Adventures Of A Japanese Businessman [graphic Novel] by Jose DomingoAdventures Of A Japanese Businessman [graphic Novel] by Jose Domingo

Adventures Of A Japanese Businessman [graphic Novel]

byJose Domingo

Hardcover | April 2, 2013

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Prepare to meet one of the unluckiest people in the world in this oversized, totally wordless graphic novel from Spanish comics sensation Jose Domingo. Following a rigid four panel grid and an anything goes philosophy,Adventures of a Japanese Businessman is one of the most boundary-pushing experiments to be found in narrative storytelling. From page to page and panel to panel, you'll watch as our trusty, ever resourceful protagonist tried to get through an increasingly irregular day. Now available in North America after seeing award-winning publication in Spain and France, don't miss out on what Europe already figured out: Jose Domingo is one heck of a storyteller!
José Domingo (born in 1982) is a Spanish comic artist, whose drawing obsession led him to work as a character designer and storyboard artist for the animation industry, before publishing in 2008 his first full length comic Cuimnh. His work has appeared in many collaborations and exhibitions. He now works full time as a freelance illust...
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Title:Adventures Of A Japanese Businessman [graphic Novel]Format:HardcoverDimensions:120 pages, 13.19 × 9.63 × 0.73 inPublished:April 2, 2013Publisher:Nobrow Ltd.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1907704531

ISBN - 13:9781907704536

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A 2014 Eisner nominee for Best US Edition of International Material!Domingo's detailed and colorful satire excels as an exercise in storytelling and as a wild ride for adventurous readers; older teen and up.-Library JournalA 2014 Eisner nominee for Best US Edition of International Material!Domingo's detailed and colorful satire excels as an exercise in storytelling and as a wild ride for adventurous readers; older teen and up.-Library Journal