Reviews

  • [It is] truly stunning… Scenes in the first canto which recount Satan’s fall without putting a single word on the page are achingly beautiful… As well as being a brilliant introduction to a classic text it can also be a deft reminder of Milton’s original majesty and a perfect accompaniment to its counterpart.

    Fran Slater, Bookmunch
  • [Auladell] adds vigour to a tale that can feel remote, and underlines the rich strangeness of a myth that is grand, cruel and beset by contradiction.

    James Smart, Guardian
  • Auladell combats this natural tendency of the eye by preserving Milton’s poetic language. I often found myself reading and re-reading the same sentence three to four times in order to fully extract meaning out of every word. This slowing down allowed me to take in the artwork in a way no other comic book has ever accomplished.

    Quietus
  • This is a thoughtful and brilliantly strange way to rethink a classic.

    Tim Martin, Sunday Telegraph
  • Pablo Auladell’s art is a stunning piece of work which captures and reinterprets Milton’s original…. Deeply thoughtful, eerily beautiful and quite astonishingly atmospheric.

    David V Barrett, Fortean Times

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