“Jarad Greene has distinguished himself thus far as an excellent YA comics maker, but in his Memories of a Former Porcelain Doll, he relates an autobiographical story about appearances, the cruelty of peers and eventual body dysmorphia.” –Rob Clough, Hi-Low Blog
Part comedy, drama, and body horror, this memoir explores the rollercoaster of an acne-filled adolescence and the journey to find clarity. One of six recipients of a 2017 Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo (MICE) Mini-Grant!
Part one, b&w, 32-pages, brush and ink with digitally colored cover and hand-cut spot gloss (2017). See excerpt below. Currently out of print.