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Kling Klang Klatch

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KLING KLANG KLATCH is set in a superficially glittering world that, if not exactly human, reflects humanity's desires, corruption, and racism at a fundamental level. Ian McDonald's (Desolation Road) blackly bizarre wit and David Lyttleton's (Punch) razor-sharp eye for detail have created a unique fantasy with a delicious streak of dark humor.
Paperback, 117 pages
Published November 10th 1992 by Dark Horse Books (first published October 22nd 1992)
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Brian
Jul 22, 2013 Brian rated it liked it
The fictional world this book takes place in is great. A dystopian future where bears are the ruling mammal. Its about as gritty as a noir style book can and should be. The story follows the usual noir detective style, too...and it hits every plot point and cliche the genre has to offer. This was a big turnoff for me and I struggled to finish it even though the panels were interesting and the art pleasing and befitting the modern noir style. Also, the fourth wall was broken; a disgusting trick.
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Jan 20, 2016 Minka rated it liked it
Shelves: graphic
Comic about world ruled by teddy bears? Hell yes! The story itself was a bit boring, but I give 3 stars for beautiful illustrations. At some point I stopped reading, I was enjoying the artwork only.
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Ian Neil McDonald was born in 1960 in Manchester, England, to an Irish mother and a Scottish father. He moved with his family to Northern Ireland in 1965. He used to live in a house built in the back garden of C. S. Lewis’s childhood home but has since moved to central Belfast, where he now lives, exploring interests like cats, contemplative religion, bonsai, bicycles, and comic-book collecting. H ...more
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