With his own work and that ofGustave Dove, Dave Simhas uses his most widely-known 300-issuegraphic novel to describe and mocking what he sees as society''s and comic books, including a series of Cerebus In Hell comics. With each one-shot, he attempts to recommend some aspects of comics and comics history in its cover and name, thus avoiding confusion. A new issue number one is also available.
In 1979, Colonel Walter Kurtz was played by Marlon Brando in the Francis Ford Coppola film, inspired by Joseph Conrad''s nineteenth-century novel. However, it''s not just a 43-year reference in the frame, it''s also Harvey Kurtzman''s, an anthology war comic that was published by EC Comics from 1950 to 1955, making a 72-year-old reference, as well as Nickey Mouse in from 1928. There''s no wonder Dave Sim is concerned
KURTZ vs. KURTZ ONE SHOT AARDVARK VANAHEIM JUN221152 (W) Dave Sim (A) Gustave Dore (CA) David Birdsong Riffing on Joseph Conrad''s Apocalypse Now! Does anyone even know who Francis Ford Coppola or Apocalypse Now are talking? SRP: $4.00 in shops
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