Publisher: New York Review
A haunting and darkly funny post-apocalyptic graphic novel that follows an unusual postal worker on his very bizarre mail route.
Amid the blasted rubble of a once-perfect suburb, a hazmat-suited postman delivers the mail, aloud.
He shouts his letters down a vent to the bunker-bound family below.
They describe the family's prosperous past life, and then get stranger and stranger...
Drawn by the famed cartoonish and Charlie Hebdo contributor Gébé, and never before available in English, Letter to Survivors is a blackhearted delight, a scathing, impassioned send-up of consumerist excess and nuclear peril: funnier—and scarier—than ever.