With little pressure to conform to storytelling or visual norms, comics are rife with artists like Jason Shiga, who bends and splices genres, and whose aesthetic sense is readily identifiable as his own.
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Eyeless in Gaza: Picture the Day (A Career Retrospective 1981-2016)
July Talk: Touch
Kuedo: Slow Knife
Drugdealer: The End of Comedy
"Downfall finds horror in helpfulness.