Wet Moon, Volume 5: Where All Stars Fail to Burn

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There's lots going on in the tiny town of Wet Moon and the weirdness isn't going to die down soon. With Cleo and her circle's attention focused on the big softball game, the dark emotional clouds gathering in the distance have gone unnoticed. Will anybody be ready for the brutal conflict that's on the horizon?
Volume 5 of Eisner-nominated creator Ross Campbell's hit series continues its examination of Cleo and the rest of the residents of Wet Moon with the deft mix of humor, ...

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Overview

There's lots going on in the tiny town of Wet Moon and the weirdness isn't going to die down soon. With Cleo and her circle's attention focused on the big softball game, the dark emotional clouds gathering in the distance have gone unnoticed. Will anybody be ready for the brutal conflict that's on the horizon?
Volume 5 of Eisner-nominated creator Ross Campbell's hit series continues its examination of Cleo and the rest of the residents of Wet Moon with the deft mix of humor, suspense, and heartbreak readers have come to expect.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781934964255
  • Publisher: Oni Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Pages: 168
  • Sales rank: 903,201
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Posted April 9, 2010

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    Taking Engaging to an Unprecedented Level

    Ross Campbell's "Wet Moon" is a series of visually opulent and satisfying artwork, but it is not just his characteristic and artistic aesthetic that makes his work memorable. Just as strong as the visuals of "Wet Moon" are the emotional backdrops in which he places his characters and events. The artwork is lushly dark and Gothic, perfectly reflective of the emotional saturation and realism supporting the artwork.

    This, the fifth installment in the series, sees everything amplified to unbelievable levels. Ending on a knife-twisting cliffhanger, Campbell takes the readers on an unforgettable journey through different relationships that the reader cannot help but feel reflective at while reading. His characters are believable, his dialogue is absolutely raw and fluid in a way that no other writer has ever captured, and his artwork is gorgeous and addicting. For those of the Gothic and alternative subcultures, Campbell's work in "Wet Moon" and others is a godsend without parallel. It transcends subculture though and with its emotional significance can apply and touch any reader.

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