Creator: Guillaume Bianco
Like some other kids his age, Billy Fog has to wear glasses. But Billy has the gift of Trouble Sight, so when he takes his glasses off, he sees all the things that other kids can’t—ghosts and ghouls, vampires and monsters, a world of darkness and danger and above all the thing that kids aren’t supposed to see: death. Is Trouble Sight a gift, then, or a curse? A new kind of graphic novel—part storybook, part fable, part gazetteer and bestiary of the horrible and fantastic, inspired by the likes of Tim Burton and Lemony Snicket.
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Michael May over at Good Comics for Kids recently reviewed Billy Fog and the Gift of Trouble Sight. Here’s a snippet of what he had to say about the spooky tale: “Like all great children’s books, Billy Fog and the Gift …