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“Music has a powerful effect on us, particularly as teenagers; it is capable of profoundly marking our lives, or at least making them a lot more bearable and interesting. I wanted the book to reflect that idea as explicitly as possible,” says Nunsky, the author of Companions of the Penumbra, a comic book that really has music at its core, with bands and songs, concerts, rehearsals and movements on the dance floor as the unifying pole of all the characters. It is matter that manifests itself in the way they dress, how they act, how they look at the world, which defines, punctuates and directs the action.

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