"Vividly brilliant, some of the best works of indie-comics Britain."
(Warren Ellis, Transmetropolitan
"Warren Pleece at his finest. It's stuff like this that made me want to work with him in the first place."
(Ed Brubaker, Criminal
"Gary's expertly sly dialogue and Warren's sleazy line lurch from the same dubious alleyway, promising illicit delights that not even twenty Silk Cut and a bottle of Buckfast can match. Nobody dies it better than these two. Right, there you go, lads - that'll be a pint."
(Garth Ennis, Preacher
"Their stories are splashed across eras, yet almost all feature someone dissatisfied with their lot, be it a pirate trapped in the clichés of his trade, or an old man sitting on a train regretting the turning point of his life. . . a prescription for experiencing life beyond the computer and drawing board."
(Frank Plowright, 1001 Comics You Must Read Before You Die
Where dreams blow away with the chip-paper on the wind...
In the lowering gloom of a seedy British resort a poignant, scowling cast of lost souls long for a place to call home---and it looks like it's about to rain.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Warren and Gary Pleece are brothers from Brighton, who at an early age were very much younger than they are today. A life-long joy in creating comics, where Gary writes, and Warren draws the pictures has continued to this day. Other works include:Montague Terrace
and Warren has created many graphic novels including Life Sucks
with Jessica Abel & Gabriel Soria, and Incognegro
, with Mat Johnson. They beg you to buy this book, otherwise you may never appreciate its dark charm and characteristic inky noir.