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Unholy Kinship by Naomi Nowak (2006-11-02)

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Original name book: Unholy Kinship by Naomi Nowak (2006-11-02)

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Customer Reviews
  • By D. Norder on November 22, 2006

    Naomi Nowak is a new talent from Sweden who illustrated and scripted this whole graphic novel. As a debut work this is really quite impressive. The characters have realistic personalities and act as you'd expect people really would in situations like those that occur in the story. The gritty realism and isolation of the main character enhances the sense of wonder when fantastic elements occur. The dreams and possible hallucinations (or is there something more going on?) have an internal logic and fairy tale style charm that draws you in.As far as negatives go, the lettering could be more readable (the unfortunate space to the right of every instance of the letter F is the most noticeable problem). Occasionally some of the illustrations lack polish (the nurse character to me never seemed quite right, but then perhaps that was done purposefully to show her menacing qualities).But overall the detailing and coloring is quite well handled, with little things tucked in various frames here and there that, if spotted, tie various parts of the story and visuals together.This title is certainly well worth the money, and I look forward to seeing what else this artist comes out with in the future.

  • By Neuromystic on September 27, 2016

    This is my first encounter with Naomi Nowak's work. The author presents an intriguing, and nuanced, story that is both engaging and thought provoking. The artwork in this work is at once evocative and beautiful. I will definitely be following this up with the author's other two graphic novels.

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