A darkly comic, intermittently sombre exploration of friendship and modern life, Ghost World has become renowned for its frank treatment of adolescence.
Daniel Clowe’s cult classic tells of the adventures of Enid Coleslaw and Beck Doppelmeyer, two bored, supremely ironic teenage girls as they spend their days wandering aimlessly around their unnamed American town.
Powerfully and authentically spelling out the realities of teen angst it’s beautifully drawn, with a subtle and convincing storyline.
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