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Dark Garbage (GN)

Jon-Michael Frank



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Floating World Editions
07 May 2019
Graphic novels; Fiction-related items; Epic Fantasy; Humourous Fantasy; Fantasy Graphic Novel; Graphic Novel
A woman body builder, Esther, and a caged butterfly, Mona, do whippets and look for an elusive elixir in a Gen-Y Fantasia. Comfortable in their despair, they set out on a journey for beauty and truth. They encounter an assemblage of characters that are a concoction of poetic melancholia and destructive tenderness.
By:   Jon-Michael Frank
Imprint:   Floating World Editions
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm, 
ISBN:   9781942801887
ISBN 10:   1942801882
Pages:   208
Publication Date:   07 May 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jon-Michael Frank is the author of How's Everything Going? Not Good (Ohio Edit / Cuneiform Press) and the poetry chapbook Nostalgia Flower (Sad Spell Press). He lives between Philadelphia and Austin.

Reviews for Dark Garbage (GN)

I HAD A GOOD TIME. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR YOUR HIPPY SHAREHOUSE! --Simon Hanselmann, Megahex Dark Garbage is toned with childhood imagination, infused with adult themes that get right down to the heart and gut. The gorgeous composition of space and line work on the page is a wondrous artistic feat. The imagination and vision behind these works is incredible. --Bianca Stone, The M bius Strip Club Of Grief Dark Garbage spins an intricate web of joy, nostalgia, mysticism and heroism. Esther and Mona are a beautiful pair who slink through adventures with nonchalance and sophistication. Their creator, Jon-Michael Frank is an exciting talent who is able to cultivate the most breathtaking scenes with seemingly effortless and natural application. All in all a heartwarming read. --Brie Moreno, Mumu And The Silky Road Dark Garbage is a five star RPG style love letter to emptiness and longing. --Tara Booth, How To Be Alive

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