Whilst doing some Twitter lurking this evening I came across a tweet from Tom Spurgeon over at Comics Reporter, commenting on how he was surprised a piece of work hadn’t been picked up by one of the majors. I clicked through and he’s so right.
No One Is Safe is an incredible piece of work by Katherine Wirick, documenting a piece of her father’s life. Originally created as something for public display, it’s had a limited print run direct Wirick. Seems to me it deserves a hell of a bigger run that that.
Have a look for yourself – do you agree?