Hand-Drying in America Reviews
"Starred Review. Katchor's universe might be at a 45-degree angle to reality, but it's close enough for his barbs about the modern world's hatred of the past to keep their humorous sting." - Publishers Weekly
"Katchor's wry humor and unique view on the subject are well worth exploring." - Kirkus
"Reminds me of all the reasons I fell in love with his work 20-odd years ago
at the heart of all his work is the same intention: to find, however odd or enigmatic, a moment of real connection in an increasingly surreal world." Los Angeles Times
"Ben Katchor's new book (his first in full color and I think also his best yet), Hand-Drying in America, furthers his reputation as one of the few geniuses of the form, to say nothing of being one of the first exemplars of what literary fiction told in comics form could be." - Chris Ware
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