Page 90

YE GUILHERME PETRECA Editora Veneta (Brazil) | 2016 | 176 Pages | B&W

Foreign sales: France (Paquet); Poland (Mandioca); Spain (Under Offer); US (Top Shelf) Winner of the HQ Mix Award for Best Artist 2017 Petreca is today one of the most talented Brazilian cartoonists of his generation.—Revista O Grito! Beautiful and unique . . . Ye delicately portrays how difficult it is to find oneself in the world and, more importantly, how to control our insecurities.—Conexão Comix Ye is the name of our main character. Ye is also the only syllable he can pronounce. He is otherwise mute. His voice was stolen by the “colorless king,” the source of all sickness and sadness in the World—unrelenting, unforgiving, terrifying, all-taking and never-giving.Ye has no choice but to go ahead and face him in order to reclaim his voice, and his own self.Tag along on a perilous journey through rocky paths of self-discovery in company of a witch, a drunk clown, and many other vagabonds and misfits, each carrying their own personal vendetta against the colorless king. GUILHERME PETRECA is a Brazilian cartoonist, as well as artist and illustrator. He self-published his first graphic novel Galho Seco in 2013. In 2015, he published the illustrated book O Carnaval de Meus Demônios, which was a


An illustrated fable for all ageswith echoes of The Little Prince and The Never Ending Story that poetically depicts the transition from adolescence into adulthood.


Profile for Am-Book

Am-Book Spring 2019 Rights List  

Am-Book Spring 2019 Rights List