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"Evens is the best ambassador for Belgian representation seeing that Hergé." --The Guardian
Brecht Evens, the award-winning writer of The mistaken position and The Making Of, returns with an unsettling image novel a couple of little lady and her imaginary tom cat better half. Iconoclastic in his cartooning and web page layouts, sophisticated in his plotting, and deft in his shooting of the human event, Evens has crafted a tangled, darkish masterwork.
Christine lives in a tremendous condo along with her father and her cat, Lucy. whilst Lucy will get in poor health and dies, Christine is devastated. yet by myself in her room, anything designated occurs: a panther pops out of her cloth wardrobe drawer and starts off to inform her tales of far away Pantherland, the place he's the crown prince.
A shape-shifter who tells Christine something she desires to pay attention, Panther starts off taking up Christine's lifestyles, alienating her from her different toys and neighbors. As Christine's global spirals uncontrolled, so does the area Panther has created for her. Panther is a chilling voyage into the shadowy corners of the human psyche. The Drawn & Quarterly variation of Panther is a longer "director's cut," that includes extra fabric no longer integrated within the unique book.