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  1. says:

    WOW Ok the WOW is really from Jodorowsky s art, which is mind blowing Definitely coming out of the psychedelic poster heads of the 60s, but his comics are as mind alternating as any of his predecessors and equally ground breaking His art is still fresh and cutting edge, seamlessly moving from dripping forms to draw over collage all basted in heavily saturated tertiary colors all pushing at the limits That is, his colors aren t the desaturated colors of the prior generation nor are they the staid primaries his colors are coming out of turn of the century decadence, and turned up to ACID And his forms are pulling from the surrealists and their ilk twisted and distorted forms to break up the everyday conscious and to get at the center of the soul, maaaan But it fucking works That is, until I read the damn text The text is trying to do the same thing as the imagery, but if anyone has paid attention to Jodorowky then they ll know he s obsessed with all that 60s shit in text and spirituality as well as imagery And although the imagery is still pushing boundaries and expectations today in his films as well the messages in these comics bore me to tears in his films as well The perhaps once interesting messages and ideology has been fully gentrified by yuppies doing Birkham yoga and talking about petting tig...


  2. says:

    This book looks way better than the Incal with its contemporary style I desperately want it to be translated into English.


  3. says:

    Comic strips from a Mexican newspaper, late 60s early 70s Unfortunately this basically got to be the same silly zen joke over and over, though the drawings are pretty amazing throughout.


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  5. says:

    Wish I could give question marks instead of stars, did I like this


  6. says:

    What an uncomfortable positionThe collected newspaper comics of cult filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky A ton of silly spiritual and zen aphorisms and I wouldn t have it any other way Taken as a whole it s a bit repetitive, but seeing as how it was a newspaper comic that took place over the course of several years I don t believe Jodorowsky meant for it to be taken in a large chunk The art ranges from collage style to messy pencil drawings to cleaner, what I assume to be, marker drawings, all done in a delightfully amateurish and psychedelic style There are some recurring characters such as a master and his perpetually uncomfortable student, a society of microbes, a marble, and Ben Sara the infinitely good idiot In the latter years, Jodorowsky starts a running series of themed comics such as z...


  7. says:

    Jodorowsky is such a bizarre freak and a wise one at that These drawings are strange, spiritual, surreal, and colorful The art itself sometimes is striking, sometimes just goofy 60s stuff, but always resonant, folksy, and weird.


  8. says:

    Beautiful art and brilliant thinking Had this at a cottage and anyone who picked it up disappeared into it for hours.


  9. says:

    el gusanose repliegapara avanzarhoy esto replegado


  10. says:

    I was drawn to this book because of the psychedelic art and offbeat humour It started off like a trippy comic book, but gradually became zen spiritual teachings and got a bit repetitive.

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