Our Story Studio houses bookshelves full of colourful and engaging graphic novels brought in by our CEO.
These books are regularly taken by the team to enjoy, spreading our love of a great story.
We’ve decided to spread this joy of storytelling further.
Every few weeks we’ll be focusing in on one of the graphics novels which line the shelves of our Story Studio, focusing on their story and sharing why we loved it. You can catch the latest instalment which looked at ‘Other Lives‘ by Peter Bagge.
‘Ghost World’ by Daniel Clowes
‘Ghost World’ is a series of graphic novels by Daniel Clowes.
The series follows the day-to-day lives of best friends Enid Coleslaw and Rebecca Doppelmeyer, two cynical, pseudo-intellectual, and intermittently witty teenage girls recently graduated from high school in the early 1990s.
Each novel follows the girls as they spend their days wandering around their hometown. Readers listen in to their conversations as they criticise pop culture and talk to people they meet.
As the series progresses, Enid and Rebecca make the transition into adulthood, the two develop tensions and drift apart.