/ vi-və-sek-shə-ner-ē /
From "vivisection," the act of dissecting living specimens, and "bestiary," a compendium of real and mythical creatures.
"A delightfully disgusting compendium of the grotesque. Lacour’s work engenders horror of the deepest sort, and it lingers in the mind for hours." — Publishers Weekly
"Vivisectionary is horrible—and that's a compliment. If you're comfortable with discomfort, and you like your graphic novels to experiment with the DNA of the comics form, then Kate Lacour is your deranged doctor." — PopMatters
"A striking series of images of body horror and other biological nightmares. You'll be horrified yet curiously turning the pages to see more." — Kirkus Reviews
"Gorgeous, grotesque, and wonderful." — BoingBoing