Fox, Justin J. – Good-Bye



When is a comic simply not reviewable? It’s not like that has ever stopped me from rambling before, but this one is seven pages long with one panel per page. Oh, and it’s silent. Don’t get me wrong, it’s gorgeous, as it’s all in color and that feller sure does know how to draw, but I’ve never been the best person to interpret these things. In this comic there’s a man who’s walking along until he sees a break in the wall. Through this break he notices a woman in a pink mass, getting further and further away. Gorgeous, like I said, and I think it has something to do with loss (although I might just be cheating and getting that from the title), but I’d start with some of his other work (I Love You in particular) and then head back for this once you already like his work.

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