By Guillem March
“In this second issue, Cata explores her newfound ability to fly, landing at a plaza in Palma where real-life Xisco and Cata are having a conversation that plunges her further into the depths of despair. When an ever-cheeky Karmen pops in to intervene, she and Cata sit down for a philosophical heart-to-heart.“
Karmen is a beautiful, dark, and weird exploration of all that it is to be human and suffer having a heart broken. It’s sprinkled with humor throughout to lighten the darkness for the reader, which is much needed in something so heavy. But this issue was even better than the first, and I’m looking forward to seeing where it goes.
Guillem March is one of my absolute favorite artists, so it’s no surprise to me that this book is breathtaking. The designs, the visual representation for emotional moments, the beauty of the human form. There’s no denying how excellent Guillem March’s work is.
Grab issue two this week!