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The Luminous Incal Hardcover – 13 Feb 2013


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Big Book, Big Price 3 Oct 2013
By Jacques Talbot - Published on Amazon.com
This is the second of six volumes recounting the Incal series in a deluxe, oversized limited edition. Written by Alexandro Jodorowsky and drawn by Moebius, this sci-fi epic remains to this day one of the pinnacles of the ninth art (as the French refer to comics) or any storytelling art for that matter.

What's so great about this edition in particular is the jumbo size and the outstanding production values, both of which run directly counter to recent trends in comix publishing. I can't tell you how annoying it is to have to leaf through an undersized book, squinting all the way, because of some idiot's idea of a cost-cutting measure. Either publish the comic as it deserves to be published or get into some other business! But I digress...

Here at last is an edition that allows readers to immerse themselves in the masterly images of Moebius, savoring every detail, soaking up the eye-popping colors, glorying in the humor, exuberance, and inventiveness of the adventure.

Sure it costs a lot - relatively - (if you can even get it; the edition is limited to 999 copies) - but for the afficionado, there can be no question that this is a must-have: the only edition to truly do justice to the piece and well worth every penny.
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