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Grotesque #1 (Ignatz) by Sergio Ponchione
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Grotesque #1 (Ignatz)

by Sergio Ponchione

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Sergio Ponchione's Grotesque #1 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 #1 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. Although loaded with visual references to great comic artists past and present, there seems to be quite a bit more going on here than a mere homage - Ponchione may well be on the verge of creating something truly unique, entertaining, and thoroughly original. ( )
  dr_zirk | Oct 22, 2007 |
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