Daily Graphic Novel Recommendation 223

untitled (for New Yorker, I believe)

Genre notes: family, remembrance, war, perception
1 page

Just a shorty today. If you want a good taste of Chris Ware but are a bit too intimidated to jump right into Jimmy Corrigan or Building Stories, here's a classic one-pager to introduce you to his lovely complexity. It's a touching, careful remembrance, one character for another. And it works as a great introduction to his standard mode of storytelling.

Also, *because* Ware's pages can be a bit intimidating to newcomers, I've provided a plausible methodology for panel flow.

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