In the second installment of Richard Sala's dark and suspenseful mini-series, the mysterious traveler finds himself sinking deeper and deeper into nightmare territory. The locals seem determined to undermine his every move and he soon finds himself stranded and alone in the ancient forest — and night is falling... This twisted re-imagining of Snow White, told from the viewpoint of the "prince" and set in modern times, continues with more of Sala's eerily beautiful painted artwork and a startling plot that veers as far away from the countless saccharine versions of Grimm's folk tale as possible.
2007 Ignatz Award Nominee: Outstanding Story
2007 Ignatz Award Nominee: Outstanding Series
"What makes Delphine such a treat is that Sala is branching out while retaining the essence of what makes his comics so compulsively readable... it's his best work since The Chuckling Whatsit." – Dick Hyacinth, "Best Comics of 2007"