Pirun huuli

Pirun huuli None

  • Title: Pirun huuli
  • Author: Jerome Charyn François Boucq Päivi Malinen
  • ISBN: 9518929521
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Paperback
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      Posted by:Jerome Charyn François Boucq Päivi Malinen
      Published :2019-01-03T15:09:42+00:00

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    1. This is the first Jerome Charyn graphic novel I've read, and I was more than pleasantly surprised by it.At this point I've read a dozen of his novels, and have gotten a pretty good grasp of Charyn's themes and tendencies as a writer. Many of them are present in Billy Budd, KGB, but the new medium seemed to have freed him in ways that only a radical departure such as the literary journal format of The Tar Baby had previously suggested. Needing fewer words to tell his story, Charyn lets the story [...]

    2. Glorious nonsense.A strange Cold War fable about the importance of Christianity to the former Soviet Union and the Native Americans who built the skyscraper I guess. It doesn't make a lot of sense. I get that it's supposed to be about God and America.This guy is lousy at drawing action but amazing at drawing environments. The sewer chase doesn't work as a chase but as strange pictures of sewers go it's as as good as it gets.You could literally stop reading at any page, declare it the ending, and [...]

    3. In this Cold War novel, a KGB spy in America is exposed to the possibility of an enlightened spiritual existence, and everything changes. It's a thoughtful and provocative story. The art is beautiful, reminding me of other popular comics from the nineties coming out of European nations. Recommended. ☠Trade PaperbackDover Publications, 2016Translated by the author, Jerome CharynIntroduced by Paul PopeFour StarsJanuary 17-18, 2018☠

    4. Another Charyn/Boucq collaboration that I'm reading for an upcoming episode of The Comics Alternative's Euro Comics series. Much like Little Tulip, this is an engaging story with a blunt, even equivocal ending.

    5. Hyvää sujuvaa kuvaa, mukava, piskuisen yliluonnollinen vakoilu juoni, komaa ajankuvaa. Loppu oli tosin tyhmä.

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