Review Round-Up: Patrick Atangan’s INVINCIBLE DAYS, “a powerful read”

From Patrick Atangan, the author of the Yellow Jar and Silk Tapestry comes Invincible Days, a collection of short stories forms a singular narrative that reveals the tiny moments when you realize you are at the precious end-days of youth.  Atangan creates an intricate mosaic from his own childhood memories as well as those gathered from friends and family. Bittersweet, joyful and reflective, these are the type of marking moments that best define us as adults.

Be sure to check out his interview with Broken Frontier and here’s what the critics are saying:


“An elegant and unexpectedly somber work that successfully transforms deeply personal moments into a meaningful exploration of the universal feelings of coming-of-age.”


“The art in this book is absolutely awesome…Invincible Days is amazing!”

Sequential Tart

“Atangan’s unflinching gaze and attention to emotional detail afford him an acute sensitivity to the highs and lows of life…Invincible Days is a testament to the refinement of Atangan’s skills as an artist and his fearlessness as a storyteller.”

Broken Frontier

“While many of the stories here are familiar, the unusual presentation forces readers to take a step back from their universality”

Publisher’s Weekly

Invincible Days” is a powerful read and readers should spontaneously experience their emotions as they read without any spoilers.

Comics Alternative

“Nostalgic to anyone who remembers the complexities of being a child.”

It’s All Comic To Me

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: