May 2011: GARDEN

February 2nd, 2011 by Dan Nadel

I’m thrilled to finally announce that Yuichi Yokoyama’s 320-page graphic novel, Garden, will be released in May from PictureBox.

A group of friends is attempting to enter a garden just beyond a wall. When they succeed, the garden they finally enter is no Eden, but rather a massive landscape of machines, geometric forms and all manner of nonorganic objects. In Japanese comic-book artist Yuichi Yokoyama’s newest and longest work, his characters become enmeshed in a fantastic wonderland of distorted mirrors, photographic equipment, massive libraries and complex pathways. To his signature vivid visual style, Yokoyama has added more dialogue than in past works, fleshing out the characters and allowing them equal billing with his spectacular architectural creations, thus yielding a reflection on the myriad ways human interact with the complex mechanical world we have created.

320 pages/black & white

Watch for more Yokoyama announcements soon…

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  1. [...] PictureBox reveals the details about their next release from Yuichi Yokoyama, Garden. Really looking forward to this [...]

  2. Endlessmug says:

    Very interesting. I may have to purchase this. So many artists to explore!!

  3. Dan Nadel says:

    Tell your comic book stores! It’ll be in the March previews.

  4. Alex says:

    Is this in english?

  5. Dan Nadel says:

    Yep, fully translated.

  6. Pat says:

    Does anybody know if the Outdoor comic is still online anywhere/any place somebody in America can get their hands on the book?

  7. [...] I’ve certainly never seen anything like that before.” Such was my reaction to Garden, the upcoming PictureBox graphic novel from acclaimed manga artist Yuichi Yokoyama (currently in [...]

  8. My spouse and i absolutely must think a lot more in that way and find out what i can do over it.

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