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New Tales of Old Palomar #3

Details for this: Book
Author: Gilbert Hernandez
Format: Softcover
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 8.5" x 11"
Colors: black & white
Year: 2007
Publisher: Fantagraphics
ISBN-10: n/a
ISBN-13: 978-1-56097-906-7
Additional Details: saddle-stitched, with jacket

Price: $7.95

 


The third and last installment of New Tales of Old Palomar, in which Gilbert Hernandez returns to some of his best-loved characters, focuses on the gorgeous but troubled Tonantzín. Everybody in Palomar seems to take the supernatural with a grain of salt, but young Tonantzín is determined to uncover the mystery of the laughing baby that only appears to her, haunting her daily life. What is the baby's link to the giant stone idols that stand outside the small town...?

"As Hernandez matures, he's expanding his style of storytelling into something close to the work of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Harumi Murakami and other creators of haunted landscapes where reality becomes a question of perception rather than a set of objective facts." – San Francisco Chronicle

"This may be Gilbert Hernandez's best work so far. Minimal without seeming spare and a huge argument for the 'comics as literature' thing having some traction." – Kevin Church

"You don't need to know the backstory of Love and Rockets to love these, nor do you even need to read them in order — each issue works totally on its own. (In fact, this is a pretty good introduction to Beto's world, and it's mostly kid-friendly to boot.) Taken together, though, the miniseries gives proof that the cartoonist's universe is as weird, wonderful, and expansive as any community cooked up by William Faulkner or Wendell Berry." – "Favorite Comics of 2007," Quiet Bubble



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