Saturday, March 3, 2012
NOT a scanlation.
This is a sample of an American publisher trying to cash in on the EuroComic market.
Published by DC, and translated by some random people that they had on staff at the time, here's a sample of how awesome the comic market would be if they stopped focusing on 'popular' titles, and started focusing on comics that are good.
SERIOUSLY: Art Spiegelman's "MAUS" would be the first choice for people to dismiss because of 'crappy art' (and it does look like the art was done by a little kid, but that's the point); and those people would miss out on a great story. Likewise, don't dismiss this vignette because it starts out in black-and-white. Like the WIZARD OF OZ, it goes into color at the appropriate time.
Like most EuroComics, the standard warnings for sexuality apply.
by Luc Schuiten and his brother François
from THE HOLLOW GROUNDS (2004)
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