los bros. hernandez

Sloth TP by Gilbert Hernandez

SLOTH TP
Written by Gilbert Hernandez
Art and cover by Gilbert Hernandez
Eisner Award-winning creator Gilbert Hernandez (Love & Rockets) dazzles with this dark coming-of-age tale available for the first time in trade paperback. One year after slipping into a coma, teenager Miguel Torres awakens to a new world where everything has literally slowed down. Hernandez deftly crafts a hypnotic tale Playboy calls “a slyly magical tale of troubled teens in suburbia.”
Advance-solicited; on sale November 26 * 6.875" x 9"
128 pg, B&W, $14.99 US * MATURE READERS

theguardian.com
'There's nothing like it in comics' … how Love and Rockets broke the rules
It’s the groundbreaking comic whose characters have aged along with its readers – and Neil Gaiman is a huge fan

“I was an enormous fan,” says Neil Gaiman, the multi-award-winning author and graphic novelist. “I still am. I don’t really understand why the material of Love and Rockets isn’t widely regarded as one of the finest pieces of fiction of the last 35 years. Because it is.”

“I grew up on a very, very remote farm in an incredibly white part of the Oregon coast,” remembers comic writer Gail Simone. “As a kid, the first issue of Love and Rockets I saw astonished me not just with its visual and storytelling mastery, but with the worlds it focused on – characters of every shape and background, from women selling babosas barefooted to sexy, smart mechanic girlfriends. I’d never experienced anything like it, and that’s because there is nothing else like it.”