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Tag Archives: Marjane Satrapi
The current situation in Iran prompted Payman & Sina to update Marjane Satrapi‘s Persepolis via the very old technique of cut, past and modify (see also here – scroll down). The result, the 14 page Persepolis 2.0, can be read … Continue reading
Flemish cartoonist Steven De Rie created this poster for the 20th edition of the Wilrijk Comics Festival. Try and find all references to characters and comics-related news items.
In his most recent “CulturePulp” comic, Mike Russell interviews Marjane Satrapi. (via the Comics Reporter, amongst others)
I just wanted to say that the Persepolis website (for the movie) is a beautiful affair. My screenshot above does it no justice at all, so please visit the site and judge for yourself.
Yesterday I blogged about this poster for Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis film. Today somebody sent me the German version of that self-same poster (see also here). I hope I’m not getting paranoid here (or not more paranoid than would reasonably be … Continue reading
This is the official poster for the US release of Marjane Satrapi’s feature animation film “Persepolis“. I like it – it really reflects the mood of the book. I hope the film does too. (via Cinematical)
This is a repost from the Ephemerist Yahoo Group. I’m a little short on new material, so I decided to focus on some online features that are still available, but may have faded a little. This is a report on … Continue reading