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This review is from: Jimbo: Adventures in Paradise (Paperback)
Panter's been around forever, but for my money, this represents his apex. Jimbo's existential journeys, involving lots of injuries and countless band-aids, represent the punk aesthetic of the late 70s as well as a subversion of that aesthetic. (Huh?? What does he MEAN??) Panter draws the way Brando acts or Ali boxes: as an instinctive expression that is untamed by too much thought. Here, in "Jimbo," he achieves perfection.