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Epileptic - David B.

A detailed report of the childhood experiences, and fantasies, and dreams, of David B., centred around his older brother's epilepsy and the ways in which it drove his family into an astonishing range of weird cults and cures.  It's all kind of unsettling, albeit in a fascinating way.  David B. gives equal space to what actually happened and what kind of fantasies he surrounded it with, in his mind and on paper.  The drawings are dark and brooding and very elegant--a beautiful vision of some ugly things happening.