November Volume I : The girl on the roof

November Volume I : The girl on the roof

In this new sequence of three graphic novellas by Matt Fraction and Elsa Charretier, with colors by Matt Hollingsworth and exquisitely crafted lettering by cartoonist Kurt Ankeny, November follows the lives of three women intersecting in a dark criminal underground. As fire and violence tears through their city on a single day and night, they discover their lives are bound together by a mysterious man that seems to be the cause of it all.

One night. One city. Three women. November.

Title:November Volume I : The girl on the roof
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781534313545
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    November Volume I : The girl on the roof Reviews

  • David Schaafsma

    A very elliptical and noirish comics turn for the usually cleverly humorous Matt Fraction, trying his best to channel Frank Miller, with a dash of pomo Matt Kindt thrown in. Very "spare," and short fi...

  • Scott

    3.5 stars"We're all parts of a machine we cannot see. A system. All of us have our function." - the mysterious 'Mister Mann,' page 72I am familiar with writer Matt Fraction from his excellent Hawkeye ...

  • Chad

    I was so disappointed in this. I typically love Fraction's writing but this was incomprehensible. Each issue switches to a different character that doesn't fit together until almost the end of the arc...

  • Artemy

    Fantastic, exquisitely crafted, expertly told story. Fraction channels his best David Lynch here, with a dash of noir storytelling style of Frank Miller and Ed Brubaker. Elsa Charretier's artwork is p...

  • Rod Brown

    A super pilot for a crime thriller. It's twisty and a bit hard to follow, but I love the art, and I'm totally addicted to finding out what happens next.Note to self: Definitely re-read this volume bef...

  • Mindy

    I don’t read a ton of graphic novels so this could be a me problem. The illustrations were awesome. It was the stories that tripped me up. Part of the problem could also be my lack of focus during t...

  • Chad Jordahl

    Sparse writing that leaves a lot of open questions about plot and relationships and motivation. The mysteries are enticing, not cheaply manufactured like narrative mysteries sometimes feel. Loved the ...

  • Alex Sarll

    My normal problem with Matt Fraction books is that they can be so preoccupied with the smart pitch, the cool ideas and the nice moments that they don't quite work as stories. Whereas with this one, I ...

  • Frances

    Beautifully weird little slices of grim life coming together to build the first part of a story....

  • Casey

    I'm generally a huge fan of Matt Fraction's writing, but the style of weaving the story between characters and timelines just makes this a confusing as hell, frustrating read. Maybe when all three vol...