Bardin the Superrealist - Max

Bardin is a little round-headed man who has been given the powers of the "super-real" world, a surrealist place where lighthouses have eyes and he is confronted by the demons of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness. It's a bizarre little book, with some very short one-page stories and some longer ones. Bardin battles his nightmares (sometimes a little too enthusiastically), disassembles his illusions about deities, writes a manifesto about comics, and discovers the true nature of Sloth.

It's very hard to describe, but I suppose that's what surrealism does to you.

Fed to jonathan's brain | January 18, 2007 | Comments (0)


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