For a large part of this book, I had very little idea what was going on. That's not a criticism, it's all part of what makes this a creepy masterpiece. It's really well written - you hear the main character's London accent clearly in your head, not because of any awkward-looking attempt to write it phonectically; but just because the phrasing feels so authentic and natural. The art perfectly complements the surreal and eerie plot; somehow looking cartoonish and yet grimly bleak at the same time.
One of the most enjoyable comics I've read in a while.
[5 of 5 Stars!]