"Incredible, inspiring, infinitely readable" - Craig Thompson, author of Blankets "The story was tremendous, a real page-turner. And I loved Michael Kennedy's artwork." - Frank Quitely "[Tumult] reads like an art house thriller. An ode to cinema, it has shades of Jim Jamusch or a hipster Hitchcock, and some of the boldest, most original art I've seen in years" - Christian Ward "Unique, thrilling and illustrated with gusto" - Michael Allred Tumult is the coolest indie movie on paper. Oblique, funny and beautiful work from two future comic stars!" - Sean Phillips Adam Whistler has it all, so why does he feel so empty? When he breaks his ankle on a Mediterranean holiday he impulsively ends his relationship, toppling himself into emotional free fall. At a house party he meets-and beds-the lovely Morgan. But when he encounters her a few days later she has no memory of him and introduces herself as Leila. Leila has dissociative identity disorder, or multiple personalities. People are being murdered and Leila fears that Morgan, the personality Adam first met, is the killer. He doesn't believe that any part of her is capable of it, so he sets out to unravel the mystery of her past. Tumult is a stylish, contemporary psychological thriller in the vein of Alfred Hitchcock and Patricia Highsmith.