By Steven T. Seagle
From Maus and American elegance to Persepolis and Blankets, image novels have emerged as a necessary discussion board for memoirs and semi-autobiographical stories. IT’S A chook. . . written through Steven T. Seagle (Vertical; Sandman: secret Theater) with painted artwork by way of ecu artist Teddy Kristiansen (House of secrets and techniques) is a private tale information one writer’s try and locate his lacking father, come to phrases along with his family’s legacy of Huntington’s disorder, reconcile along with his female friend, and stave off writer’s block. If that appears like a task for Superman, good, that’s the matter. The semi-autobiographical Steve Seagle of IT’S A chicken. . . can be celebrating. He’s been provided a plum project: the chance to put in writing the continuing Superman comedian e-book. but if his father disappears, Steve is faced by way of his family’s heritage of Huntington’s and the prospect that he and his father may need the disorder. he's desirous to tune down his father and desires to provide an explanation for to his female friend why he should be reluctant to have young ones. the very last thing that he has time for is to place jointly a suggestion for Superman, yet his editor retains calling and desires a solution: can he, will he, write Superman?