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The Scribbler: Unzip Your Head

3.53 of 5 stars 3.53  ·  rating details  ·  34 ratings  ·  6 reviews
We're all part Yin and part Yang, but Suki's Yang is trying to get out! Witness the Siamese Burn, an experimental machine designed to eliminate multiple personalities. And it works! Suki is down to her last unwanted identity, but now she's losing time and the machine is changing into something that's going to turn her world inside out. And that unwanted identity... what do ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published November 28th 2006 by Image Comics
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Angelina Rodriguez
I'm not sure about the portrayal of the mentally ill. I feel like the mystified, super-power-like dissociative identity disorders in the book might be offensive to those actually suffering from it. I don't know for sure. The lead character Suki is a rough tough, crass kinda gal and I can appreciate that. The philosophical aspect of the book was compelling and beautifully written but also problematic in the way that I mentioned previously. It is fantasy realism, which is awesome to see in a comic ...more
Spooky, surrealist comic. Entertaining enough, generally good art. Don't bother decoding the hidden message, it's not worth the effort.
Lily Alquist
This is an awesome graphic novel, by an awesome writer. The individuality of this story is wicked cool!
A. Carrowová
this could have been really great, but ended up being fairly mediocre.
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Formerly a political cartoonist, Daniel Schaffer started writing comics in 2000 beginning with the cult acclaimed dogwich series.

His sci-fi graphic novel, The Scribbler and subsequent screenplay adaptation was picked up by New Artist's Alliance in 2012. Directed by John Suits it is in post production as of January 2013.

His screenplay for the horror film Doghouse, directed by Jake West, was release
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