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Bygone/The Sisters d'Espard by Actus
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Bygone/The Sisters d'Espard

by Actus

Series: Flipper (2)

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Actus is a group of five Israeli graphic artists (Rutu Modan, Yirmi Pinkus, Batia Kolton, Itzik Rennert and Mira Friedmann) who publish together in order to reach a wider audience than they could individually. This is part 2 of "Flipper" by Actus (the title because when you get to the end of one story, you need to flip the book over for the other stories) and in this part, Modan, Pinkus, and Kolton present one story each. Modan's is a story about having power over one's life and its truth, Pinkus' about jealousy and murder, and Kolton's is a graphic play on toys and childhood rhymes. All three stories showcase their respective artists very well and one could only wish for more - and longer - stories in the future. ( )
  -Eva- | Dec 27, 2010 |
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