It Will All Hurt

It Will All Hurt

A weird, sad, silly, sketchy, and dreamy watercolor fantasy action quest in which Alemendra Clementine and her crew of anti-social adventurers all come together on a psych-apocalyptic world to take down an evil wizard.

This Eisner Award-nominated webcomic began as a loose stream of consciousness exercise and exploration of the comic book medium and takes place in the same world as FAREL DALRYMPLE's The Wrenchies.

Collects all 6 chapters of the webcomic and the original 3 issues of the Studygroup/Press Gang/Alternative comic series.

Title:It Will All Hurt
ISBN:9781534306721
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    It Will All Hurt Reviews

  • Rod Brown

    I keep picking up Farel Dalrymple books because of the artwork, but then I read the words - the ones I can make out through the godawful lettering - and all I can think is, "What the hell?"A seemingly...

  • Jeffrey

    I think Farel is the true heir to Moebius and all his sci-fi/fantasy weirdness. Always beautifully drawn and fascinatingly random. ...

  • Mark

    Gave up after a day. Not really into it; doesn't work as storytelling for me....

  • Kris Sellgren

    It all starts with a were-squirrel. Later, there is a robot, a magic cat, and various weird people who might be human. There are lots of flies, some bees, and an evil sorcerer. I found this graphic no...

  • Nate

    Beautiful and weird, but a complete mess. ...

  • Murphy

    Reading this comic felt as if I was having a dream so close to consciousness that I could revisit it just by closing my eyes and beginning to imagine this mysterious world's endless landscape as I fel...

  • Angie

    Storywise this is a 1 star book, it had no cohesive plot. I think that was intended but it's just not something I enjoy. Dalrymple is a fantastic artist though and I'll be keeping this book for that r...

  • Dan

    Interesting art but no point to it. Story seemed meaningless...really no story at all. Just art....

  • SuperSillySerra

    It will all make sense.... So long as you are familar with Dalrymples other works. A evil red wizard is taking over the world, a few lost kids are the only ones who can stop him. Ive been trying to p...

  • Lasette

    There was something about this that felt pretentious to me; like it was trying too hard to be avant-garde. Was the author trying to impress me? Existential robots and narrator cats that only speak in ...