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Limbo Lounge

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Limbo Lounge by Dave Calver
Hardcover $29.99
Feb 06, 2018 | ISBN 9781631409844

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“If you’re looking for something to savor, something that appreciates the odd parts of the world, you’ll want to pick up Limbo Lounge.” – Bleeding Cool

Limbo Lounge is wild!! Great drawings that propel the narrative. It’s a disarming combo of dark and whimsical…Alice through a pane of acid, not glass.”
– Ron Hauge, writer for The SimpsonsSeinfeld, and The Ren and Stimpy Show

This book just blew my mind! Stunning stuff from Dave Calver.”– Harry Bliss, cartoonist for  The New Yorker and “Bliss”

Freaking Amazing!!” – Roz Chast, New Yorker and New York Times-bestselling author

Limbo Lounge is absolutely spectacular – funny and haunting and very touching in all sorts of unexpected ways. Every time I picked a favorite Limbo Lounge resident someone else would captivate me, although I was especially horrified and delighted when the nun made that guy’s head explode through prayer. Dave’s artwork is both stunningly beautiful and viciously mesmerizing; reading Limbo Lounge was dreamlike and upsetting and ultimately gorgeous on so many levels. It’s completely original and people will go crazy for it.” – Paul Rudnick, screenwriter and playwright, Addams Family Values, Jeffrey, The Devil Wears Prada (upcoming Broadway version)


Dave Calver is old school, in that he actually knows how to draw. His work is crystalline perfect. His eye, technique, seriously…his art is what a present day Michelangelo (should he depict the afterlife) would aspire to…
A superb draughtsman, he has now added narrative to his repertoire–and the wonder! The book is mesmerizing, but can’t you just imagine the MOVIE?
I draw, too. I write, as well; but I am cowed. – Wendy Burden, Dead End Gene Pool

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