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by Sergio Ponchione

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Sergio Ponchione
Fantagraphics Books (October 9, 2007)
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Grotesque by Sergio Ponchione.

Grotesque by Sergio Ponchione

Grotesque 1 & 2 by Sergio Ponchione.

Grotesque 1 & 2 by Sergio Ponchione.

ISBN 10: 1560979828 ISBN 13: 9781560979821. Publisher: Fantagraphics Books, 2008.

Sergio Ponchione's Grotesque is one of the more intriguing recent entries in the Ignatz Series from Fantagraphics Books and the Coconino Press. In some respects, the last few "new starts" in the Ignatz series have been disappointing, but Grotesque is the obvious exception to the rule. Ponchione's line is beautiful, his page and panel layouts are well constructed, and his story is completely fascinating, even if a little bit obscure in this first issue.

IGNATZ 22: Grotesque by Sergio Ponchione. IGNATZ 23: Niger by Leila Marzocchi. IGNATZ 24: Reflections by Marco Corona. IGNATZ 24: Reflections by Marco Corona IGNATZ 28: Baobab by Igort. IGNATZ 29: Delphine by Richard Sala IGNATZ 30: Grotesque by Sergio Ponchione. IGNATZ 31: Interiorae by Gabriella Giandelli. IGNATZ 32: Sammy the Mouse by Zak Sally IGNATZ 33: Grotesque by Sergio Ponchione. IGNATZ 34: Delphine by Richard Sala IGNATZ 35: Ganges by Kevin Huizenga IGNATZ 36: Niger by Leila Marzocchi. IGNATZ 37: Grotesque by Sergio Ponchione.

0. International Graphic Novels At Their Zenith. 1. The Ignatz Series from Fantagraphics Books.

First Line of Dialogue or Text. Not a reprint from the series like other sequences in this book but just sketches for it. Pulverize (Table of Contents: 10). Glenn Ganges, comic story, 3 pages (report information). 0.

What if our memories — all that we've seen, all that we've experienced, but also all that we've read or imagined — took on their own reality? And what if, furthermore, the people and creatures lurking in our mind somehow came to life and began acting independently, spinning out brand new scenarios to haunt us? Three men become aware of the existence of a mysterious island that may or may not be the sum total of all the information stored in their mind, and either seek it out or are brought there by the mysterious "Mr. O'Blique." With an art style that's half European-classic and half Roger Langridge-surreal, Sergio Ponchione offers up one eye-popping moment after another as we plunge down the rabbit hole of GROTESQUE...