Nine paranoid tales by Franz Kafka are put to bold graphic comics.
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Nine paranoid tales by Franz Kafka adapted to stark, black-and-white comics by Peter Kuper, whose illustrations and covers appear regularly in the New York Times, Time and Business Week. More than just straight adaptations, these clever interpretations of Kafka's tales bring out the dark humor latent in Kafka's work, better known for its despair and somberness. Heralded by Rolling Stone, Kuper's art is bold, powerful, and perfectly suited for Kafka.About the Author:
Peter Kuper is a cofounder and editorial board member of political graphics magazine World War 3 Illustrated and a teacher who has taught at New York's School of Visual Arts and Parsons The New School for Design. Best known for drawing Mad magazine's Spy vs. Spy comic since 1997, he has also illustrated covers for Newsweek and Time magazines. He is the author of the graphic novel Sticks and Stones, which won the New York Society of Illustrators gold medal, and his autobiography, Stop Forgetting to Remember. He lives in New York City.
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