Bunn, Lee and Kindt have made a fictional forgotten classic come alive with their expansive attention and dedication. The writing appears elegant and effortless, and the art follows suit. Kindt's arrangements and layouts are razor-precise, as there's never a question of what is being read. The novel doesn't ever feel knowing or smarmy. The material it relies on is admonished with just enough meter to avoid accusations of slavish devotion. This book is a jaw-dropping masterpiece, and not just because its title character is a giant fucking tooth. Read Full Review
This book has a solid plot that's shadowed with some silly humor. It managed to capture my attention in a manner that was quite unexpected, and I'm now sad that there isn't any more. So long as you don't take it too seriously, The Tooth is an entertaining read. Nowhere else are you going to hear about bicuspids and incisors leaping from a man's mouth to rip people apart and wreak havoc on a general area. Read Full Review
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