In this seven-chapter graphic novel, Manu Larcenet doesn't hold back
as he grapples with his relationship to drawing, his doubts, his
limits, and others' perception of his books.
They're spots... spots that speak, think, judge, talk about
everything and nothing... Depressive spots, euphoric spots, racist
spots, swinger spots, spots that change their hue while remaining
resolutely off-color. Manu Larcenet brings to life a large family of
spots in a series of biting, caustic, hilarious strips.
An autobiographical story in which Manu Larcenet, with raw sincerity,
describes a day in the army. But not just any day... Page after
page, Larcenet's spare storytelling combines deep introspection with
graphical and narrative audacity.