This book is not one to read quickly, but enjoy, like a fine, fine wine.
Instead, he stuck his neck out and created this, one of the best graphic novels ever written, but also one that challenges the reader.
This beautifully designed collection of the work of Chris Ware is a must have for lovers of the art of comics.
Chris Ware will blow your mind with his intricate illustrations and beautiful hand-written typography, and the story is complex and beautiful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hannah Templer
This is one of my favorite graphic novels -- the drawings range from rich and detailed to simple and almost abstract. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book is way depressing. I sorta wished there were some trigger warning because some content was pretty uncalled for and caused me some anxiety attacks and put the book down... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Vivian Bei Bei Tov
There's something about this book that's so sad, but so difficult to put back down. Part of it is probably the beautiful art. My god, is Chris Ware talented. Read morePublished 5 months ago by #Reeter
I did not read it but offered it as a gift. Though it appeared confusing at first, it turns out the book draws you in, from many different directions. Read morePublished 8 months ago by SG
Really good. It is often dismal. It captures a feeling of alienation. It feels quite real, as if it is a biography.Published 11 months ago by Michelle
Upon finishing this it was hard for me to decide whether I felt it was really worth the effort. In a sense Jimmy Corrigan is more of a visual spectacle of curiosity than it is an... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eric
ok so this is not what i exspected when i picked if off a list of the 50 greatest books written, i exspected a novel. even beyond that though it was lame, such weak characters.Published 12 months ago by Michael N.