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Graphic Novels
  • Author:
    Craig Thompson
  • ISBN:
    0613536827
  • ISBN13:
    978-0613536820
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  • Publisher:
    Bt Bound (December 2003)
  • Subcategory:
    Graphic Novels
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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Good-bye, Chunky Rice is a 1999 graphic novel about friendship written by Craig Thompson. It was originally published by Top Shelf Productions. Good-bye, Chunky Rice was originally published by Top Shelf Productions. It would be re-released in a new.

Good-bye, Chunky Rice is a 1999 graphic novel about friendship written by Craig Thompson. It would be re-released in a new format by Pantheon Books in May 2006. Before this, the graphic novel had six printings with Top Shelf.

Good-Bye Chunky Rice, it's hard to explain this sort of a graphic novel. The characters are adorable but also very real, the story is absolutely captivating, and the characters, for the very little time they appear, have intensely developed personalities

Good-Bye Chunky Rice, it's hard to explain this sort of a graphic novel. The characters are adorable but also very real, the story is absolutely captivating, and the characters, for the very little time they appear, have intensely developed personalities. Don't let the cartoonish style fool you, either: Thompson brilliantly fills each page with great detail, and the style is very easy to grasp and very easy to appreciate.

Good-Bye, Chunky Rice book. Good-Bye, Chunky Rice, was written in the year 1999 as the first work of Craig Thompson which won him the Harvey Award for Best New Talent. This here be the first ever graphical novel book by Craig. I read the last page and sat for a long time contemplating the transience of all. Friendship bonds that develop overtime, only to be torn apart due to circumstances.

Good-Bye, Chunky Rice. James Kochalka and Craig Thompson - two of our best cartoonists - go head-to-head in this free-wheeling nt, discussing art and religion, confronting each other and playfully confronting God in one of the best comics "jams" ever set t. Bizarro World.

This stunning book-length debut is a quiet picture novella of a small turtle, Chunky Rice, leaving his home and his mouse friend, Dandel. A Dr. Seussian cast of colorful characters and lush cartoon-y brushwork shape this into a charming, profound tale of loneliness, loss, and undying friendship. Издание: 4th. Издательство: Top Shelf Productions.

Good-bye, Chunky Rice is an absolutely essential tome for every graphic novel reader. A quite picture novella of a journey to find one's self, and the deeper meaning of life. TPB. Please do NOT spoil content of NEXT issues.

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This here be the first ever graphical novel book by Craig Thompson. It was winnning a Harvey Award, no less. This stunning book-length debut is a quiet picture novella of a small turtle, Chunky Rice, leaving his home and his mouse friend, Dandel.


SARAND
A tale of whimsy and sadness, I really enjoyed it. Craig Thompson is a formidable talent in the world of graphic novels and this early work displays the elegant brushwork and intricate patterns that will suffuse his later work. The story which appears somewhat twee at first is actually surprisingly touching and nostalgic.
the monster
Goodbye Chucky Rice is the debut graphic novel of Craig Thompson best known for Blankets.This work is marked by the sweetness of Chucky Rice a turtleboy and hus mouse friend Dardel. For some reason never explained Chucky must leave to go to another vcity and Dardel cannot follow.This lack of explanation creates a sense of mystery which is powerful but also feels contrived Chuckys adventures on the boat and his emotions and Dardels as well as the emotions of a man who also is dealing with loss are handled in a thoughtful manner but the book is too slim to merit five stars but it points towards Blankets which is a masterpiece of graphic novel literature
Arcanefire
Short and sweet, this was fun to read. It was thoughtfully crafted and the characters lovable, though I'll have to read it again because I felt like perhaps I was missing bits here and there. I can't compare it on the same level as Blankets and Habibi, but then I think it has quite a different style and purpose than those books so maybe I shouldn't anyway :)
Gindian
Good-Bye Chunky Rice, it's hard to explain this sort of a graphic novel. The characters are adorable but also very real, the story is absolutely captivating, and the characters, for the very little time they appear, have intensely developed personalities. Don't let the cartoonish style fool you, either: Thompson brilliantly fills each page with great detail, and the style is very easy to grasp and very easy to appreciate.

I don't feel saying too much, as I worry I'll give too much away, but what you must essentially know is that the story deals with home, companionship, loss, and moving on. It follows several intertwined stories that dance elegantly around the theme of leaving someone behind, and each reading provides newfound appreciation and thought. I almost gave this book 3 stars, having read it once, but upon trying again today I was swept away by everything that I managed to miss. It's a tragedy this book isn't as esteemed as "Blankets," for it is at least on equal footing. I find it better.

I'm afraid there's not much more to say without giving away too much. Just go ahead and read it.
Ballalune
Poignant, touching and at times brutal. This is a lovely piece of graphic literature. All ages can read it, but it is not written for children. If you have ever experienced separation anxiety or found yourself in ridiculous circumstances of your creation, you will understand the currents swirling beneath the surface of the drawings in this book.
Jorius
I have become a big fan of Craig Thompson, but I think I read his books in the wrong order. I started with his Carnet De Voyage (Travel Journal), which is his most recent work. That got me interested in the book for which he was on tour, Blankets. As a newbie to graphic novels, I was completely blown away by Blankets which is more of a memoir than novel. So I felt compelled to get Good-bye, Chunky Rice, Mr. Thompson's first book. The characters, the writing, and the visual style are good, but not nearly as interesting to me as the other two books.
Kann
It's been a while since I read this, but it still echoes in my memory as such an amazing, deceptively simple tale of crossing paths and lonely hearts. Chunky Rice, our turtle hero, is dealing with the longing for the unknown and the pain of leaving the life that is familiar but not satisfying some deep need.

It says so much with so little, and expresses some of the subtle agony of life so beautifully.
Love Craig Thompson, but aside from the drawing (Craig is a fabulous artist), the story just didn't do anything for me.