Kevin Huizenga
Ganges #1
March 01, 2019 Comments.. 593
Ganges Kevin Huizenga introduces his everyman Glenn Ganges previously seen in the acclaimed Drawn and Quarterly Showcase and Or Else to the Ignatz family with this suite of all new stories Ganges tries to de

  • Title: Ganges #1
  • Author: Kevin Huizenga
  • ISBN: 9781560977629
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Kevin Huizenga introduces his everyman Glenn Ganges previously seen in the acclaimed Drawn and Quarterly Showcase and Or Else to the Ignatz family with this suite of all new stories Ganges tries to decide what to do when confronted with The Litterer gets into an argument with his wife Wendy about The Beatles She s Leaving Home indulges in some whimsical Time TKevin Huizenga introduces his everyman Glenn Ganges previously seen in the acclaimed Drawn and Quarterly Showcase and Or Else to the Ignatz family with this suite of all new stories Ganges tries to decide what to do when confronted with The Litterer gets into an argument with his wife Wendy about The Beatles She s Leaving Home indulges in some whimsical Time Travelling while on a walk around his neighborhood and Huizenga s elegant neo clear line style brings a crispness and humor to these low key slice of life stories, and the gray blue duotone he has picked gives the art a new depth and complexity

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    1 Blog on “Ganges #1

    1. Kim says:

      Rob Clough's review of the work is well written. classicj/alternative/thSean T. Collins' review of the work is well written. tcj/reviews/ganges-4/

    2. Karen says:

      Time travel on the way to the library is a significant part of my life, and I can't imagine a better way to illustrate the experience than with comic panels arranged just as they are in the first story of this book. The mandala with "same story except in french" made me laugh out loud. Midway through the book there is another clever use of panels, illustrating the feeling of absorbing several media inputs with another person around, also a big part of my life. The last story, with another mandal [...]

    3. Nate says:

      Currently my favorite comics author, Kevin is exploring comics in a way that no one else is. He experiments with the form while shifting from beautifully mundane moments to mind-twisting concepts to random science facts (explained in a very Radiolab-put-to-comics sort of way). All the while he draws in a way that looks effortless and inviting.

    4. Emilia P says:

      This is definitely the kind of comic I like to read that sort of fills the hole where other people put superhero comics.I'm such a little snob. But I liked this subtle reflection on time and change and things like that.

    5. Saba says:

      The ending bit is so honest and tender. I loved it.

    6. Jeffrey says:

      Just re-read. A great feel for the emotion of ordinary moments.

    7. danni says:

      keenly observational and imaginative nearly-monochromatic graphic novel packaged in a format whose material origins lie somewhere between a magazine and card-stock.

    8. Rob McMonigal says:

      Another good indie comic writer. See my review here: trebrovejournal/275687.

    9. Scott Stevens says:

      A bit too cute for me. I'd like to see some of the ideas pushed past the living room.

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