Michael Deforge is undoubtedly a master. Having released eleven books in the last ten years, his enviable output only increases in quality. No exception, Heaven No Hell, is his latest and most accomplished work to date. This collection of parable-like tales addresses technology, fame, memory, relationships, parenthood, and identity – to pinpoint just a selection. As usual, Deforge’s commentary on the modern world (and beyond) is sharp, insightful, and startlingly funny. Few people are able to delve into a subject and twist it like Deforge is, making the familiar feel new and challenging, all while pushing the barriers of the comic form. These are stories that will linger after reading, that you’ll find yourself coming back to over and over.