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Mother Nature by Jamie Lee Curtis and Russell Goldman
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Mother Nature by Jamie Lee Curtis and Russell Goldman
Hardcover $29.99
Aug 08, 2023 | ISBN 9781787739130

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“An environmental horror story with ambitions as vast as the Southwestern sky…fans of thoughtful, character-driven horror will find plenty to dig into.” Publishers Weekly

“gorgeous photorealistic watercolor illustrations” Library Journal

“Jamie Lee Curtis is breaking new boundaries with [Mother Nature]” SFX

“The story offers up an incredibly strong cast of female characters, who must dodge nature’s deadly manifestations, including wrathful spirits, lethal hailstones, and killer tumbleweeds.” Rue Morgue Magazine

“Striking visuals.” Total Film

“…the breakout star is Stevens’ exquisite watercolor artwork.” The Revelator

“Stevens’s use of color, his extraordinary precision of touch, and his ability to move between the hyper-real and the monstrous and otherworldly brings Curtis’s story about the natural world, what we extract from it, and what we leave behind, to rich and gripping life.” Boston Globe

“It’s packed with suspense, action, and some pretty horrific scenes that were not only engrossing, but beautifully shown in the incredible artwork throughout the book, which aids in the storytelling perfectly.” Mark reads Books

“…a new blood-blood soaked graphic novel…”

“Mother Nature is a violently urgent comic.” Comic Book Couples Counseling

“…a humane story, sprinkled with truly horrific elements.” Bloody Flicks

“The comic is beautifully illustrated by Karl Stevens, who uses a painterly style to create a sense of dread and foreboding.” Geek Native

“Highly recommend this incredibly important book.” Temple of Geek

“The story uses bloody violence typical of the horror genre to engage readers who might otherwise be apathetic about the environment.” The Economist

“Curtis, Goldman, and Stevens never lose sight of its genre core, relishing in gory, creative deaths.” Bloody Disgusting

“The beauty of the comic is thanks in no small measure to the artistry of Karl Stevens’s visual storytelling.” The Comics Journal

“I often felt like I was watching a movie unfold before my eyes.” Vegansuperkick

“It’s an eco horror packed with stunning visuals, sharp writing and thought provoking commentary about the impact of humans on nature.” YAundermyskin

“Turning our attention to the visual feast that Mother Nature presents, Karl Stevens’ artistic prowess explodes on every page.” Blake’s Buzz

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