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Patrick Lohier,
“The coloring is vivid and captivating, and Burns has written a deeply rewarding, albeit heart-wrenching conclusion.”

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The long, strange trip that began in X'ed Out and continued in The Hive reaches its mind-bending, heartbreaking end, but not before Doug is forced to deal with the lie he's been telling himself since the beginning. In this concluding volume, nightmarish dreams evolve into an even more dreadful reality...

(With full-color illustrations throughout.)

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HASH(0x9a5af360) étoiles sur 5 Sad and haunting conclusion to the trilogy 18 septembre 2014
Par Matthew Snope - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
A tragic and sad conclusion to the trilogy that began w/ X'ed Out and continued into The Hive. Burns is such a good artist, writer, and storyteller. This third book clearly shows what was going on in the first two books, and the result is rather haunting. Personally, I like Black Hole better, but I'm glad overall I read this trilogy, and I liked its mix of Burroughsian vaguely Arabic wasteland, punk culture, and compassionate contemporary tragedy. The main character is kind of an annoying emo wimp, but he's also complex and relatable. Wonderfully colored and the books are bound nicely. Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x9a5adeac) étoiles sur 5 Great ending to a wild ride 17 septembre 2014
Par Steven Platt - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I had been looking forward to this for a while and it definitely lived up to my expectations. Anyone who has been following the series should know by now just what they are in for.
Burns does a great job at continuing the mood that he had set in the previous books, yet gives us an extra helping of the grotesque. I also felt this book had much more emotional pull to it, obviously due to the story winding down to its tragic ending. While the last two books swept us up in a whirlwind of ideas and images and nightmares all seemingly discombobulated, here Burns has masterfully brought all those concepts together. As we link the new images with the previous ones, timelines become present and the big picture becomes clear.
The inevitable demise of our anti-hero has more of a psychological weight to it than a physical one. I was happily surprised by the climax, it was a better ending than I anticipated and brought up some issues of morality now that we could see the true character of the protagonist.
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HASH(0x9a98dbd0) étoiles sur 5 Great wrap-up to trilogy! 23 septembre 2014
Par R. Jacobi - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
More greatness from Charles Burns. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll hurl. Buy it.

You should read/revisit the first two books before reading this one. And when you're done with this one, you may just want to read all three again, because it's not clear exactly what's going on in much of the story, until you get to the end. Then, it makes sense. You'll realize who "the real Doug" is.
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HASH(0x9a7ca8ac) étoiles sur 5 Sugar Skull 5 janvier 2015
Par TorridlyBoredShopper - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Charles Burns has always been two things to me. First, he has always been interesting, keeping me on the hook with writing that entertains and sometimes challenges, accenting sometimes-complicated storylines with amazingly stylized artwork and complex characterizations. Take Black Hole, arguably his best (and at least his most well-known) work, for example. In it, Burns takes a look at STDs and the awkwardness of being young, transforming what could be likened to a public safety announcement in many ways and making it into something tragically amazing. Second, Burns has always been less-than-prompt and always keeps you waiting - and waiting - and waiting. I recall when Black Hole was coming out in comic form and how some issues would be delayed for almost a year. This trilogy has been something like that, with dates being delayed and keeping readers on the hook for a long time.

So, was it worth it?
I resoundingly thought so.

With Sugar Skull and this story as a whole, I was not sure how things would turn out and ultimately did not know what I wanted to happen. I tried to avoid anyone talking about it because the other books left me actually looking forward to this, and I was glad I did because spoiler reviews seem to shortchange the experience. Throughout this series, Burns does a nice job making me feel sorry for someone I normally would not, transforming what was ultimately a Hipster's lifestyle into something interesting. He does it with little things like the photographs and his musical additions, through the more outlandish "dream" sequences, through snippets of a relationship, and by adding specific moods. I always liked that about Burns; he can take something minimal and make you examine it until you feel. I also liked that he took the main character and made things about him questionable - for the longest time I wanted to see him as a victim but life is much more complex than that. That is vague, too, I know, I just do not want to ruin anything.

If you have not read the first two books, do NOT read these out-of-order. They are smaller books you will complete quickly enough, books I was honestly surprised to see in hardback form, and ones I have returned to more than a few times. Even if you have them, reread the series before Sugar Skulls.

I am glad I read this. 5/5
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HASH(0x9a9012ac) étoiles sur 5 A Must Buy for Readers of X'ed Out and The Hive! 5 octobre 2014
Par devidasi - Publié sur
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I first heard about Charles Burns in a comic book anthology collecting the best comics of 2012. It was a few pages from X'ed Out. It was Burns' stark, graphic, stylized, high-contrast artwork that lured me into his world. Just based on his artwork I went out and ordered X'ed Out and The Hive. I was delightfully surprised that his mastery of storytelling matched his mastery of illustration.

Sugar Skull wraps up this three-book series in a very satisfying way. The people that are saying the conclusion of the story is boring or lame or "meh" (or whatever they're saying) must not have understood it. The story is obviously high on symbolism and metaphor as half of it takes place in the mind of the main character. I must say though I was left scratching my head a bit at the last few pages, as I couldn't quite grasp what the symbolism meant. Perhaps going back and re-reading the first two books would help.

Anyway, if you have already been following the story then you're more than likely not going to be on the fence about whether or not to pick up "Sugar Skull". You'll want to get it just to see how the story ends. If for some reason you're undecided about getting the book or not I can say: GET IT! The quality of the printing, the quality of the artwork and the quality of the story all add up to make this a must get book to complete the trilogy.
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