Kudos to D & Q (and, presumably, Mssrs. Sturm and Devlin, as well) on their pitch perfect packaging of these three tales. Originally released individually as "Revival, "Hundreds of Feet Below Daylight," -- both self-published pamphlet comics -- and "The Golem's Mighty Swing," a softcover graphic novel that was honored as Time Magazine's best graphic novel of the year upon its orignal release, the tales that comprise this rugged hardcover volume all deal with distinctly American enterprises. Respectively: rural religious revivalism in what is now Kentucky, at the dawn of the 19th century; a quest for unearthing Idaho's underground riches towards the close of that same century; and an unusual take on an idiosyncratic intersection of minor league baseball and Jewish mysticism during the 1920s. These are all one of a kind tales rendered with great care and affection that will provide a rewarding reading experience to one and all. Here's a five-page preview from Revival.