ware ... Read full review

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User Review  - rivkat - LibraryThing

This collection (graphic novel?) starts with a fairly standard failed-colonization-of-Mars, unreliable-narrator story that I found moved into the genuinely creepy category with Ware’s cartoonish ... Read full review

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User Review  - stephmo - LibraryThing

This wonderful story within a story with yet a sly coda that hints at another possibility is just another example of the reason Chris Ware is one of the best of the modern graphic novelists working ... Read full review

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User Review  - bartflanders - LibraryThing

As always, wonderful greatness. The space story in this issue i think is an especially good example of the way Chris Ware can unfold a story in a continually tantalizing smattering of moments. and rusty brown is always great, duh. Read full review

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User Review  - Clark - Goodreads

Good job Chris! This one didn't bore me! Read full review

Review: The Acme Novelty Library #19 (The Acme Novelty Library)

User Review  - Men D. - Goodreads

More spare Chris Ware. Consistently bleak, lonely, weird, embarrassing, and captivating. Thanks R. Read full review

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