Charles Burns

cartoonist and illustrator

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This is the third in a trilogy of graphic novels by Burns in which the seemingly normal happenings of his protagonist Doug's life take an unsettling Freudian turn.

Charles Burns: Sugar Skull

This is the third in a trilogy of graphic novels by Burns in which the seemingly normal happenings of his protagonist Doug's life take an unsettling Freudian turn.

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Charles Burns: The Hive

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