1 edition of In a glass grotesquely found in the catalog.
In a glass grotesquely
|Statement||by Richard Sala|
|LC Classifications||PN6727.S19 I53 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||135|
LEWIS CARROLL’S NEW STORY THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE, By Lewis Carroll, author of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” With fifty illustrations, by John Tenniel. His books include THE HIDDEN, DELPHINE, CAT BURGLAR BLACK, THE BLOODY CARDINAL, VIOLENT GIRLS, VIOLENZIA and Other Deadly Amusements, IN A GLASS GROTESQUELY, PECULIA, MAD NIGHT, THE CHUCKLING WHATSIT, THE GRAVE ROBBER'S DAUGHTER, HYPNOTIC TALES and several more.
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“In a Glass Grotesquely is a classic Sala style delight that brings new treats on every page, a work that would almost real like a greatest hits package if it wasn’t so brightly and delightfully created. As soon as I finished this book, I had to open it up again for a second read because I didn’t want it to end.” /5(6).
In a Glass Grotesquely is a classic Sala style delight that brings new treats on every page, a work that would almost real like a greatest hits package if it wasn’t so brightly and delightfully created.
As soon as I finished this book, I had to open it up again for a second read because I didn’t want it to end. Jason Sacks - Comics BulletinAuthor: Richard Sala. In a Glass Grotesquely collects Richard Sala’s web comic ‘Super-Enigmatix’. Conceived as a serial, with each page teasing the next, it holds up well collected as a graphic novel.
It opens with a gothic street amidst the skyscrapers, and the classic sound effects like “Creak”. We see a young woman in the shadows behind an old man at [ ]. - taken from The Glass Sentence Set apart from the other science fiction novels with its lack of world wars, plague outbreaks, or zombies, The Glass Sentence is a world unhinged by the least likeliest source of terror: time.
Much of the world is now Unknown; every continent thrown into different Ages/5. In a Glass Grotesquely. Richard Sala. List price: $ (The New York Times Book Review), containing "brilliantly atmospheric art, full of shadows and spikes." (Booklist) "To read a Richard Sala comic is an experience both jarring and fun.
Good for a rainy day or a stormy night.". Glass is the second novel in the verse novel series Crank by Ellen Hopkins, published in hardcover in August and in softcover on April 7, The third book of the series, Fallout, was published in Like the previous novel in the series, Glass has been the subject of controversy, with the book being partially responsible for a public appearance by Hopkins getting cancelled due to Author: Ellen Hopkins.
Review: Richard Sala's 'In a Glass Grotesquely' is Superbly StrangeOverall ScoreReader Rating: (3 Votes)If you’ve never read Richard Sala’s comics, then it sucks to be you, or maybe you’re lucky to be you because you haven’t yet spent any time in the delightfully rich worlds he creates, followed any of his light-footed, labyrinthine plots, explored [ ]4/5.
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A suite of related short mysteries and thrills, all depicted in Sala's trademark colorful watercolor washes and sharp, detailed line-work. Rising from the crumbling.
Glass book. Read 2, reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Crank. Glass. Ice. Crystal. Whatever you call it, it's all the same: a mon /5. The new book by the maestro of macabre mystery, Richard Sala, will be released in November.
In a Glass Grotesquely features the serialized exploits of Super Enigmatix, and channels Spy Vibe faves like Fantomas. I recently met with Richard Sala in our virtual secret lair to discuss great villains, James Bond, classic horror and illustration, Emma Peel, and the conventions of mystery adventure Author: Jason Whiton.
In a Glass Grotesquely | This graphic novel is a selection of related short mysteries and thrills, all depicted in Sala's trademark colorful watercolor washes and sharp, detailed line-work. Rising from the crumbling pages of some forgotten (and nonexistent) pulp.
In a Glass Grotesquely by Richard Sala Review Richard Sala’s work is very uneven - for every great book he puts out (Delphine, Cat Burglar Black, Groon Grove Vampires, The Hidden) he’ll release something mediocre or crap (Mad Night, Chuckling Whatsit, Peculia, Grave Robber’s Daughter); unfortunately In a Glass Grotesquely is the latter.
In a glass grotesquely -The latest book from the author of THE HIDDEN and - Published by: fantagraphics, Comic Creator: Sala, Richard, Scenario: Sala, Richard, EANISBN In A Glass Grotesquely The story of a mysterious and deadly master-villain, told in vibrant watercolors, plus additional short picture stories to amuse and confuse.
The latest book from the author of The Hidden and Delphine contains the epic tale of a modern master-criminal Pages: In a Glass Grotesquely by Richard Sala page full color 7" x 7" softcover • $ ISBN: In A Glass Grotesquely GN.
Relisted. The latest book from the author of The Hidden and Delphine contains the epic page tale of a modern master-criminal. Following in the bloody footsteps of super-fiends such as Fantomas, Fu Manchu, or Professor Moriarty, Super-Enigmatix is ruthless, cunning, and thoroughly evil.
In a Glass Grotesquely GN ( Fantagraphics) #ST. Tags: Supervillain. Published Oct by Fantagraphics. Available Stock; Add to want list; Add to cart Near Mint.
$ Add to cart Near Mint. $ 1st printing. Story and art by Richard Sala. The latest book from the author of THE HIDDEN and DELPHINE contains the epic page tale. In A Glass Grotesquely () Violenzia () Delphine () The Hidden () Cat Burglar Black () Delphine (serialized as a four issue mini-series, –) The Grave Robber's Daughter () Dracula () (Volume 3 of IDW's Little Book of Horror Series, in collaboration with Steve Niles) Peculia and the Groon Grove Vampires ( Born:Oakland, California, U.S.
Throne of Glass has 19 reviews and 15 ratings. Reviewer booklover wrote: im so sad *spioler Alert book 2 - 3 ish* celeana stops whatever the romance she was having with dorian and falls inlove with choal in the next book.
seriusly i am someone who likes the romances in the book only if i /5(15). In A Glass Grotesquely GN The latest book from the author of The Hidden and Delphine contains the epic page tale of a modern master-criminal.
Following in the bloody footsteps of super-fiends such as Fantomas, Fu Manchu, or Professor Moriarty, Super-Enigmatix is ruthless, cunning, and thoroughly evil.
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Publishers are marketing this book to ages 10 and up. Although the maturity of the content is about right for the age, this story is pretty complex; readers 12 and up are more likely to stick with it.4/5.