The Best LGBTQ Graphic Novels of 2018: List List #331

The List List is sponsored by MIRA Books and Hunting Annabelle by Wendy Heard.

Sean Suh is done with killing. After three years in a psychiatric prison, he’s determined to stay away from temptation. But he can’t resist Annabelle, who alone can see past the monster to the man inside. Then Annabelle disappears. Sean witnessed her kidnapping, but the police are convinced that Sean himself is responsible for this crime. And he must admit, his illness has caused him to “lose time” before. What if there’s more to what happened than he’s able to remember? To save Annabelle, Sean has to do more than confront his own demons… He’ll have to let them loose.


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