Daytripper by Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá (Book Review)

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Review and analysis of Daytripper by Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá, a graphic novel.

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Mark Ash says:

Just got my very own hardcover copy and I cant wait to read it! Great review btw!!

Avian Bat says:

Great review you encouraged me to read the book

Tim Holden says:

Can you review Jimmy Corrigan

Bookshelf of Babel says:

One of my all time favorite books. The story where the protagonist has to go looking for his friend, and finds him, is one that hit me so, so, so hard. This was a beautiful trancelike fugue.

Solveig Bustnes says:

your review on their work is so good!

Imperius Rex says:

This is one of the most heartfelt and beautiful comics I've ever read. By the last pages I was actually in tears. I can't think of another book that had such an effect on me. Inspiring on every level. Huge fan of these brothers' works.


Awesome review I'll definitely pick this book up when I see it

steakuccino says:

I'm so glad that you read it and liked it! I would tend to agree with you that it's more of an experience than a straightforward story. I was so taken with the sweeping movement in the images as well, which I felt echoed the emotion and really pulled you into the situations being depicted, especially in the second issue for Iemanja's day in Salvador and basically the whole ninth issue as well, with the carp windsocks. Just so strikingly beautiful that it's hard for me to find the right adjectives for it.

booksnq says:

This book really touched me. I closed it with tears in my eyes. Looking forward to more of their work.

ThePoptimist says:

I absolutely loved Daytripper and have been meaning to grab Two Brothers as a result. If you want to keep going backwards I was first introduced to Gabriel Ba for his work on the Umbrella Academy with Gerard Way (of My Chemical Romance fame) Awesomely fun, somewhat surreal and truly clever take on the team superhero dynamic.

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