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This is another of Lemire's intimate stories of seemingly unexceptional people. The protagonist, about to become a father for the first time, is faced to confront his own troubled... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Peter J. Orvetti
The Underwater Welders is yet another reason to love this guy. His artwork is *refreshingly fresh* and well-textured characters makes the world of graphic novels & comic books... Read morePublished 27 days ago by thatswright
This story actually brought tears to my eyes. What an unforgettable story. Highly recommended for anyone who loves a good story.Published 1 month ago by Ryan Hernandez
great book; simple and powerful words and images. i have never read a book that encapsulates what a new or expectant father is feeling. do yourself a favor and give it a chance.Published 2 months ago by justin
The Underwater Welder reveals itself in layers.
The introduction compares this book to an episode The Twilight Zone, and that's a fairly apt description. Read more
When we talk about growing up, we so often focus on the teenage years. However, while the teens are the end of your childhood, your twenties are the beginning of adulthood, when... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lord Baruch
The art is great and the lead in is good. It felt very rushed at the end. Almost disappointingly so.
Get this for the art and the first third of the story.