This new work by Comics Workbook Magazine editor and pioneering comics formalist, Andrew White presents six sections, each consisting of four spreads of four uniform-sized (1/2-page) images, each divided from the other by a blackened two-page spread at which the author suggests that the reader, "take a slight pause" and "hesitate before moving forward." This nature of the narrative is impressionistic; associative rather than linear. There is a proto-surrealist aspect to it, in that the flow of images do not appear to be consciously structured with a specific aim in mind, but rather flow, directed by the sub-conscious, "like a soft fog wanders." This puts it in (a perhaps more staid corner) of the neighborhood in which you would find the paintings of Giorgio DeChirico and the films of Maya Deren. Upon completion, the reader is left with a feeling somewhat analogous to waking from a dream; the fog of sleep lifts and you try to put together the image fragments that you struggle to recollect before they fade away. Each copy includes an original, signed black marker sketch on the last page! AND, we're offering it for a great price, to encourage to check it out.
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