B&N Review: Ward Sutton’s Illustrated Look at Inherent Vice

Jeff VanderMeer • September 7th, 2009 @ 9:18 am • Book Reviews

I don’t know if the Barnes & Noble Review is getting its due, but it deserves your consideration (readers, I’m curious: do you regularly check out the B&N Review?). They’ve been publishing some first-rate reviews and commentary on books. The latest piece to catch my eye is Ward Sutton’s comics-version review of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice. It’s lovely stuff, with colors that burst off of the page. Check it out.

2 Responses to “B&N Review: Ward Sutton’s Illustrated Look at Inherent Vice”

  1. AndyHat says:

    I hadn’t been reading the B&N Review regularly, as it didn’t have RSS feeds back when it launched. But I see that they’ve now added feeds, so now I can start reading it regularly.

  2. A Truly Colorful Inherent Vice Review | The Pandemonium Of The Sun says:

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