Calling Cryptozoa a graphic novel is only relevant by virtue of the fact that it’s certainly graphical and definitely novel. Its 160 pages are made up of single panel captioned illustrations, each one telling a mini-story – a slightly surreal insight into a person’s mind, which ask as many questions as they answer. Like any great single-panel cartoonists, you could consume these one panel at a time, or sit down and read its entirety in a single sitting, though we offer no guarantee that your mind will come out unaltered if you read too many of these imaginative, brain-twisting cartoons in on go.

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