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Lost Cat

A detective is walking down the street. It is raining. He sees a “Lost Cat” poster. A minute later he sees the cat from the photo. He picks it up and goes back to the poster. He calls the number. A woman answers. He turns up at her place and gives her the cat. She invites him in from the rain for a cup of coffee. They talk and find out they have a lot in common: both are d

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    David Schaafsma

    Lost Cat is one of my favorite books of the year from one of my favorite author/artists. I don’t know if this is my Jason favorite, but now that I think of it, many seem to be my favorites, it’s so hard to choose! I read it fast and will read it again slowly, savoring, appreciating the attention to craft you can miss when you go too fast with this guy. He makes it look easy, initially, and he makes the images do the work, which I always like.

    Lost Cat is a love story, a detective story, that wei

    Lost Cat is a love story, a detective story, that weirdly morphs into sci-fi, so there’s this interest in genre, and blending genres he usually has for fun and to explore interesting questions about genre, I think. But to play, play, play, within clean, strong lines and cartoony, animal characters.

    And underneath it all is this loneliness, this sadness, this separation. In Lost Cat we have two people, both lonely, that meet over a lost cat, and they like each other. . . and then it gets all Big Sleep-ish, which is to say there are plot twists that we can just enjoy but we also know there is a plot here to figure out, but this Big Sleep thing is also a deliberate homage to Bogart and noir, which Jason especially loves. . . and who doesn’t?

    Maybe the most important thing for me to say (without giving away the story) is that this guy (Jason!) is not just a technician (though he IS this, he is a master at comic form, proportion, all of it), but that he creates such surprisingly rich characters you come to care very much about. There is this darkly comic vein going through it, sometimes really smart-assy, through all of his work, deadpan humor and sometimes the macabre in places, but overall I think it is his humanity that shows through. He uses silly looking animals for characters and he STILL makes you care deeply about them. It’s what Art Spiegelman and Jeff Lemire and Charles Schultz and all the great ones do in comics. Great work, and I highly recommend this and everything you can get your hands on from this guy!
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    Will Hines

    Aug 31, 2017

    rated it
    really liked it

    Fun, compelling, haunting. Like the good parts of Twin Peaks. I should also say I’m not entirely sure what happened.

    Jan Philipzig

    Jun 23, 2014

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    Shelves:
    fantagraphics,
    noir

    My Original Plan Was to Become a Cowboy, But…

    The wonderfully subtle and poetic Lost Cat features a private detective (“My original plan was to become a cowboy, but…”) set in his lonely and uneventful ways. When the possibility of romance and maybe even happiness unexpectedly presents itself, fate immediately ensures that things instead go from bad to worse.

    In his longest story to date, the always reliable Jason infuses the noir genre with his trademark melancholic, deadpan humour. Both roman

    The wonderfully subtle and poetic Lost Cat features a private detective (“My original plan was to become a cowboy, but…”) set in his lonely and uneventful ways. When the possibility of romance and maybe even happiness unexpectedly presents itself, fate immediately ensures that things instead go from bad to worse.

    In his longest story to date, the always reliable Jason infuses the noir genre with his trademark melancholic, deadpan humour. Both romantic and disillusioned, cartoony and realistic, funny and sad.
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