Tomine is a master of pseudorealistic stories in the tradition of Raymond Carver. This understated, black-and-white collection should satisfy fiction aficionados in any medium.Library Journal
Originally published in 1998, Sleepwalk and Other Stories represents the beginning of Adrian Tomine's remarkable career, collecting the sixteen earliest stories from his acclaimed Optic Nerve comic series — concise, haunting tales of modern life. This is the work that garnered Tomine a comics-industry Harvey Award for Best New Talent and led Wired magazine to declare, "Tomine has rocketed to prominence among America's young cartoonists.'"
Praise for Sleepwalk and Other Stories
Brilliant...we know we’re in the hands of a major young comics artist—visually gripping and emotionally challenging.Kirkus Reviews