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  • In this image provided by DC Comics/Vertigo, the cover of "Daytripper" is shown. Anyone wanting proof that comics aren't just for kids or socially challenged teenagers take note, this collected work by the Brazilian twins Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon is on par with richly worded works of literature in its exploration of how a life is lived and the multitudinous paths it can take. All of which is made more remarkable given the fact that the protagonist _ Bras de Oliva Domingos _ in this collection of the 10-issue limited series published in 2010 meets his mortal end at the end of each tale. The trade edition, which retails for $19.99, was released last month by DC's Vertigo imprint, and immediately shot to the top of The New York Times Paperback Graphic Books list before slipping lower. On Friday, March 4, 2011 it regained the No.1 spot.  (AP Photo/DC Comics/Vertigo) NO SALES

    'Daytripper' dreamy rumination of life's choices

    Anyone wanting proof that comics aren't just for kids or socially challenged teenagers take note, this collected work by the Brazilian twins Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon is on par with richly worded works of literature in its exploration of how a life is lived and the multitudinous paths it can take.

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