Stripburek: Comics from the Other Europe
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Stripburek: Comics from the Other Europe

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With a unique perspective on world politics and issues, Eastern European comics artists have much to offer, but they rarely see print in the Western World. With this latest selection of contemporary comics from the former socialist block, however, Stripburger has solved that problem. Stripburek is 216 pages of fresh sequential art, all in English, representing works from A...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published August 1st 2002 by Top Shelf Productions
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Cassidy sent me this book when he was finished with it. He really liked it. I didn't like it so much. I appreciate that these cartoonists were working under the repression of communist rule, but I just wasn't so excited about any of the comics in the book. I am pretty picky about the comics that I like, so I think my not liking this book so much is more about me and less about the comics in it.
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