excerpt from Theo Ellsworth's mini kuš!
Mikkel Sommer tells the apocalyptic story of Laika's resurrection in Limonchik. In Theo Ellsworth's Birthday you will be the witness of a Inner-Space Birth Ritual. Lai Tat Tat Wing's Pages to Pages takes the power struggle between digital and analog to a whole new dimension, and Tommi Musturi's Snake in the Nose is just an utter utter nightmare...
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Format: Each book has 28 pages, full color, locally printed in Riga on high quality FSC certified Munken Lynx paper, saddle stitch binding, pocket format DIN A6.
mini kuš! #34 'Limonchik' by Mikkel Sommer
On November 3, 1957, the Soviets launched Sputnik 2 into space. Inside the spacecraft was a dog. Now, after more than half a century, Limonchik returns to the Earth. But to what end? Mikkel Sommer will show you.
Our hero is insanely nervous. He's about to undergo an intense psychic initiation known as the Inner-Space Birth Ritual. You'd be nervous, too! Theo Ellsworth has faithfully documented our hero's bizarre experience in the pages of Birthday.
Hold on to your chairs, Hong Kong artist Lai Tat Tat Wing takes you on a wild read from comics to comics, readers to readers, lovers to lovers, heroes to heroes, evils to evils, colours to colours, books to books, frames to frames, huge to huge, mini to mini... Pages to Pages...
mini kuš! #37 'Snake in the Nose' by Tommi Musturi
Tommi Musturi's Snake in the Nose is a free-flow story about an angry man alone in his flat, reminiscent of a manic, badly-drawn Scooby Doo comic. It turns into a real nightmare after just a few pages - containing full frontal and rear nudity, and bad taste in general. Some would call this humour, but that's a bit doubtful.
Place your orde here, lean back for a minute, and soon your mailbox gets properly fed!
Here's a list of shops who will carry them as well pretty soon. In case you are in London, come by to the book debut at Safari Festival on August 22.