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Greetings from Hellville by Thomas Ott
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Greetings from Hellville (edition 1995)

by Thomas Ott (Author)

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Thomas Ott's modern horror comics, all told without words, and brilliantly crafted on his trademark b/w scratchboards, have been described as the post-modern successor to EC's infamous line in the 1950s, and have won him a huge fan base in Europe for years. The first UK release of his work, this collection consists of four short stories, in which each masterful frame provokes awe and admiration in the face of the repeated horrors portrayed. A book that is sure to establish Ott as the one of the pre-eminent horror cartoonists being published today.… (more)
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Title:Greetings from Hellville
Authors:Thomas Ott (Author)
Info:Editions moderne (1995), 44 pages
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Thomas Ott's modern horror comics, all told without words, and brilliantly crafted on his trademark b/w scratchboards, have been described as the post-modern successor to EC's infamous line in the 1950s, and have won him a huge fan base in Europe for years. The first UK release of his work, this collection consists of four short stories, in which each masterful frame provokes awe and admiration in the face of the repeated horrors portrayed. A book that is sure to establish Ott as the one of the pre-eminent horror cartoonists being published today.

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