A visual riddle or rather a sudoku in a comic form? It's up to you, the reader, to decide. Follow closely the hints presented in this story to find out who filched the book from the library and killed the detective.
'"Babel" is aptly named considering the artist's fascination with language and meaning and the tower-like structures being played with, be them houses, libraries, or even arrangements in Mother Nature. I enjoyed the abstract representation of the books in particular, where a simple off-kilter line of color is meant to represent a leaning book, in succession with its shelved neighbors. The characters communicate in pictograph emoji-speak, as a mystery unfolds regarding a missing book.' - Thirteen Minutes
A6, 28 pages, saddle stitch binding, full-color throughout.