WARNING: CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE.
As an underwater welder on an oilrig off the coast of Nova Scotia, Jack Joseph is used to the immense pressures of deep-sea work — but not the pressures of impending fatherhood. While Jack dives deeper and deeper
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it was amazing
This is what a graphic novel should be. A brilliant story, fleshed-out characters, deep emotions and great art that captures the mood of the story and the character’s feelings.
While diving, Jack, an underwater welder on a deep sea oil rig, sees and hears strange things.
These strange occurrences seem to be related with his fear of becoming a father in a few weeks, and with his own childhood.
Jack becomes obsessed with this strange experiences and with his repressed memories of his own father.
There are two Jeff Lemires. There’s the one who writes the adventures of corporate-owned superhero comics. That one does serviceable, often entertaining work. And there’s the one that writes and draws stories about his own original characters. That one does brilliant work, like , , and this graphic novel.
Lemire’s art at first seems crude and minimalist, but as you read, you become sucked into the storytelling. The artwork gives you just what you need to both follow the story, to fire your imag
really liked it
Jeff Lemire is awesome. This is bittersweet, ethereal, but still somehow ending on a high note. I always open an indie Lemire book and think, great, black and white. Because I’m really into a good colorist. Then a few pages in I think, I’m an ass, this is awesome, and it clearly creates an appropriate tone of minimalism which complements the writing. Just great stuff.