• Title: Ganges #3
  • Author: Kevin Huizenga
  • ISBN: 9781606993385
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ganges In the third issue of Kevin Huizenga s Eisner Award nominated comic Glenn Ganges still can t fall asleep In Mind and Body Glenn tries lying still but his mind The Wanderer keeps thwarting his plans
    In the third issue of Kevin Huizenga s Eisner Award nominated comic, Glenn Ganges still can t fall asleep In Mind and Body Glenn tries lying still, but his mind The Wanderer keeps thwarting his plans In Getting Things Done he gives up trying to get to sleep and tries to get some things doneuntil the cops show up All executed in Huizenga s strikingly crisp, loIn the third issue of Kevin Huizenga s Eisner Award nominated comic, Glenn Ganges still can t fall asleep In Mind and Body Glenn tries lying still, but his mind The Wanderer keeps thwarting his plans In Getting Things Done he gives up trying to get to sleep and tries to get some things doneuntil the cops show up All executed in Huizenga s strikingly crisp, lovely two color clear line style.

    One Reply to “Ganges #3”

    1. After following up the perfect Ganges 2, Kevin H. gives us the beautifully crafted and thoughtful Ganges 3; however, this long story about insomnia, identity and the flow of thoughts doesn't reach the devastating power of the last issue, especially last issue's story that personalizes the busting of the dotcom bubble by following one fired salaryman whose fate is encapsulated in the fury of a Quake-like first person shooter, and how his co-workers show solidarity while playing the networked shoo [...]

    2. Kevin Huizenga is my favorite cartoonist these days.There are lots of great comics out there. The vast majority would still be entertaining as books or movies. Artists choose to work in comics, but tell stories that would be engaging no matter what. Huizenga is not like this. The plot of Ganges 3 is this: Glen Ganges can't sleep. The amazing thing about Huizenga is that he explores insomnia using the medium of comics as the means of communication. The fact that there's some English in the book i [...]

    3. Huizenga never fails to amaze. And this volume has a story called "getting things done," so you know he's calling my name. Seriously, though. You've got to see this art.

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