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Vitriol, a Tale of Love, Art & Explosives
A Tale of Love, Art & Explosives
by John Linton Roberson
cruel, and intense."
--Katherine Keller, Sequential Tart.
John Linton Roberson's acclaimed graphic black comedy,
chapters 1-9 (of 12) originally serialized in PLASTIC
1-8, from Bottomless Studio.
The further adventures of Rick Krassner, gloriously failed
writer, also appearing in Suspension
of Disbelief (1989)
The story hits the ground running Lilith Lamprey, Rick's
girlfriend, leaves him during sex on his birthday for another woman, and
that's just the beginning. Who's killing everyone who causes Rick harm? Why
is the beautiful, mysterious, and insane Sally suddenly in love with him?
Why does she think she's the daughter of Gary Gilmore? And what did Lilith
do with Rick's 26 unseen works?
All that and explosions too in the mad comedy of which Katherine
Keller of Sequential Tart
"Roberson knows the brilliant and hateful things that two people who know
each other really well will do and say to each other. The scenes in this
issue between Rick and Lilith reminded me somewhat of Who's Afraid of Virginia
Woolf -- they were that clever, cruel, and intense."
Now complete! Have a look.
, Picture Books
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