Juliet is a starving American art student scraping a living from painting portraits of society girls visiting Paris. Debs is on her first trip to the city but can’t experience the real things because of her overprotective aunt. A chance meeting and the Winged Victory bring them together while their friends and family seek to drive them apart. Includes notes and translations of foreign phrases, cover gallery, pinups and paper dolls.
144 page black and white paperback
SLG Publishing, 2007
“Paris is certainly a lovely understated tribute to art, misjudged soul-mates, and one of the most popular cities on Earth.” —Stephanie Kay, Comixfan
“…a rich, rewarding reading experience.” —Don MacPherson, The Fourth Rail
“When reading Paris, one’s head swims as if we ourselves were Andi Watson’s love-drunk heroine. His scripts make our knees weak, but Simon Gane’s art catches us as we crumble, completing the seduction with casual grace.” —Jamie S. Rich, author of The Everlarsting and Have You Seen the Horizon Lately?