From art that looks effortless to writing that’s novelistic in scope to the cult it has inspired, “Love and Rockets,” by brothers Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez has been the best American comic book for almost all of its 30 years and counting.
Nothing else is as complex, as artistically accomplished, as deeply human and humane or as consistent.
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The Love and Rockets Companion
Edited by Marc Sobel and Kristy Valenti