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Belzebubs by JP Ahonen
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Mar 19, 2019 | ISBN 9781603094429

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“As twisted as it is sidesplitting… [Belzebubs] weaves slice-of-life drama and mockumentary-style humor into a pentagram of laughs, relatable moments, and a love for black metal.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“This webcomic has become a cult sensation… it’s a silly, Addams Family-esque family comedy with a perfect cartoony style.” — Barnes & Noble (Best of the Month)

“Pure joy… the whole book works as a loving parody of all the idiosyncrasies that make the black-metal scene both wonderful and ridiculous.” — Brett Calwood, LA Weekly (Book of the Week)

Belzebubs strikes that delicate balance between adorable and totally f***ing metal.”—Steven Seigh, Talking Comics

Belzebubs takes the blueprint of the modern nuclear family and gleefully twists it into a counter-culture extravaganza that would make Charles Addams and Al Feldstein grin with delight and throw the horns high… one of the funniest, most instantly relatable and charming books it has been my pleasure to read in many a year.” — Tim Cundle, Mass Movement

“Even if you’re not a black-metal-loving, corpse-paint-wearing kind of goth, this comic is still for you… Of course, if you are full-on goth (corpse paint or no), you will die laughing… I know I did!” — Sheena McNeil, Sequential Tart

“Belzebubs are your favorite cartoon black metal band.” — Kerrang

“They’re like Gorillaz, except cooler and more kvlt.” — Decibel

“While this can be read and enjoyed at face value, it is also an interesting take on the concept of an outsider and sub culture and portrays this as a happy loving family who in their own way are totally well-adjusted.” — House of Prog

“Hilarious, inventive, and original, it’s a hard read to put down… Belzebubs brings a really new viewpoint and take on a genre known for taking itself too seriously.” — Spill Magazine

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