IN THE TRADITION OF KAFKA, AND MELVILLE, MASTER STORYTELLER WILL EISNER PRESENTS A HAUNTING TRIO OF STORIES ABOUT LIFE'S FORGOTTEN SHUT-INS
Invisible People tells the story of three ordinary individuals adrift in the city. The characters who inhabit these tales each value their privacy; their lives are lived alone, withour engaging in the outside world. And yet each reach a turning point, when the individual experience goes from the anonymous to the universal, embodying some of the great themes of human existence: love, loss, loneliness, and even the power of religion.
Born in New York in 1917, Will Eisner was the author of the legendary comic strips The Spirit. Over the course of a career that exceeded seventy years, Eisner wrote dozens of books, including the pioneering graphic novel A contract with God. The comic industry's top annual awards "The Eisner's", are named in his honnor.