One of the biggest secrets on the comic book market today is Honeymoon in the Afterlife by Matt Canning.
It is a comic book of droll existentialism. Asks questions about identity, autonomy, death and rebirth, and answers them all with a wry shrug.
The unique textless adventure (that will be reviewed here in full soon) leaves the interpretation up to the reader and is where the beauty in the work unfolds.
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