Pantomime #1
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Pantomime #1

Writer: Christopher Sebela Artist: David Stoll Publisher: Mad Cave Studios Release Date: November 4, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Haley and her brother, Max, are alone after their mother's death and are sent to Wayfair Academy, a special needs boarding school. Eventually, they find family amongst other deaf children. One night the group decides to dip their toes into crime... the thrill is too much to leave behind. They soon find out that stealing from the wrong person, has its consequences. With no one to turn to but each other, they must make a choice, one where no one comes out the same.

  • 10
    Pastrami Nation - Rebecca Benson Sep 15, 2020

    I am awed and amazed byPantomime! As aforementioned, I was slightly skeptical at how a reader would be able to read American Sign Language. However,Pantomimedelivers! This comic permeates into both the hearing and D/deaf worlds. Neither community is left out"which also appears as one of the many themes inPantomime. The same goes for readers; one does not need to know ASL to enjoy this comic! Teen to adult readers are in for great pleasure in reading this one! Read Full Review

  • 10
    AIPT - Arbaz M. Khan Nov 2, 2020

    In its first issue, Pantomime shows offhow it can depict such a unique perspective of life such as from those who are hearing impaired. It's a unique reading experience that really embraces the unique aspects of the comics art form. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - AJ O. Mason Nov 10, 2020

    Pantomime #1 is a perfect example of why representation matters. Highly recommended to anyone interested in viewing the world through a fresh, different lens. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bookcase - Larry Jorash Oct 13, 2020

    Representation matters and the deaf community is often forgotten in comics. Sebela has crafted a wonderful story about a group of misunderstood youths forming an unconventional family. The color work is extraordinary and vibrant, resulting in a great read for anyone who knows what its like to be lonely. Read Full Review

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