nilskidoo:

I shoot off reviews like I’m suffering from OCD, but sometimes really special things come my way that I want to really help push. The newest volume of Papercutz’s Ernest & Rebecca, The Land of Walking Stones is that kind of book. All fans need reminding at times that comics aren’t all about boyish power-struggles of superheroes or the incessant backstabbing of their creators, sometimes they are true gems, composed with insightful intelligence and richly beautiful artwork, and can deal with subject matters that anyone and everyone can relate to. If you don’t mind snark-free stories with a lot of genuine fun and maybe a little jerking of tears, Ernest & Rebecca is just wonderful.
As a fan of good comix, I sincerely thank Papercutz for translating this material for our kicked in the head Western market.

You’re very welcome!

nilskidoo:

I shoot off reviews like I’m suffering from OCD, but sometimes really special things come my way that I want to really help push. The newest volume of Papercutz’s Ernest & Rebecca, The Land of Walking Stones is that kind of book. All fans need reminding at times that comics aren’t all about boyish power-struggles of superheroes or the incessant backstabbing of their creators, sometimes they are true gems, composed with insightful intelligence and richly beautiful artwork, and can deal with subject matters that anyone and everyone can relate to. If you don’t mind snark-free stories with a lot of genuine fun and maybe a little jerking of tears, Ernest & Rebecca is just wonderful.

As a fan of good comix, I sincerely thank Papercutz for translating this material for our kicked in the head Western market.

You’re very welcome!

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