Library Journal has given Pride Of The Decent Man a fantastic advance review on their site, calling it;
“A complex story told in a thoughtful, moving manner,” and “Highly recommended for anyone trying to be a better, decent person.”
They also describe the “Beautiful if often sad color drawings and spare dialogue” that fill the volume.
This review means a great deal, particularly because of its association with libraries, which can easily open up a new world of graphic novels to younger and new readers.
For those who aren’t aware of Library Journal, their site describes itself as “the most trusted and respected publication for the library community. Built on more than a century of quality journalism and reviews.”
Read the full review here.
To learn more about Pride Of The Decent Man, including how to order your own copy, go here.