A Wretch Like Me: Sad/Black/Ugly/Queer
A Wretch Like Me: Sad/Black/Ugly/Queer http://bit.ly/1VQb0df is a 20-page, digest size, B&W, autobiographical comic by Ebin Lee. Published by Sparkplug Comic Books.
This is the fifth book in the Sparkplug Minis Series, a series of short-run (500 copies) mini comics by new and/or underappreciated artists. In A Wretch Like Me: Sad/Black/Ugly/Queer, Ebin Lee tells a story of depression, anxiety, and body dysphoria through images that play with the drama between black and white while also revealing the reality of prejudice between the races represented by those colors.
Ebin’s bold drawings and few words communicate a powerful message that pulls the reader into an unpleasant, but real world. A world of raw emotion and pain that’s easily overlooked by those who are not a part of it.
You can experience a part of Ebin Lee’s world through A Wretch Like Me: Sad/Black/Ugly/Queer at http://bit.ly/1VQb0df
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