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EVERYTHING – SHORT REVIEWS

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Everything: A truly bizarre story about the most horrifying pursuit of happiness you’ve ever read.

From acclaimed writer Christopher Cantwell and celebrated artist I.N.J. Culbard comes a new monthly ongoing Berger Books series. Check out what people are saying about EVERYTHING #1:

“Everything is an incredibly interesting new book. An engaging mystery that’s perfect for anyone looking for something a little strange and unsettling.” – AiPT!

“Everything is haunted, disturbing, confusing, compelling. It is the inkling of a bigger story that demands time and pause….The little details, the dreamy lapses into the supernatural, are best when you’re savoring this story. Everything eschews the model of the serial in favor of mystique while still presenting a beguiling debut.” – DoomRocket

“Moody and intimate, I.N.J. Culbard’s artwork breathes life into a story all too familiar in small towns everywhere. The emptiness versus apparent plenty, the dark and the light. The first issue of Everything is gearing up to be a poignant statement of how easily need leads to despair complete with all too familiar townsfolk who can’t help but be tragic figures.” – The Brazen Bull

“Everything about the story, from I.N.J. Culbard’s blank-faced character designs and flat backgrounds to the off-putting interactions between characters give the book this strange feeling of artificiality, that’s something’s deliberately not quite right about this giant mall and the people inside of it.” – Comicbook.com

“The simmeringly sinister premiere issue of Everything is a discomforting debut from an accomplished creative team that seems unconcerned with smacking readers over the head with its storytelling prowess, instead opting for a more thought-provoking approach that respects readers’ patience.” – Multiversity

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