Barrel of Monkeys

Written by Florent Ruppert & Jérôme Mulot | January 2013
Barrel of Monkeys
(Rebus Books, Jan 2013)

Winner of the Prix Révélation at the Festival International de la Bande Dessinée d'Angoulême. The first book of comics in English by Florent Ruppert and Jérôme Mulot, easily among the most important cartoonists to emerge in a generation. This translated edition has been hand-lettered by Jérôme Mulot for maximum fidelity. Strong, innovative, provocative work.

Reviews:

"Full of kaleidoscopic techniques and visual trickery, the graphic novel genre doesn't get any smarter, or more evil, than this." - Publishers Weekly

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