The White Room of the Asylum

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The White Room of the Asylum focuses on the tape-recorded memoirs of an old man named Steve who recently committed suicide. The tapes tell of the last period of his stay at the Soraberg Asylum and his discovery of what he came to call ‘The White Room.’ The White Room is an infinite space of pure white in which the residents can create anything they can think up. Over time more residents gain access to this mysterious place- Thus beginning a series of events that stretches Steve’s sanity to its limits, offers a chance at redemption, and leaves a man too broken to fix.

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The White Room of the Asylum focuses on the tape-recorded memoirs of an old man named Steve who recently committed suicide. The tapes tell of the last period of his stay at the Soraberg Asylum and his discovery of what he came to call ‘The White Room.’ The White Room is an infinite space of pure white in which the residents can create anything they can think up. Over time more residents gain access to this mysterious place- Thus beginning a series of events that stretches Steve’s sanity to its limits, offers a chance at redemption, and leaves a man too broken to fix.
156 pages

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3 reviews for The White Room of the Asylum

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Crystal (verified owner)

    This comic made me laugh and it broke my heart.

    This is the comic that got me into comics.

    It appears to depict psychosis on a very unique and interpersonal level.

    We’ve all wished for our own “White Room”, a place that we can escape to, when everything becomes too much. Now imagine, that space – the one peaceful place you have – is taken from you.

    This comic provides a keen insight to the human mind and explores the idea in which reality and hysteria intertwine.
    It is thought-provoking and positively amazing.

    After I read it, I brought the hard copy (not endorsed or sponsored in anyway).
    I just adored the comic! It’s fantastic!

    Read it for free while you can!

  2. ComixCentral

    Awarded the CXC Comic of the Week Jan 30- Feb 5, 2017. Our very first Comic of the Week!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    JulienneD (verified owner)

    An insightful and thought provoking 156 pages – and currently for free! This skilfully walks the line between a confessional diary and a supernatural horror – disturbing, joyful and heartbreaking at the same time. Well written, and illustrated by 6 talented artists. A must read.

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