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Pentti and Deathgirl

Pentti and Deathgirl Emma Rendel is one of the most distinctive and original graphic artists at work today She joins the Cape list with the extraordinary Pentti and Deathgirl two strange tales in one beautiful volume Pen

  • Title: Pentti and Deathgirl
  • Author: Emma Rendel
  • ISBN: 9780224085069
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
  • Emma Rendel is one of the most distinctive and original graphic artists at work today She joins the Cape list with the extraordinary Pentti and Deathgirl, two strange tales in one beautiful volume Pentti is the story of two Finnish brothers, Juha and Pentti When two men move in next to their farm, Pentti is convinced they must be gay So what says Juha, but Pentti,Emma Rendel is one of the most distinctive and original graphic artists at work today She joins the Cape list with the extraordinary Pentti and Deathgirl, two strange tales in one beautiful volume Pentti is the story of two Finnish brothers, Juha and Pentti When two men move in next to their farm, Pentti is convinced they must be gay So what says Juha, but Pentti, full of drink and righteous anger, storms off into town looking for a fight Deathgirl s Diary tells of Deathgirl, lonely and friendless, talking only to her diary, where she confides her obsessions stabbing, beheading, poisoning

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    1 thought on “Pentti and Deathgirl

    1. This book contains two short (adult in nature) graphic stories.I found both stories interesting, but very bleak.

    2. Pentti and Deathgirl is an intriguing book. Emma Rendel's style is like Tove Jansson on steroids; it is very unique and interesting to look at. I found Pentti to be a much stronger comic than Deathgirl. Pentti is about two Finnish brothers who live in the woods and have new presumed homosexual neighbours. Pentti has an issue with this. I found it to be funny yet dark. Deathgirl is pretty average and would appeal to edgy scene kids. I was little disappointed by it.

    3. The book gather two stories from Emma Rendel. Both with a different narrative.The art is wonderful, weird, but beautiful at the same time. Sometimes in B&W, others is glorious color.I really liked both stories, I just wish they were longer pieces.Really worth a look, for everyone with a leaning to artsy books, weird stories, or anything "alternative".

    4. An amazingly intricate, beautiful and borderline obsessive drawing style that begs comparison to Tove Jansson's Moomin series. It reminds me that comics are about the interplay between text and image. As much about reading the imagery as the dialogue.

    5. Obsessive pointillism in Moomin colours. Well 'Pentti' is and it's good where as 'Deathgirl' isn't and isn't good.

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