Cleaver Magazine reviews Peeters’ Pachyderme

January 13th, 2014 § 0 comments § permalink

The estimable Brazos Price, Atlanta librarian, has these fine words and more to say about Frederik Peeters’ Pachyderme at Cleaver Magazine:

So, Pachyderme is clearly about one woman coming to grips with her life.  Or it is a Freudian look at the sublimation of desire. Or it is a treatise on post WWII paranoia. Or it is the exorcism of guilt. Really, though, what this comic is about is not important. Pachyderme is dense. It is cinematic. It sticks with you, it makes you think about it long after you’ve read/watched it. You may want to re-read it, to re-interpret it. Perhaps you will even dream on it.

Thank you, Mr. Price!

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