Then again.... and now three times, taking 45 minutes to an hour each reading.
As we watch Manhog bumble around this surreal landscape getting into strange situations and escaping them, you feel like this is a hugely symbolic dream.
'Weathercraft' was the first book-length Frank tale, but like all Frank stories, it can be read without any previous exposure.
Since the early nineties Jim Woodring has been keeping a record of the daily life of Frank, a 'generalized anthropomorph', his cartoonish physiognymy a hybrid: a cat, a chipmunk,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Corey Lidster
Woodring is magnificent, a treasure. Life as seen through another's eyes! This book is accomplished with nominal language, unsurpassed linework and visionary perspective!Published 11 months ago by K. Warzecha
This is one of my favorite comics of all time. Woodring's work isn't so weird as all that - only the FORMS have changed, the essence is the same as our reality, which is to say,... Read morePublished on May 16, 2011 by Michael Liska
This was really great, I loved everything about this book. This guy Woodring must be a genius, because for a comic with no words its pretty much just as good as any other comic... Read morePublished on April 2, 2011 by edcerc