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Throughout the deepest reaches of space a crew rebuilds beautiful and broken down structures painstakingly putting the past together As new member Mia gets to know her tea. I think this is probably now one of my favourite books ever

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M the story flashes back to her pivotal year in boarding school where she fell in love with a mysterious new student Soon though Mia reveals her true purpose for joining t. Such a delightful and thoughtful read I loved the multiple timelines the way Tillie played with colour to differentiate not just between two timelines but later also to guide the reader through scenarios as the characters split up I was really impressed by how it both feels very cosy whimsical and nostalgic while being full of action drama and intense relationships And it left out just enough of the world building and character backgrounds to keep you wondering I can see how at some points the visualisation could leave people a bit confused but if you stick with the story it all comes together wonderfully This is one that will stay with me for a long ti

Tillie Walden à 9 REVIEW

Heir ship to track down her long lost loveAn inventive world a breathtaking love story and stunning art come together in this new work by award winning artist Tillie Walde. 35 stars This graphic novel was gorgeously illustrated with some lovely art of space that I just had to take a bunch of pictures of I liked the ff romance aspect of it and the way it was portrayed but I felt I couldn t really get attached to the characters very much and the plot wasn t the most original Would recommend picking this up though

  • Paperback
  • 533
  • On A Sunbeam A Webcomic
  • Tillie Walden
  • English
  • 15 October 2018
  • 9781250178138

About the Author: Tillie Walden

Tillie Walden is a cartoonist and illustrator from Austin Texas Born in 1996 she is a recent graduate from the Center for Cartoon Studies a comics school in Vermont Over the course of her time at CCS she published three books with the London based Avery Hill Publishing She has already received an Eisner Award nomination and two Ignatz Awards for her early works When she is not drawing comic



10 thoughts on “On A Sunbeam A Webcomic

  1. says:

    I think this is probably now one of my favourite books ever

  2. says:

    Read here Preferably at 2am while curled up under blanket and contemplating existence I read that chapter you showed me Abo

  3. says:

    This is the most expansive uniue deeply emotional story I’ve read in a long time It has humor and passion and love and family and the dedication to tell a story the right way with the most beautiful images It’s also my new favorite graphic novel of all time

  4. says:

    I still sueal with glee whenever I think about this book Honestly On A Sunbeam by the immensely talented Tillie Walden is such a balm for my soul and I’ve returned to it many times when I needed something to cheer me up Set in a non specific future one far enough in the future where human civilizations have come and gone across it’s galaxy leaving long lost secrets the book intertwines a present narrative of a building restoration cr

  5. says:

    Such a delightful and thoughtful read I loved the multiple timelines the way Tillie played with colour to differentiate not just between two timelines but later also to guide the reader through scenarios as the characters split up I was really impressed by how it both feels very cosy whimsical and nostalgic while being full of action drama and intense relationships And it left out just enough of the world build

  6. says:

    122118 Just to say that thought I read this for a long time in web comic format I recommend the recently published paperback version I just got from the library Some observations I bet the visual tone of it is much darker

  7. says:

    Absolutely stunning

  8. says:

    From the author of Spinning which I loved This is a story set in space in what feels like the future Lots of imagination on display here with great new things I love the spaceship which looks like a flying fish I did have issue with this story To me the girls looked similar for the most part and I couldn't keep up who w

  9. says:

    35 stars This graphic novel was gorgeously illustrated with some lovely art of space that I just had to take a bunch of pictures of I liked the ff romance aspect of it and the way it was portrayed but I felt I couldn’t really get attached to the characters very much and the plot wasn’t the most original Would recommend picking this up though

  10. says:

    Nice art and good character developmentI liked the first half which is two stories five years apart connected b

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