<DIV>"David B. understands that subconsciously we search books for magics that will help us avoid being confronted by our own mortality, and he has made this the conscious subject of <EM>Incidents in the Night</EM>. Other writers have done this, but few have done it so well. David B. does it both with words and images, and does it marvelously and with great impact.”—Brian Evenson, author of <EM>Open Curtain</EM>, <EM>Last Days</EM>, <EM>Windeye</EM><BR><BR><EM>Incidents In The Night</EM>: a 19th Century journal founded by the mysterious Émile Travers, a mad fanatical Bonapartist turned editor. When David B. stumbles on copies of this mysterious publication, it sets him on an obsessive quest through obscure Parisian book shops. Dusty shelves and overflowing stacks become vast uncharted territories and sites of archaeological digs through layers of myth, fact and fiction. On the trail of the elusive Travers, David B. encounters eccentric shop owners, discovers occult conspiracies, excavates forgotten gods and tangles with the Angel of Death. <EM>Incidents In The Night</EM> is a labyrinthine meditation on the nature of literature and comics, exquisitely translated by Brian and Sarah Evenson.<BR><BR>David B. is considered to be one of France’s greatest modern cartoonists. He is the creator of <EM>Epileptic</EM>, <EM>The Armed Garden</EM>, <EM>Black Paths</EM>, and many other acclaimed graphic novels. He also co-founded the legendary L’Association. He lives in Italy.</DIV> - (Perseus Publishing)

<div>"David B. understands that subconsciously we search books for magics that will help us avoid being confronted by our own mortality, and he has made this the conscious subject of <I>Incidents in the Night</I>. Other writers have done this, but few have done it so well. David B. does it both with words and images, and does it marvelously and with great impact.”?Brian Evenson, author of <I>Open Curtain</I>, <I>Last Days</I>, <I>Windeye</I><BR><BR><I>Incidents In The Night</I>: a 19th Century journal founded by the mysterious Émile Travers, a mad fanatical Bonapartist turned editor. When David B. stumbles on copies of this mysterious publication, it sets him on an obsessive quest through obscure Parisian book shops. Dusty shelves and overflowing stacks become vast uncharted territories and sites of archaeological digs through layers of myth, fact and fiction. On the trail of the elusive Travers, David B. encounters eccentric shop owners, discovers occult conspiracies, excavates forgotten gods and tangles with the Angel of Death. <I>Incidents In The Night</I> is a labyrinthine meditation on the nature of literature and comics, exquisitely translated by Brian and Sarah Evenson.<BR><BR>David B. is considered to be one of France’s greatest modern cartoonists. He is the creator of <I>Epileptic</I>, <I>The Armed Garden</I>, <I>Black Paths</I>, and many other acclaimed graphic novels. He also co-founded the legendary L’Association. He lives in Italy.</div> - (Perseus Publishing)