Nate Powell’s intricate black and white art focuses on the terrors and pleasures of growing up.
Poignantly plumbing the existential angst of youth, he invokes great coming-of-age novels with only a few dozen words. This book collects his self-published zines and comics dating back to 1992, his first two graphic novels (Tiny Giants and It Disappears), and new work.
These stories build vignette by vignette into a rich tableau of lofty dreams and Deep South disappointment, car crashes and love letters, first kisses and four-tracks. Powell’s work is a reminder of the persistence of wonder against all odds.
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