24 Panels – Comics Anthology

On June 2017, the Grenfell fire killed 72 people in a 24-story tower block in West London.

24 PANELS is an anthology comic to support the PTSD needs of the survivors. Curated by KIERON GILLEN (THE WICKED + THE DIVINE), it features 24 stories, each no longer than 24 panels. Half drawn from professional creators who volunteered their time and half drawn from open submissions, 24 PANELS is about community, hope, and (most of all) raising as much money as possible…

As I was personally offered this comic anthology for review, I was very honoured and excited to take part due to the reason this comic was put together.  What a creative way to show solidarity and support in times of adversity…

This anthology has very impressive art work and short storylines – with some stories I wish they were a bit longer than it was, but they were great nonetheless.. It was difficult to choose a favourite but I really liked Bagan Burma 2040, a culturally infused Burmese comic, I also enjoyed Dream Job which was a choose your own adventure type comic and They Say which is an important story that demonstrates how everyone has their own story half the time things that are said about you may not be true as people really don’t truly know what happens behind the scenes – everyone is dealing with their own battles you don’t know about..

A great collection of comics, great illustrations, story lines – recommended to graphic novel and comics fans and it is available for purchase online – proceeds go to supporting those affected by the Grenfell fire in 2017.

Special thanks to co-author of Above the Grave Mitchell Hall for having me on board to read and review this wonderful comics anthology..

-Annie

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