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Fantagraphics is proud to publish this first-ever hardcover edition of TeotFW in conjunction with the 2017 television drama on UK’s Channel 4 (with distribution via U.S. streaming to follow soon thereafter). Originally released to critical and public acclaim in 2013, Charles Forsman’s graphic novel debut follows James and Alyssa, two teenagers living a seemingly typical te

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    David Schaafsma

    Jun 16, 2017

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    Y’all younguns probably knew the acronym TEOTFW was the End of the Fucking World. Cute. Like the YA novel TTYL. I had this on my TBR list for a long time, had tried and failed to get it through my library system and forgotten altogether what it was about. At first glance it looks a bit like the simply and sketchily drawn diary comics I had just read, Jeffery Brown- and Charles Schultz-influenced. Looks like–and is–a coming-of-age story for two disaffected teens, James and Alyssa.

    Then it turns

    Then it turns dark. Bonnie and Clyde/Badlands/Natural Born Killers territory, but without much of the warmth/humor/love story of those precedents for this tale. Criminal road trip. It’s a short, stripped-down version of the above, a story of a sociopath and a somewhat younger girl, operating out of widening contexts of malaise/sadness/badlands. The Killer in Me (Thompson) noir territory. Alternating between boy’s and girl’s perspectives, ending sadly with Alyssa’s perspective. More brutally realist than those movies, in one sense, in that the kids are so sadly inarticulate and listless and clueless, but finally there remains a bit of pathos for Alyssa, the victim of James. This was unsettling and powerful and nasty and not likable and admirable for its achievement. Forsman’s first graphic novel, and a good one.
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    Scarlet Cameo

    Jan 13, 2018

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    Todo cómic esta compuesto por dos aspectos: historia y dibujo, y en este caso ambos tienen mucho potencial que en realidad nunca llega a ser explotado.

    Vamos primero por la historia (y personajes). Dos adolescentes escapan de casa y terminan siendo víctimas de la Ley de Murphy aderezada con sangre y satanismo. Si bien mi “resumen” es bastante escueto, representa bien lo que pasa en el cómic y hasta suena interesante ¿Qué es lo que sale mal? La falta de desarrollo, ta

    Todo cómic esta compuesto por dos aspectos: historia y dibujo, y en este caso ambos tienen mucho potencial que en realidad nunca llega a ser explotado.

    Vamos primero por la historia (y personajes). Dos adolescentes escapan de casa y terminan siendo víctimas de la Ley de Murphy aderezada con sangre y satanismo. Si bien mi “resumen” es bastante escueto, representa bien lo que pasa en el cómic y hasta suena interesante ¿Qué es lo que sale mal? La falta de desarrollo, tanto de historia como de personajes. Los capítulos (?) son bastante cortos y en cada cuadro hay una mínima parte de historia, pero conocemos a los personajes de manera taaan superficial que no llega a importarnos lo que les suceda, por más intenso o atrapante que pueda ser lo que realmente nos narra. No puedo decir que sea malo, solo que no es tan interesante como me esperaba.

    Ahora bien, el dibujo. El dibujo es muy básico, funciona por que la falta de color y las expresiones un estáticas dan un toque grunge al arte, es decir queda bien para una historia tan poco desarrollada, entonces ¿Cuál es el problema? Que me recuerda bastante a la ilustración que se utiliza en Peanuts, de hecho siento que si estuvieran coloreadas serían los personajes de Peanuts en su versión adolescente disfuncional.

    Mi decepción con este libro es que se siente como que falta algo, nunca explota el potencial que promete, falla en realmente atrapar al lector y permitirse proyectar la historia o conectar con los personajes.

    No quiero compararla con el show de Netflix peeeero, debo decirlo…el show lo hizo mejor y la razón es que, a pesar de ser muy corto, desarrolla los personajes, les da facetas y nos permite realmente conocerlos, cambia algunos aspectos de la historia para que sea más “verosímil” lo que sucede y como todo es descubierto, engancha y da una narración muy buena, además de que promete lo suficiente para que quieras saber más.

    En conclusión: se lee súper rápido, te va a dar un momento de entretenimiento pero, si viste y amaste el show, vas a quedar decepcionado.

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    Every comic is composed of two aspects: history and drawing, and in this case both have a lot of potential that never gets exploited.

    Let’s go first through the story (and characters). Two teenagers escape from home and end up being victims of Murphy’s Law seasoned with blood and satanism. Although my “summary” is quite brief, it represents accurate what happens in the comic and even sounds interesting so, What goes wrong? The lack of development, in both aspects. The chapters (?) are quite short and there’s a minimum part of the story in every panel, but we know the characters so superficially that we don’t care what happens to them, no matter how intense or captivating the success may be. I cannot say it’s bad, just that it’s not as interesting as I expected.

    Now, the drawing. The drawing is very basic, the lack of color and static expressions works because gives a touch of grunge to the art, I mean. is good for a story with so little developed, so, What’s the problem? That reminds me a lot of the illustration used in Peanuts , in fact I feel that if they were colored would be the Peanuts characters in their dysfunctional teenage version.

    My disappointment with this book is that it feels like something is missing, never exploits the potential that promises me and fails to catch the reader, disdn’t project the story or let us connect with the characters.

    I don’t want to compare it with the Netflix show buuut, I must say it… the show did it better and the reason is that, despite being very short, it develops the characters, gives them angles and allows us to really know them, it changes some aspects of the story to make more “plausible” what happens and how everything is discovered, hooks and gives a very good narration, also promises enough to make you wish to know more.

    In conclusion: it reads super fast, will give you a moment of good entertainment but, if you saw and love the show, you will be disappointed.


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    Jan Philipzig

    TEotFW reads like an updated, rougher version of Terrence Malick’s 1974 masterpiece Badlands. While Malick’s movie is narrated by a teenage girl who runs away with a charming but violent young greaser, Charles Forsman’s comic book alternates the perspectives of its two young runaway protagonists. In both cases the narration is at the same time strikingly honest and fatally inept, and in both cases the female teenager turns a blind eye on the increasingly antisocial and brutal behavior of her mal

    Forsman’s artwork is clearly influenced by early newspaper strips such as Gasoline Alley and Thimble Theatre, but has a cruder, grittier, more basic edge that reminds me of contemporary alternative cartoonist Jeffrey Brown. The artwork perfectly matches the protagonists’ bleak lives and abrasive, unsophisticated mindsets.
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