I tend to not enjoy comic books, but Anti-Gone was pretty intriguing. Its confusing nature gave room for full immersion, as I not only had to figure out what was happening, but from whose perspective. The parts of this book that really confused me are: (1) when Lynxa supposedly drowns and (2) the very ending when Spyda and the dog leave the movie theater. In two of the little vertical panels about 4 pages away from the end, we see Spyda calling someone, which I assumed was Lynxa. However, on the next page, we see him eating a sandwich and listening to music. While of course this book is seemingly not suppose to make sense, I am left questioning why Spyda did not go looking for his female companion. Because of this, I decided that the little guy was not the narrator. I believe that there is no narrator, that Lynxa does not exist, and that Spyda is the dreamer. Lynxa could just be a part of this hallucination, which would kind of explain why she disappears and he does not even notice. But then again, many question arise with that interpretation. Ultimately, I truly appreciate how complex and thought-provoking Anti-Gone is, and how it challenges the idea of normativity.