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The Clarence Principle

The Clarence Principle Embark on a surreal voyage into an unconventional vision of the afterlife Clarence wakes to the aftermath of his own suicide and a hidden message spawns his journey beyond Follow Clarence s twisted ta

  • Title: The Clarence Principle
  • Author: Fehed Said
  • ISBN: 9781593620646
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • Embark on a surreal voyage into an unconventional vision of the afterlife Clarence wakes to the aftermath of his own suicide and a hidden message spawns his journey beyond Follow Clarence s twisted tale, as he meets whimsical characters whose fates are destined to intertwine with his The Clarence Principle is an astounding graphic novel by new talents Fehed Said and ShaEmbark on a surreal voyage into an unconventional vision of the afterlife Clarence wakes to the aftermath of his own suicide and a hidden message spawns his journey beyond Follow Clarence s twisted tale, as he meets whimsical characters whose fates are destined to intertwine with his The Clarence Principle is an astounding graphic novel by new talents Fehed Said and Shari Chankhamma.

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    1. While I'd never heard of either Fehed Said or Shari Chankhamma, Slave Labor Graphics (the book's publisher) has built up enough good will from me over the years that any time I see their label, I'll at least pick up a book of there's and browse through it to see if it looks worthwhile. The Clarence Principle held vague attraction to me. The art was rather Scott Pilgrim/manga-y with heavy washes of dark ink (kinda like what I remember seeing in Area 88 as a kid, but much heavier). The character d [...]

    2. Cutesy Goth Alice in Wonderland Manga.Art: This book is created by Fehed Said (story) and Shari Chankhamma (art), and I'd say the latter is the only reason to pick this one up. If morose, big eyed characters and acts of violence are your thing (JTHM fans, I'm looking at YOU), you'd probably like it. I didn't. While Chankhamma does show a knack for character design, there's no pacing or storytelling through the panels. And that's a shame, because it's a throwaway script. Story: Pretty much worthl [...]

    3. shelfnotes reviewDear Reader,Yes, yes, yes. I love the art, the dark comedic style, the quirky characters, and almost everything about this. This was quite some Graphic Novel, completely suited to my tastes. The Clarence Principle is a little bit Anime, slightly dark and mischievous, comical and cartoony with a handful of serious topics thrown in. The main character commits suicide (trust me, this is given to you RIGHT from the first page) and journeys to this dreamscape (a la Wonderland-esque). [...]

    4. A flawed, but intriguing, journey into a gothic anti-wonderland of broken souls. Some of the images/metaphors are predictable and cloying, but the book is redeemed by original images with dream-like staying power. The artwork is literally dark, sometimes so dark that it is difficult to see. In my copy at least, some of the details are muddied and get lost on the page, particularly on page 130 (the pages are not numbered so my count may be off) where some plot points are obscured. I believe that [...]

    5. Considering I found this book hidden behind a Naruto manga I wasn't expecting much, but I was surprised. This is actually a well thought out metaphysical journey through the afterlife. It isn't very fleshed out at all so the ending feels a bit out of place. The art work is adorable though and in the end that is what really sticks with me. This is an adorable story about something that isn't adorable at all.

    6. I grabbed this because I've enjoyed so many titles from Slave Labor Graphics (SLG) before, and this one looked interesting.I wasn't disappointed. The art style is very manga-ish, and the story itself is both depressing and curious. Like a trip through the looking glass to a great twist at the end that's a great big F-U and left me thinking about it for a while after I'd finished the book.

    7. It's atmospheric but that means the art is dark and sometimes difficult to decipher. So is just what the heck is going on in the story, as we follow a dude who has committed suicide through a series of encounters in the afterlife.

    8. I always thought that birds would end up in heaven. In my mind, if you were born a bird, you were blessed. They were the only ones who could touch the sky. They had wingske angles.

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