MBR: The Legacy

by Jeff

MBR: The Comix/Graphic Novel Shelf

mar100912 MBR: The LegacyThe Legacy
Andrew McGinn & David Neitzke
DragonFish Comics/Gauthier Publications
Box 806241, Saint Clair Shores, MI 48080
9780982081266, $10.95, www.amazon.com

The collaborative work of author Andrew McGinn and illustrator David Neitzke, “The Legacy” is the story of a young man of artistic talent being saddled with the unwanted responsibility of continuing his successful cartoonist father’s newspaper comic strip, thwarting his own ambitions of being a graphic novelist. A rollicking good read from beginning to end, “The Legacy” is thoroughly entertaining and carries an all to familiar message of what happens when parental expectations are foisted upon a most reluctant ‘next generation’. Highly recommended for both personal and community library graphic novel collections, “The Legacy” is witty, poignant, and a terrific read!

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