- After Casanova Quinn disappears, a time-traveller shows up demanding to know when he is.
- Apparently, if Cass can’t be found, all of reality will die.
- But with one Quinn missing, another shows up—his sister Zephyr, who is less dead than everyone thought.
- And she’s trying to make their father MORE dead.
- “Gula” continues with the madcap, spy-fi shenanigans of Casanova’s first; it’s more linear than “Luxuria” was, which helps keep its narrative—with a larger cast of characters—snappy and clear.
- Moon and Peter’s art plays up the books pulpier, more grotesque tendencies.
I continue to enjoy Casanova. If you’re into books like Umbrella Academy or DC’s Young Animal imprint, you should check it out. Just start at the beginning.
- Casanova, Vol. 2: Gula (#1-4)
Writer: Matt Fraction | Artist: Fábio Moon | Colorist: Cris Peter | Letters: Dustin Harbin