Portrait of a Drunk #1
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Portrait of a Drunk #1

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In this graphic novel, three cutting-edge, world-renowned cartoonists team up to tell a tale of an 18th-century pirate ― one who's more gallows fodder than a Hollywood swashbuckler. Guy is no master mariner, with a clipped red (or black) beard. He's just an ordinary member of the crew ― able enough, but also a lazy, cowardly liar, a drunkard, and a thief. His story is told in two allegorical parts: "The Blowout" and "The Hangover." Three contemporary comics titans, Belgian Olivier Schrauwen (Parallel Lives) and the French duo Ruppert and Mulot (The Perineum Technique) collaborate to bring you the best pictorial and narrative elements of t more

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    AIPT - Ryan Sonneville Mar 4, 2020

    Portrait of a Drunk is an excellent introduction to some of the paramount living independent comics and won't disappoint those looking for the visual experimentation this medium can provide coupled with sharp storytelling. Read Full Review

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