Out of all of Chris Ware’s incredible body of work over the years, this opening five page sequence from “Jordan Lint” (Acme Novelty Library #20), which visually depicts early child development, stands out as one of his very best. Published by Drawn and Quarterly, November 2010.

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    I love Chris Ware’s work. So damn good!
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