So it makes perfect sense that his first graphic novel to be published in the U.S. would be… a children’s book? Yes indeed.
Our hero, attending a Halloween party in an embarrassing pink bunny costume (he wanted to he a pirate) stumbles across a secret society of damaged, forgotten, and pissed-off toys in the basement of his friend’s house—including the terrifying Amélie, not an adorable gamine played by Audrey Tautou but a towering sentient assemblage of broken toy parts out for revenge!
Imagine Toy Story as reimagined by David Lynch and Charles Burns and you’ll have a good idea of what this story is like. And yes, it is for kids! 32 pages of full-color!
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