Monday, December 25, 2017

Non Album Collection 89

Embroideries (2005)

From the best–selling author of Persepolis comes this gloriously entertaining and enlightening look into the sex lives of Iranian women. Embroideries gathers together Marjane’s tough–talking grandmother, stoic mother, glamorous and eccentric aunt and their friends and neighbors for an afternoon of tea drinking and talking. Naturally, the subject turns to love, sex and the vagaries of men.

Epileptic (2005)

The book tells the story of the artist's early childhood and adolescence, focusing on his relationship with his brother and sister. His brother develops severe and intractable epilepsy, causing the family to seek a variety of solutions from alternative medicine, most dramatically by moving to a commune based on macrobiotic principles. As the epileptic brother loses control of his own life, the artist develops solitary obsessions with cartoons, mythology and war. The book's graphic style becomes increasingly elaborate as the children's fantasy life takes over, with their dreams and fears (including epilepsy itself) appearing as living creatures. In brief interludes, the children appear as adults when the artist begins the process of writing the story.

Epoxy (Le Lombard 2003)

All great careers have a beginning! That of Jean Van Hamme was also the magnificent twilight of Paul Cuvelier, mythical co-founder of the newspaper "Tintin". The great artist was suffering from being unable to draw "nudes" in the weeklies of 7 to 77 years. So Van Hamme wrote to him this story which sees the young Epoxy amazon tossed by the gods between pain and pleasure.


Embroideries (2005) (Minutemen-DTs).cbz | 23.76MB | LINK:
Epileptic (2005) (joshbites).cbr | 162.74MB | LINK:
Epoxy (Le Lombard 2003) (Scanner UK_JJ_Noyb22 - Prime).cbr | 39.22MB | LINK: