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The Building

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For those of you new to comics, Will Eisner was one of the great elder statesmen of the medium (and if you're not new to comics and don't know his work, shame on you!). His traditional approach to comic expressiveness is a smokescreen to the rich emotional tapestry he explores in the lives of ordinary people. In these pages, Eisner masterfully tells the tales of four separate lives ending in four very different ways for four very different reasons - all in the same place, an ordinary building in the city. And yet something survives the grave in this common place, pushing towards one day when those who have passed on return to give the gift of life.









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