Everything is Fine Volume One: A WEBTOON Unscrolled Graphic Novel (Paperback)

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Everything is Fine Volume One: A WEBTOON Unscrolled Graphic Novel (Paperback)


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This is book number 1 in the Everything is Fine series.

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Dark and mysterious. Big Brother meets Care Bears. In every corner lies chilling... perfection. 

- Zoe 

— From Palo Alto

Perfectly normal couple Sam and Maggie live in a perfectly normal neighborhood, with their perfectly normal dog Winston. All the houses look the same. The people sound and look the same. On the outside, everything is fine. But is it? Winston, their sweet dog, has been dead for some time now, and Sam and Maggie begin to struggle to keep up the facade of their idyllic suburban life.

The mystery continues as the couple, despite being as “fine” as they can be, reckon with heavy surveillance by outside cameras, and question their every decision. While both emotionally repressed and eerily disconnected, Sam and Maggie are one wrong move away from something much more sinister.

Their neighbor, Charlie, catches on to this strange and manipulative force and attempts to escape from the watchful eyes of those in power, starting Sam and Maggie on a path of resistance. But rebels are heavily punished in this society, and deemed “red-status” — swiftly erased from memory. What happens when everything isn’t fine?

This volume collects episodes 1–16 of the WEBTOON comic Everything Is Fine.

Mike Birchall lives in the UK and makes comics. He lost a fiddle contest with the devil and his punishment is drawing one billion cat heads.

Product Details ISBN: 9781990259777
ISBN-10: 1990259774
Publisher: WEBTOON Unscrolled
Publication Date: May 16th, 2023
Pages: 272
Language: English
Series: Everything is Fine

"With clean lines and soft colors, Birchall draws the denizens of this mild-mannered hellscape donning super-cute cat costumes; the effect is both winsome and menacing. . . . The sense of danger and dread is unsubtle but aptly conjured. À la Marvel’s Wandavision, this is a clever and gripping portrayal of a woman shredding the pretense to say, 'Enough.'"— Publishers Weekly

"This series will most definitely be a hit with fans of horror comics, especially those who appreciate a slow burn with unexpected twists and turns." — Booklist