Comic miners recently uncovered an album buried over 100 years ago after draining an outhouse in an old ghost town. While treasures are sometimes found, this one just so happened to be loaded with the 1st year of the Goodbye Family and the Noodle Rut by cartoonist Lorin Morgan-Richards.
"The Victorian era hasn't been this much fun since licking arsenic in the wallpaper." - Slug Daily News
"Bleak, morbid, and hilarious." - Nothom Times
"This album is a real danger to society." - Baron Von Nickle
Memento Mori: The Goodbye Family Album is not a graphic work that one skims quickly through. I found myself considering many of the illustrations with head tilted and brow furrowed in order not to miss any pen stroke or innuendo that might explain just where he gets his ideas. Lorin Morgan-Richards' dismal, darkly disturbing yet strangely lighthearted characters all march, scoot, dangle and slither to a different beat. - Amazon review