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Unterzakhn by Leela Corman
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Apr 17, 12

Read in April, 2012

Incredibly bold art, perfect for a story so wrought with the emotional extremes of the hard-lived life. I also loved the Greek-chorus-like vicious whispers that haunted the pages, in the background but unignorable. However, most impressive is how precise it all is. Leela Corman tells and shows exactly what you need to see to get the most from the story. Nothing is gratuitous. You can tell that every panel was painstakingly thought out and deliberately included. This is what lends the so much umph to what turns out to be several stories all tied up together. One can't help but be impressed, almost in awe really at how Corman is able to tell so richly so many lives in so few pages. In short: Beautifully drawn, beautifully told.
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