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  • This is the kind of comic that demands the reader pay close attention; clues and satirical in-jokes lurk in the corner of every frame. It’s also...a book you will want to start reading again almost as soon as you’ve finished… The Pleece brothers’ black and white drawings...have an energy that pulls you along. Their story gets under your skin.

    Rachel Cooke, Observer
  • Confidently written – and inked… It’s terrific dip-in-and-out-of entertainment.

    Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro
  • It’s anyone’s guess what the commissioning editors are smoking in the graphic novels department of Jonathan Cape, but when the results are this interesting, why inquire?... Total Lynchian disorder… What style!

    Tim Martin, Daily Telegraph
  • The Pleeces have fun with madness- both the ‘cap’ and the mental variety, with a deliberate muddying of the line between reality and the psychological.

    Forbidden Planet
  • A bleak, if intermittently joyful, mix of social and magical realism, it offers a snapshot of 21st-century stupidity and selfishness.

    Colin Smith, Q Magazine

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