More Praise for Dear Creature

Here are a few of the recent reviews popping up for Dear Creature.

“…Jonathan Case’s first book, Dear Creature, (is) a graphic novel about a sea mutant with the soul of a poet in search of true love that is unlike anything I have ever read – and probably ever will.

I loved this book, especially the ending. Stylistically, it brought me right back to the days of my youth when I used to love watching B-horror movies like Attack of the 50-Foot Woman and The Blob – except in this story, the monster doesn’t eat the girl, he gets the girl! Dear Creature was a fabulous read that gives all of the human monsters out there (myself included) hope that even in a world obsessed with superficiality, anyone can find true love, even if you’re a radioactive sea mutant…”

—Paul Goat Allen, B&N Book Club

“Dear Creature is easily one of the best books I’ve read this year.”

—James Ferguson, Horrortalk

“By combining excellent character development with superlative dialog, and a heartfelt emotional arc, Case has written one of the best novels I have read in years. And yes, that is novels as opposed to graphic novels.

And I think that it should be on everybody’s short-list for the Eisner award.”

—Chris Modzelewski, The King of Elfland’s 2nd Cousin

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