“Salz and Pfeffer” by Émilie Gleason, a preview

Pfeffer is a tidy and respectable man who dreams of becoming a children’s illustrator. One night he is abducted by three aliens looking as evil versions of Mickey Mouse. A preview of “Salz and Pfeffer”, a violent, ironic, surreal book by Émilie Gleason

Two comics by Nina Van Denbempt

Lyricism, irony, the triviality of everyday life and a totalitarian future in “It is not out of the ordinary to dance to jazz music anymore” and “Runbeast & Lola in Technoland” by Belgian artist Nina Van Denbempt

“In the Garden of Evil”: a preview

For the eight issue of Mon Lapin, the magazine published in France by L’Association, Patrice Killoffer summoned cartoonists as Philippe Druillet, Ludovic Debeurme, Lorenzo Mattotti and many others, creating a series of collaborative drawings, whose originals were exposed at the end of last year at the Galerie Anne Barrault in Paris. The wood…

Portuguese comics: š! #20

Assembled by David Schilter and Sanita Muižniece with the help of guest editor Marcos Farrajota of Portuguese collective Chili Com Carne, the 20th issue of Latvian anthology š! collects comics about disquiet, a theme taken after the Livro do Desassossego by Fernando Pessoa. It’s interesting how every issue of š! can remember us what…

š! #21 preview

A nice cover by Belgian artist Brecht Vandenbroucke – well known for his White Cube, published by Drawn and Quarterly – depicts business from one of its cruelest sides. And it’s Business Time the title of the 21st issue of š!, available for International Workers Day (1st of May), with the usual mix of upcoming…