Monday, June 22, 2009

CBR Review: Young Liars #16

I recently reviewed Young Liars #16 for CBR and, in the process, wrote the following sentences: "The construction of the issue as a two-part song is reflected in the way that Lapham tells the story. The first half of the issue is told all in the same page layout: three stacked panels. There is no variation, aside from the first page where the usual placement of the title precludes using that layout (although the title almost acts as a middle panel). Not only that, but there is no dialogue in these panels, just Ronald’s narration combined with various images that Lapham chooses carefully, often coming back to images of duality."

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