Anya's Ghost: sweet and scary ghost story about identity

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9 Responses to “Anya's Ghost: sweet and scary ghost story about identity”

  1. Anonymous says:

    somehow, the cover reminds me of Persepolis

  2. Anonymous says:

    It’s odd… even though I’m not a huge fan of Cory’s writing (it’s not bad, but I never fall in love with the characters or story), his book recommendations are almost always books that I wind up loving.

  3. Posteriormente says:

    Another cool graphic novel about immigrants, identity and fobbies is American Born Chinese by Gene-Luen-Yang

  4. Shart Tsung says:

    Always appreciate the graphic novel posts, Elephantmen is getting picked up next time I make it over to The Encounter Comics.

    I hope they have this one too,unfortunately comic shops are suffering just like any small book store. Any thing Neil Gaiman recommends must be good, I’m reading the Sandman books right now.

  5. Anonymous says:

    What is the age of the Target Audience for this work? Sounds great!

  6. Nash Rambler says:

    I’ve loved Vera’s stuff since “Return to Sender,” sadly unfinished but that’s life. I will make a point of checking this out.

    P.S. – Psst, Cory, it’s “Brosgol,” not “Brosol.”

    • AndrewF says:

      Me too! I checked “Return to Sender” for years, hoping it would continue. I loved her contribution to “Flight” too.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Ha, and here I thought I’d be the first commenter to bring up how much they loved RtS. I’m definitely buying this.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I thought that this looked familiar, and yeah, I have seen it before – on the Pants Press Sketchblog, where she did some preliminary work on the character, here:

    http://community.livejournal.com/pantsketch/118626.html#cutid1

    -Darren MacLennan

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