A Contract with God - Will Eisner Reviews
Description:ISBN 039332804X / Paperback: 192 pages / Publisher: W. W. Norton & Co. / Published: 16 Jan 2007 / Language: English
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by - written on 16/06/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
After I made a seemingly disparaging comment about comic books on another website, I was challenged to write a review of a graphic novel. What better graphic novel to review than the one that most sites have dubbed the first modern graphic novel, and also attributes it to having helped spawn the genre and bring it to art form level. I'm talking about Will Eisner's 1978 graphic novel, "A Contract with God and Other Tenement Stories". This book is actually a quartet of stories, all set during the 1930s, involving people who lived in the Bronx neighborhood of New York. In particular, these are stories about the residents of 55 Dropsie Avenue - a ... Read the complete review
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