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A God Somewhere by John Arcudi
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Jan 18, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: comics, crime-mystery, criticism, fantasy, fiction, horror, love, mythology, philosophy, politics, psychology, religion, sci-fi, science, travel, war
Read on January 16, 2012

Arcudi does not present any easy answers in this skewed look at Eric, a human being — complete with flaws and possible delusions of grandeur — who is suddenly and mysteriously granted superpowers. The story is told from the perspective of his best friend, Sam, another person who is all too human. Snejbjerg matches Arcudi's story with panels and pages filled with just enough darkness as they reach the tragic climax. What happens when a regular person is given powers beyond that of human beings? Arcudi and Snejbjerg present one possible, sobering answer along with questions seldom asked of other superhero comics or of ourselves.

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