Cadaver is now being published as a graphic novel for adults (Academy Chicago Publishers, February 5, 2013).  Order your copy at: Amazon.

What Are Critics Saying About Cadaver: “A must-attend event of New York Fashion Week.” — New York Times // “A must-see pick!” – Animation Magazine // “Darkly beautiful.”  – MTV // “Explores grown-up themes about love and death through the youthful mediums of cartoon and rhyme.” — Huffington Post // “Lively.” — New York Magazine // “The least sappy but most tender love story I’ve ever encountered.” – Tavi Gevinson, Editor-in-chief of ROOKIE Magazine // “It is a sweet and hilarious film full of creepily tender moments.” — MTV // “Shel Silverstein whimsy and rhythm with an Edgar Allan Poe edge.” — My Old Kentucky Blog // “A dark romantic story in a time of commercialized love.” — Project Quality // “The stuff of Indie lore.” — Sonoma News // “Director Jonah D. Ansell could be channeling Tim Burton.” — Examiner // “A clever little fable about love, devotion, and the heart’s ability to rebound.” — Sarasota Review // “Packs a Punch.” — Jezebel // “Cadaver… will especially please lovers of the more macabre works of Charles Dickens, Roald Dahl, and Tim Burton.” — Cinespect // “Cadaver… is in the process of being developed into a full-blown animated musical (“think ‘Little Mermaid’ meets ‘Les Miserables,’).” — Los Angeles Times // “Inventive.” — Filmmaker Magazine // “Tavi Gevinson is a cartoon character.” — Vogue