Popular Books, Gregory I By Marc Hempel This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Gregory I , Essay By Marc Hempel Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Piranha Press was putting out some very unusual comic books during the 80s and 90s, and none of them was unusual than Gregory Minimalism at its finest, Gregory is about a little kid with a big head in a small padded cell All we know is what Gregory knows, and that isn t much Gregory isn t talkative, and seems blissfully unaware of well, anything Gregory s existence is a solitary one, with the exception of the occasional visit by orderlies, psychiatrists, or the talking rat named Herman Vermin Gregory hovers in the bizarre boundaries between dark humor and existential quandary, and it manages to be funny, compelling, disturbing, sad, and just a little bit okay, than that silly You get the feeling while readi
i hope somebody reads these books that i m posting about. This was a lot funnier when I was younger and everything was funnier Now, it scarcely raises a smile, but I still enjoy it Hempel s high comic style is perfect for the subject matter, which otherwise could get downright grimor just be stupid He manages to hit a nice balance, and lifts the characters out of our real world into another where a child in a dank asylum cell isn t something depressing Hempel doesn t set out to make any grand statements here, though he does mak
Another I ve had for a long time, and a lot of fun Gregory is a little baby kid locked in a cell in an insane asylum, who can t speak and is subjected to a barrage of characters, from snot noses outside his window to nerve wracked therapists to a lovable, eloquent rat named Herman.
- 120 pages
- Gregory I
- Marc Hempel
- 08 July 2017 Marc Hempel