Jeremy Sorese draws comics like Adele makes music. They both render a universal melancholia with a pinpoint precision and a tangible sincerity. Sorese’s work has a greater emotional range, but there is an obvious wistful, ruminative quality to both…” - AV Club

" The art itself conveys more than just the queerness of the story. Sorese masterfully immerses the reader in the story from the first moment. Incredibly human stories exist in a world full of robots and fantastic beasts. Curveball is long–420 pages long. Which is especially lengthy considering it’s a graphic novel. But it is cinematic in its scope; blasting through battles and sharing the intimacy of crying alone in the rain. The story is heartbreaking, but heartbreaking in the “how great is humanity” kind of way; the kind of heartbreak that leaves you in love with the world." - Lambda Literary

Curveball was published in 2015 by Nobrow Press, after nearly five years of work, spanning multiple continents and countless drafts. 

"Curveball is a science fiction graphic novel telling the story of a waiter named Avery coping with the ending of a difficult relationship. Having spent years attempting to build something substantial with an indecisive sailor named Christophe, Avery stubbornly holds on despite the mounting evidence against him. The idea of the relationship has eclipsed its reality and in Avery’s already troubled life, the allure of something dependable is a powerful force.

Curveball focuses on the duality of hope and delusion. How ignorance is integral to surviving our day to day lives but can be incredibly destructive if allowed to blossom into ‘optimism’."

Copies are available to purchase at your local bookstore or directly from Nobrow.