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My Pretty Vampire Hardcover – August 8, 2017
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“My Pretty Vampire is the best '60s underground gem that never was, a descent into big hair and paisley politics by acclaimed cartoonist Katie Skelly.”
“A playful riff on vampire tropes, My Pretty Vampire is a colorful collision of Euro-arthouse, pop, and exploitation influences.”
“Katie Skelly's My Pretty Vampire is a very fresh take on the iconic bloodsuckers.”
- Under the Radar
“Skelly’s newest graphic novel My Pretty Vampire is a sensual, colorful rampage.”
- Portland Mercury
“The story by Katie Skelly is dark, funny, and intuitive. The art by Skelly is incandescent and the way she draws is quite gorgeous.”
- Graphic Policy
“With a retro vibe that combines elements of traditional vampire lore and the excesses of an era of exploitation cinema, My Pretty Vampire is, aesthetically, a fascinating fusion of cute and appealing visuals with uncompromisingly brutal violence.”
- Broken Frontier
“This is a terrific comic, all puce and meringue and hot blood red, a plush and inky world through which a vampire woman staggers, amoral and starved, the escaped possession of her family bent on finding a vein of consumption that befits her idea of herself.”
- The Comics Journal
About the Author
Katie Skelly is a cartoonist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She is a contributor to The Comics Journal.
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Skelly is a bloody talented artist - Bravo!!