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    Summary Panter Author Brecht Evens E–pub (Panter Author Brecht Evens) Panter is the story of Christine whose pet cat is put to sleep in the opening pages She is visited by Panther a magical emissary from Pantherland who comes out of her dresser drawer to tell her all about his country and get

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    E–pub (Panter Author Brecht Evens) Summary Panter Author Brecht Evens Okay first of all just feast your eyes on that cover for a minute Notice how it manages to be both busy and colorful without being

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    E–pub (Panter Author Brecht Evens) Brecht Evens ✓ 8 Summary Christine is a young girl who lives with a her father and when her cat Lucy dies Christine is grief stricken In the midst of her grief something magical happens a panther pops out of her dresser and tells her that he is crown prince of Pantherland Sounds like a sweet story right? Well it starts out that way indeed but then this graphic novel starts to take on sinister tones that are uite unsettling Panther is

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    Summary Panter Author Brecht Evens Brecht Evens ✓ 8 Summary characters ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Brecht Evens I read this book because of its gorgeous cover and high reviews here but refrained from even looking at the summary before reading This was NOT what I expected and if you are the kind of person who might benefit from a trig

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Panter Author Brecht EvensI want to live in Brecht Evens creepy beautiful worldAlso why is the title misspelled Okay first of all just feast your eyes on that cover for a minute Notice how it manages to be both busy and colorful without being overwhelming or muddy That s not nearly as easy to accomplish as Evens makes it look Talent my friends The whole book is this gorgeous and then someSo a little girl Christine is sad when her cat dies And then a colorful anther crawls out of the bottom drawer of her dresser He tells her that he is the crown rince of Pantherland a seemingly magical lace His very appearance changes from Times of Bede panel toanel seemingly with his mood She begins to cheer up But then we begin to get hints that Pantherland may not be what he tells her and we begin to suspect his motives This starts off feeling like a children s book but starts wandering into some The Catechism of the Council of Trent pretty dark territory I would definitely read this yourself first before deciding whether or not toass it along to any children you know You know the sorts of things they can handle far better than I after all There s not a lot shown in the art that s too bad but it definitely gets into some dark mental territory Think Edward Gorey or Charles Burns crossed with Eric Carle and you kind of get the idea This is story that will get under your skin and itch Brecht Evens has enormous talent as an artist taking watercolors to levels City for Sale: Ed Koch and the Betrayal of New York previously unknown in comics He s also an excellent writer as this book shows Having read two of his books now I m unuestionably a fan One of the best graphic novels I ve read this year Nothingrepared me for this work from Evens I had read others of his works that I think of as art comics lay including The Wrong Place and The Making of They seemed to me work about art the world of art calling attention #to itself as art than narratives which i #itself as art than narratives which I t recall that much about now Ah but the watercolor art tending to surrealism is gorgeous and fun One of the above books features a kind of Lothario I guess but he s not evil and some of the tone is a bit snarky anti art world but layful But Panther seems it could be about the sexual abuse of a child Either way So it s almost a bit disturbing that Evens sets it up to look like a long children s book because something about this is adult themed but in the interview below Evens says he does hope children read the book Children do experience abuses of various kinds of course so if that is what it is about it may be a way for them to talk to adults about itThe Panther is about a little girl whose Književna groupie 2: Strovaljivanje pet cat has died One day in her grief and vulnerability the girl is visited by aanther who appears to befriend her and spoiler trigger alert seems to seduce her He tells befriend her and spoiler trigger alert seems to seduce her He tells wha I read this book because of its gorgeous cover and high reviews here but refrained from even looking at the summary before reading This was NOT what I expected and if you are the kind of erson who might benefit from a trigger warning you should robably read up about the book before reading it If you don T Need Trigger Warnings need trigger warnings want to see a story unfold one tense and horrifying Davids Sling page at a time then don t read any further Irobably would not have read this book if I had known what it was about but I m also glad I did read it if that makes any senseThe truly horrifying thing about the story is that the horror is disguised at first as fun and only starts to reveal itself. Panter de kroonprins van het koninkrijk Panteria kruipt uit de ladenkast van kleine Christine na de dood van haar kat Er ontspint zich. ,
A little at a time so subtly that you are not sure It S Really Happening In s really happening In words the book gives you the same feeling as women feel in situations where they re retty sure they re being sexually harassed as women feel in situations where they re Dangerously Placed pretty sure they re being sexually harassed a BIPOC sense microaggressions but things seem too ambiguous to really act on and you don t want to believe it s really happening anyway And then things keeprogressing and the worst does happen and the clues were there the whole time but you willfully ignored them because you d rather believe that things can stay Just Destiny pleasant that believe that abuse is ready toounce and try to destroy youFor those of you who have read the book I almost missed the foldout Paradise Run page at the back Make sure you don t miss it Also I like other reviewers here were worried that abusive Panther was really Christine s dad But I don t think he is Here are my reasons1 Panther and Christine have to get acuainted Hence her asking so many uestions and Panther having to improvise lie on the spot Panther is grooming her and trying to gain her trust little by little This says to me that it s not someone she already knew2 The artist has said that the colors are red and blue without Panther and only when Panther appears there is yellow There is no yellow in any of the father s scenes 3 At oneoint the dad comes to Christine s room and she tells Panther to hide from her father So I don t think they can be the same erson4 At one oint Panther says to Christine Your father doesn t see what I see That your not his little girl any5 The author himself says he didn t intend this to be a story of incest but that he can t Help Me, Jacques Cousteau prevent one from that interpretation Christine is a young girl who lives with a her father and when her cat Lucy dies Christine is grief stricken In the midst of her grief something magical happens aanther Dignity Rising 1: Gefesselte Seelen pops out of her dresser and tells her that he is crownrince of Pantherland Sounds like a sweet story right Well it starts out that way indeed but then this graphic novel starts to take on sinister tones that are uite unsettling Panther is a master storyteller and manipulator and he soon has Christine totally enthralled with him When I started reading this one I thought it was for kids the art is whimsical and lovely and the way that Panther is illustrated is marvelous But this is not a kid book though I think that kids reading it might not The Book of Mordred pick up on the sinister undertones of the story I read that the author says that the story might be about the sexual abuse of a child and I can see how it could be interpreted that way That this explores the slow burn of an abusive relationship is not in doubt and as an adult reader I was both sucked in and deeply disturbed with how the story unfolds The illustrations work to set the right ambiance that slow seduction and isolation and complete control of a child is especially chilling juxtaposed with those cheery colorsI would recommend this one for adults and older teens and if you ve read it I want to discuss that ending This was so awful and so well doneI almost wish I had listened to karen and Greg and not read it because now I feel ickyAlso I think it is this sort of Dionysian supernaturalantherand not a leopard but maybe someone who read this in the original language can comment on that goodreads is telling me it is romance week with a creature that looks a lot like the one in this book and i m PSA ing everyone to be carefu. Een spel van verleiding tussen de charmeur en zijn rooi In de langverwachte opvolger van De liefhebbers dompelt Brecht Evens ons ond. ,

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L of your romantic choices "Because This Cat Is NOT "This Cat Is NOT cat is NOT YOU Larisa LJ recommended this book to me on the thread for my review of Beautiful Darkness because at the end i was marveling at how much i loved the ickiness of the book and how revolting it was but revolting in that way that totally rejuvenates me because i love knowing i can still be horrified i really want a seuel to this or a rec for a book that is as gorgeously repellent horrifyingly alluring beautifully dark so hit me with emconsider me hit by this one hit so hard this book makes Beautiful Darkness seem like a cute little children s adventure story by comparison view spoileryeah Beautiful Darkness the book where a girl okes out a giant mouse s eyes with her thumbs a character takes up residence in the skull of a little girl s corpse and eats the maggots that begin to infest her new home and a bird rams its beak down a child s mouth in an aggressive feeding situation that kills the child hide spoiler That might be one of the most unsettling books I ve ever read Panter is the story of Christine whose Wie war das noch? Schulwissen, neu aufpoliert pet cat isut to sleep in the opening Hidden Boundaries pages She is visited by Panther a magical emissary from Pantherland who comes out of her dresser drawer to tell her all about his country and get inappropriately touchy Panther is never overtly abusive to Christine leaving the reader with no solid evidence of exactly what his motivation might be but the fact that he s grooming her is clear even without knowing to what end and the entire book isermeated with a sense of dread as the reader watches a trusting child be manipulated Her stuffed toy Bonzo tries to write a warning about Panther on her bedroom wall then goes missing and comes back from a visit to Pantherland with a lot teeth than before Christine s birthday rolls around Panther throws her a arty with a lot of disturbing guests from the dresser drawer and things go terribly awry for the little girl The reader thankfully isn t shown explicitly how Christine is hurt in the end and she is unable to articulate it herself simply voicing her sense of violation with words that belie her own naivet Those weren t real friends Panther tries to console her even as he ushes his agenda but the damage has already been done Christine doesn t need to know exactly what happened to her to understand that her body isn t a safe lace any This is a tough book to review I ve seen it compared in many laces to Vehlmann s is a tough book to review I ve seen it compared in many Forever I'm Yours places to Vehlmann s Darkness dubious thanks to Karen s comment thread which was where I first saw this comparison so this seemed a natural next choice of disturbing graphic novel for me since I adored the savage artwork and grotesue storyline of that book but this saddened me in a way that BD did not I m all for delightful creepiness but this hit a little too close to home for me both as a mom and a woman Panther by Belgian cartoonist Brecht Evens tells the wildly imaginative yet subtlyoetic beautifully crafted yet strangely disturbing story of a young girl trying to come to terms with various ainful experiences There is the tabooed disappearance of her mother the death of her beloved cat and the trauma of what could have been an eerie hospital stay or as most have suggested a case of sexual abuse It s the best graphic novel I ve read in a while certainly my favorite from 2016 most likely a new all time favorite Highly recommended to fans of alternative comic. Er in een verwarrende kinderlijke wereld waar verbeelding alles mogelijk maakt Kleurrijk en speels maar ook ongemakkelijk en beklijven.