We have brought you the work of Andrés Magán before here in the pages of the Star. We delight in his oblique sense of humor and extraordinary penchant for making solid blacks seem to melt beneath the reader’s gaze.
This comic shows him at his more abstract. His exquisite design sense gives the entire piece a moody cohesion, and the story is felt rather than thought. It’s somewhere between Mark Beyer and Art Spiegelman. But don’t take our word for it; see for yourself.