Writer/Artist: Mathieu Bablet
The world has ended. Dust covers everything, and there are no survivors around. The last man on Earth wanders an empty city, reminiscing on the past, and wondering what happens next, if anything.
The Beautiful Death really manages to live up to its name. The artwork in this comic is breathtaking at times, creating a world that feels lonely and haunted. Days and nights go by, nothing changing, not even the dust. Little details manage to complete this empty shell of a city. Rusted signs and advertisements, laundry left out to dry, now coated in dust, footsteps that might be signs of other survivors, or just the last man of Earth’s own footsteps of days before.
The narration is lyric, almost poetic, and never overwhelms the aesthetics gi...Read More