“One of the medium’s finest storytellers.” (Publishers Weekly)
“Although Jason’s art is attractive... it’s his grasp of sociopathy that stays with you. Jason is a master of frisson.” (Boston Sunday Globe)
“The graphic novel’s cinematic qualities have rarely been so well wielded as they are by the artist known only as Jason.” (Bookslut)
“When I read Jason for the first time, I was just as excited and devastated as the first time I read the poems of Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman. Jason’s work is poetry.” (Sherman Alexie)
About the Author
Jason hails from Oslo, Norway, but currently resides in the south of France. The Harvey and Eisner Award-winner continues to create new books at a breakneck pace—his books include Werewolves of Montpellier; Low Moon; Pocket Full of Rain and Other Stories; Hey, Wait...; Sshhhh!; The Iron Wagon; What I Did (collecting the previous three volumes); I Killed Adolf Hitler; The Last Musketeer; The Left Bank Gang; Why Are You Doing This?; The Living and the Dead; Meow, Baby!; You Can't Get There from Here; Tell Me Something; and Almost Silent (collecting the previous four volumes) and (with Fabien Vehlmann) Isle of 100,000 Graves.