Just thought I'd send out a friendly reminder that my graphic novel Abel
(published by Slave Labor Graphics) is still available. What's that? You
fear shelling out fifteen bucks for crap? Well, don't take my word for
it--here's what the critics have to say!
“A year from now, when people are looking back on 1998 and talking about the
year’s best, I suspect that Abel is going to be a part of that conversation.
And it deserves to be; few comics elicit such a visceral and intellectual
response at the same time.”
Five out of five stars
Comic Shop News
“Abel moves with a sureness and complexity rare even in the works of writers
far more established than William Harms. Its theme of betrayal and lies,
and the way we come to believe in those lies and lose ourselves, develops
with subtlety and care. Abel is anti-heroic, sad, and true to life. The
comics field needs more work like this.”
Rachel (Doom Patrol) Pollack
1997 World Fantasy Award Winner--Best Novel
"Expect to hear more about Abel during the next year's Eisner nominations. A
dazzling and very disturbing comic. Very highly recommended."
You can read the full text of the icomics.com review at:http://www.icomics.com/051498_abel.htm
And lastly, you can order a copy of Abel from the folks at Slave Labor. Just
head over to http://www.slavelabor.com/abel.html
and click on the cover to
For sample art: http://members.xoom.com/wharms/abel.htm
You can view more reviews at my web site:http://members.xoom.com/wharms/praise.htm
Thanks for your time!