An unbelievably accomplished effort that hits home at every level and will be spoken of for years to come.
Begum’s murky, abstract art works best when it’s at its least lucid, with several nightmarish scenes that descend into psychological horror.
Sacco’s art and storytelling are at their densest and most nuanced yet.
Indie Penance will return next week, but until then here’s a few reviews that featured in previous columns.
The final Indie Penance (for now) says farewell with mini-reviews of Glorious Wrestling Alliance, Murder, The Belles, Lonely Dogs Anthology and Herbert West.
This week: The Illuminati Ball, Dodge Danger and Going to the Chapel, Serious Creatures and Geek Girl.