Congress of the Animals

Congress of the Animals

Hardback

By (author) Jim Woodring

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  • Publisher: Fantagraphics
  • Format: Hardback | 104 pages
  • Dimensions: 175mm x 244mm x 23mm | 590g
  • Publication date: 30 June 2011
  • Publication City/Country: Seattle
  • ISBN 10: 1606994379
  • ISBN 13: 9781606994375
  • Illustrations note: chiefly Illustrations
  • Sales rank: 109,343

Product description

That question is answered in Congress of the Animals, Jim Woodring's much-anticipated second full-length graphic novel, and first starring his signature character Frank. In this gripping saga an act of casual rudeness sets into motion a chain of events which propels Frank into a world where he is on his own at last; and like so many who leave home, Frank finds himself contending with realities of which he had no previous inkling InCongress of the Animals we are treated to the pitiful spectacle of Frank losing his house, taking a factory job, falling in with bad company, fleeing the results of sabotage, escaping the Unifactor in an amusement park ride, surviving a catastrophe at sea, traveling across hostile terrain toward a massive temple seemingly built in his image, being treated roughly by gut-faced men and intervening in an age-old battle in a meadow slathered in black and yellow blood. And when he finally knocks on opportunity's door he finds... he finds... Suffice to say he finds what most of us would like to find. Can he bring it back with him? Will the Unifactor accept him as he has become? Are his sins forgiven? Is love real? Is this the end of Frank as we know him?

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It takes a bit of daring to be willing to alter the status quo in a respected body of work and considerable talent to be able to do so in as assured manner as Woodring does here... --Chris Mautner"