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In this brand new graphic novel from the acclaimed author of Bottomless Belly Button and BodyWorld, Dash Shaw dramatizes the story of a boy moving to an exotic country and his infatuation with an unfamiliar culture that quickly shifts to disillusionment. A sense of “being different” grows to alienation, until he angrily blames this once-enchanting land for his feelings of

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    David Schaafsma

    Dec 04, 2013

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    This is a re-read and a new review. The first read, two years ago, was ONE star, because I wasn’t impressed with it. Didn’t get it. Experimental comics. But I think it was Chris Ware who said Dash Shaw is the future of comics, and he might be right, but that is the struggle, to see the future, eh? To try and get the new and nto see it as just dumb, but insightful and new? Do I understand David Foster Walllace as well as I did Joyce? Did I understand Pynchon at first? (No.)

    Dash Shaw tells of two

    Dash Shaw tells of two brothers who grew up in the nineties on X-Men and other sci fi . One brother travels to Clockworld, a theme park on an island, and makes a new life there. The other brother tries to talk him into coming home. Uh, it’s new comics, with a bold thick pen and splashes of color I still don’t see a pattern for, so it feels trippy and fun and weird, and interesting, or more interesting this time around. He’s sort of combines the familiar (2 bros, x-men, growing up) and also strange (one bro is prescient, maybe a little crazy), but it IS basically some kind of brother coming-of-age story. It’s at the heart of it about family and brothers fighting and loving each other, but a new way of telling these conventional things, with weird language at times visually and in the dialogue.

    This is visually interesting and sometimes still seems to me psychotically random, like it was being developed as it went. Why did this begin to get interesting to me as a way of storytelling? I think I just started to read more poetry comics, art comics and so on. And now I liked it quite a bit, but still will only give this 3.5 stars. Maybe two years from now I will recognize it as genius and give it 5 stars.

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    Raina

    May 07, 2014

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Shelves:
    graphicnovel,
    adult

    I read Dash Shaw to stretch my brain.

    His aesthetic is pretty out there. Most of his illustrations are clumsy, thick-penned drawings, and occasionally he prints (screen-prints?) a color, or even a photograph, in the background.
    His work is cerebral, and trippy, and makes me think. It’s occasionally hard to follow, often twisted, and generally self-pleasuring.

    THIS book is about a pair of brothers living in a world where Theme Parks are A THING. One mogul has created a time-travel-themed park on a

    His aesthetic is pretty out there. Most of his illustrations are clumsy, thick-penned drawings, and occasionally he prints (screen-prints?) a color, or even a photograph, in the background.
    His work is cerebral, and trippy, and makes me think. It’s occasionally hard to follow, often twisted, and generally self-pleasuring.

    THIS book is about a pair of brothers living in a world where Theme Parks are A THING. One mogul has created a time-travel-themed park on an X-shaped island out in the ocean somewhere. After some incident that I only vaguely remember (and yes, I read this entire volume in the last 48 hours), the older brother is sent by his parents to that Time-Travel-X-Shaped-Theme-Park-Island to teach the native peoples English so better to serve the amerikan tourists about to flock to their land. After some years, the younger brother follows.
    I could go on, but you could read the summary. I usually don’t even go that far in my plot-level description of the books I review*.
    Anyways…….

    The thing that made an impression on me here – and yeah, what usually makes an impression on me where Dash Shaw is concerned – is the wild crazy aesthetic**. Here, it’s the way he uses LANGUAGE, particularly.
    He flexes his vocabulary between a fairly common, colloquial, candid speech (“So nobody has sex in high school cuz their moms are home all the time.”) and a highly formalized, practically medieval way of speaking (“Answer me, gift of foresight! You MUST be able to see what cover my destiny holds!”), complete with an illuminated-style font.

    This use of language communicates, in a way I’ve never seen before, COMING OF AGE. The younger brother starts out in a mental land of contrived presentation of self. He conforms to the expectations of his parents – nay, his native culture – and only finds himself once let loose in the wilds of X Island.

    Dash Shaw’s work is the stuff of academic essays. Of philosophical treatises. Of high-as-a-kite trips. If I was the type to reread books, I am CERTAIN I would gather deeper meaning each time I repeatedly read this book.

    As such, and as I said at the beginning of all this, I read Dash Shaw because his works stretch my brain. He makes me think. HARD. He is an innovator – a genius who is NOT neurotypical. I admire his work, even when I struggle through it.

    And for that, I must give him five stars.

    *Sorry about the loquaciousness – Shaw tickles me verbose.
    **He doesn’t introduce any color, for instance, until Chapter Two.
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    Jeff Jackson

    Jul 26, 2013

    rated it
    really liked it

    Shelves:
    graphic-novels

    –Can’t understand all the bad reviews for this one. Especially the ones mystified by the straightforward & entertaining story. Anyone who’s a fan of Dash Shaw’s “Bottomless Belly Button” or “Body World” should enjoy this.
    –It’s partly set in a slightly alternate reality where people talk in stylized exclamations! They’re easily excitable!!!
    –Avant garde theme parks. An idea whose time has come.
    –The most unique color design I’ve ever seen in a graphic novel – layering paint and collage ov


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