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Cigar at No.1 - thank you very, very much Creative Bloq!

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Cigar at No.1 - thank you very, very much Creative Bloq!

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I had some issues with David Camus’ writing on The Cigar That Fell In Love With A Pipe, but Nick Abadzis’ artwork is quite stunning. And then this wordless sequence (only partially shown) at the end really knocked my socks off.

-Gabby Gamboa

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Orson’s palace - OUT NOW! Available at all good book depositories: THE CIGAR THAT FELL IN LOVE WITH A PIPE.
"An unlikely fairy tale… Abadzis’s drawings are voluptuous and comical, and Camus combines speech bubble wit with the narrative solemnity of a fable. [Orson] Welles, you feel certain, would have loved it.”
TheGuardian.com
"Like a fine cigar - rich, heady and ultimately irresistible"
- The New Statesman
"A triumph… psychological magic realism with poetic grace as well as an unflagging earthiness… Some of the images in the book will remain in your imagination, perhaps forever."
- Bleeding Cool
“The Cigar That Fell in Love With a Pipe is a highly entertaining read. Armed with a bitter-sweet ending, it’s a tale with enough dramatic punch and humour to fully justify multiple readings.”

- A Place to Hang Your Cape

Orson’s palace - OUT NOW! Available at all good book depositories: THE CIGAR THAT FELL IN LOVE WITH A PIPE.

"An unlikely fairy tale… Abadzis’s drawings are voluptuous and comical, and Camus combines speech bubble wit with the narrative solemnity of a fable. [Orson] Welles, you feel certain, would have loved it.”

TheGuardian.com

"Like a fine cigar - rich, heady and ultimately irresistible"

- The New Statesman

"A triumph… psychological magic realism with poetic grace as well as an unflagging earthiness… Some of the images in the book will remain in your imagination, perhaps forever."

- Bleeding Cool

The Cigar That Fell in Love With a Pipe is a highly entertaining read. Armed with a bitter-sweet ending, it’s a tale with enough dramatic punch and humour to fully justify multiple readings.”

- A Place to Hang Your Cape

Review of The Cigar That Fell in Love With a Pipe from The New Statesman 20-26 June 2014 #newstatesman “Gorgeous, fanciful… Rich, heady and ultimately irresistible.”

Review of The Cigar That Fell in Love With a Pipe from The New Statesman 20-26 June 2014 #newstatesman “Gorgeous, fanciful… Rich, heady and ultimately irresistible.”

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Just four of the many permutations of the cover design that were tried…

Just four of the many permutations of the cover design that were tried…

(via The Cigar That Fell in Love With a Pipe review – David Camus and Nick Abadzis revisit Welles and Hayworth | Books | The Observer)

Rachel Cooke’s review of The Cigar That Fell in Love With a Pipe on Guardian.com - The Observer’s Graphic Novel of the month. Click pic for link.

(via The Cigar That Fell in Love With a Pipe review – David Camus and Nick Abadzis revisit Welles and Hayworth | Books | The Observer)

Rachel Cooke’s review of The Cigar That Fell in Love With a Pipe on Guardian.com - The Observer’s Graphic Novel of the month. Click pic for link.