Happiness Will Follow OGN
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Happiness Will Follow OGN

Writer: Mike Hawthorne Artist: Mike Hawthorne Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: August 12, 2020 Cover Price: $24.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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* For the first time ever, Eisner Award-nominated artist Mike Hawthorne (Superior Spider-Man) tells the true and tragic story of enduring abuse, discovering a love of art and a passion that helped him  to build the home he never had in this graphic novel memoir about family, survival, and what it means to be Puerto Rican in America.
* Mike Hawthorne's mother is left alone to raise her son in New York City, a city that torments them both with its unforgiving nature. But when Mike falls victim to an old world Santeria death curse, a haunting sign from the old country of something his mother could never truly escape-she begins a s more

  • 10
    Comic Crusaders - Johnny "The Machine" Hughes Aug 12, 2020

    This book may not seem to have relevance to a lot of readers; after all I am a white guy in the UK. However, the book stands well as a snapshot of a life that was a battle. Societal elements may have changed, though I would imagine that there is a lot of parallels from Happiness Will Follow to the situations that a lot of people are dealing with today. Therefore, this is an important book to read to help those who may be losing their faith, their belief that their own Happiness Will Follow. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    GWW - Martin Yap Sep 2, 2020

    Above all technical and narrative tools it uses to tell a simple yet emotionally complex story, and beyond whatever literary or dramatic achievements it might accomplish, Happiness Will Follow made me feel something immeasurable by objective standards. It made me want to hug my mom, tell her I love her, and feel grateful that she's still with me. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    GWW - Martin Yap Sep 2, 2020

    Above all technical and narrative tools it uses to tell a simple yet emotionally complex story, and beyond whatever literary or dramatic achievements it might accomplish, Happiness Will Follow made me feel something immeasurable by objective standards. It made me want to hug my mom, tell her I love her, and feel grateful that she's still with me. Read Full Review

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