The Obliterary Journal: Volume 1

The Obliterary Journal Volume A collection of comics street art typography and illustrated stories from India and beyond Includes A classic Bengali gangster comic in translation Traditional Odisha palm leaf engravings of alien

  • Title: The Obliterary Journal: Volume 1
  • Author: Rakesh Khanna Rashmi Ruth Devadasan
  • ISBN: 9789381626443
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of comics, street art, typography, and illustrated stories from India and beyond Includes A classic Bengali gangster comic in translation Traditional Odisha palm leaf engravings of alien robot invaders 12th century Sanskrit algebra problems Bus painters from Suriname New work from Vidyun Sabhaney, Amitabh Kumar, Roney Devassia, and Aarti Sunder BA collection of comics, street art, typography, and illustrated stories from India and beyond Includes A classic Bengali gangster comic in translation Traditional Odisha palm leaf engravings of alien robot invaders 12th century Sanskrit algebra problems Bus painters from Suriname New work from Vidyun Sabhaney, Amitabh Kumar, Roney Devassia, and Aarti Sunder Bleeding lizards Defecating cyclopses Psychopathic killer tomatoes and much, much

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    1. this book is a cocktail of moods. from start to end it punched me with different flavours of life. the stories are really engaging as it extracts the things that were somewhere in my mind like the killer barfi or the alien transcripts. it is a must read for pulp fiction lovers :-) the extract from the manga ' stupid guy goes to india ' was the best shot which dragged me to buy the book :-) will rate this book 4 out of 5


    2. 2.5The original review of this book is posted on my blogTo read the original review of this book, click here


    3. It's unique, a little different, full of colour, and a lot of quirk, it's experimental. Yes! That's it, the book is experimental and for that alone it should be read or viewed or well just have a run through it.Kudos to Blaft for having the guts to publish a book that is so much fun. You'll either love it, like I did, or not see the point in it, but if it's the latter then maybe you need to open your eyes and your minds and see the world differently, more artistically. Give it a try.


    4. SO many different stories, artists, context in one book. Some funny ones like the 12th century math, Lilawati and the Odhisha plam leaves art which had me almost believing in the aliens landing in India, and some intense stories such as the interview at the old age home and one gross poems. Overall it was good mix of various artists put together. A nice visual treat.


    5. There are some absolute gems in this book and there are ones that are just mediocre or even outright pathetic.


    6. A jumbled, incoherent collection of excerpts from various comics and picture books. Of passable interest. Some of them are gems, though.


    7. an utter waste of my time. highly avoidable. very,very little originality. mediocrity masquerading as quirk. some art-related gawk value, but too little, too late.



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