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Reviews

  • It’s part satire, part parable, part nursery rhyme and part disaster movie, and it’s an utter joy to read.

    Tom Gatti, The Times
  • Clever, funny and beautiful to look at… A fairytale for adults that children will also adore, The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil is surely destined to become a classic.

    Rachel Cooke, Observer
  • As splendiferous as its title… An inspired swirling of the mundane with the surreal, the plot may be simple but his satire on modern life is witty and thoughtful.

    Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro
  • Collins’ wonderful debut unfolds with slow and simple elegance through black-and-white panels.

    James Smart, Guardian
  • It reminds me of nothing so much as a Roald Dahl novel.

    Alex Hern, New Statesman

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