Dostoyevsky Comics


R. Sikoryak is a reknowned illustrator who has worked for Harvard Business Review, LA Weekly, The Stranger and The New Yorker. He’s also a very keen parodist of several cartoonist’s signature style, such as his Tintin On the Moon parody (or hommage),”Prisoners On The Red Planet”, which was publsihed in Wired in 2001. In his Masterpiece Comics, Sikoryak does adaptations of classic literary works in a cartoon style which, however different, always seems to fit.

Again With the Comics reprints Sikoryak’s Sprang-like remake of Dostoyevsky’s Crime And Punishment, as published in Drawn and Quarterly 3 (2000), and currently out-of-print, as far as he knows.

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