Pope Hats #2

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  • Paperback
  • 40 pages
  • Pope Hats #2
  • Ethan Rilly
  • English
  • 11 March 2017
  • 1935233165

Pope Hats #2 Pope Hats Follows The Rise Of Young Law Clerk Frances Scarland Frances Must Survive An Unwanted Promotion At One Of Toronto S Major Bay Street Firms, While Tending To The Regular Wake Of Destruction Left Behind By Her Best Friend This Eagerly Anticipated Issue Follows What Seth Described As The Most Impressive Debut Comic I Ve Seen In Years With A Surreal Exploration Of Growth And Failure In Downtown Toronto Also Included Is A Short Story About A Long Distance Relationship

10 thoughts on “Pope Hats #2

  1. Fredrik Strömberg says:

    An extraordinary second issue, where almost everything has improved, from an already impressive debut StoryThe main story follows the young Canadian woman Frances who,or less against her own wishes, rises in the ranks of a big law firm In the longer fill in story, a man takes a ride with a night buss and talks about long time relationships Finally there s two one pagers one about Frances as a young girl and one about the life a puff of smoke ArtThe black and white art has evolved duri An extraordinary second issue, where almost everything has improved, from an already impressive debut StoryThe main story follows the young Canadian woman Frances who,or less against her own wishes, rises in the ranks of a big law firm In the longer fill in story, a man takes a ride with a night buss and talks about long time relationships Finally there s two one pagers one about Frances as a young girl and one about the life a puff of smoke ArtThe black and white art has evolved during the two years that passed between issue one and two Rilly is muchsecure in what he does and especially the inking is now both consistent and sensitive The art still feels very much rooted in the North American alternative comics tradition, with a flavour of Adrian Tomine and Daniel Clowes CritiqueThis issue feels muchpolished than issue one, for good and for bad Good in that both the art and the storytelling have improve...