mini kuš! #25 ‘Magnetism’
by Roope Eronen
Published by kuš!
Magnetism is a science fiction story by the Finnish artist Roope Eronen. It tells about a spontaneous business meeting in the world of the future. Swallow the magnet and join the adventure…
28 pages, 4” x 6”, color, saddle-stitch, softcover
$ 6.00 (including shipping)
Distributed by Spit And A Half Distro, Petomies
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"My personal favourite is Life is Live. In 26 stories, the artists devote themselves to the madness of everyday life. From the fear of leaving the house to the question of how to best greet fleeting acquaintances (a hug? a handshake? a kiss on the cheek?), the stories tell of déjà vu-provoking experiences.”
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Contains full-color comics on 164 pages in handy DIN A6 format by Dace Sietiņa, Dāvis Ozols, Edie Fake, Emmi Valve, Ernests Kļaviņš, John Broadley, König Lü.Q., Lars Sjunnesson, Léo Quievreux & Fredox, L.L. de Mars, Margrieta Dreiblate, María Inés Gul, Mārtiņš Zutis, Michael DeForge, Paul Paetzel, Pedro Franz, Reinis Pētersons, Roméo Julien, Rūta Briede, Warren Craghead and Weng Pixin.
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“I was a fan on Anna Vaivare from the first moment I saw her energetic bold coloured work. She really knows to observe and I love the uncommon angles in her empathetic illustrations."
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"Dedicated to villages and extremely cohesive in the organization of contributions, š! #16 is distinguished by a more descriptive and melancholic tone than usual, striking with strong graphic works by Chris Reijnen, Placid, Evangelos Androutsopoulos, Anna Vaivare and Anthony Meloro"
š! #16 ‘Villages’ reviewed on Just Indie Comics.