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Book Title: Hluboké rány|
The author of the book: Rutu Modan
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Reader ratings: 7.6
Edition: BB art
Date of issue: 2008
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 5.49 MB
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I wonder why this doesn't get as much love as The Property? Both are so good but if anything I loved this one more. I'm a sucker for that Tintin style that Modan works in. Everything looks great even though so much of the story takes place in mundane places: bus stops, non descript highways, unkempt apartments. There are so many panels that would look amazing as album covers. That cover shot of Numi from below or plunging into the waves.
She's such a great character. And so is Koby as the son of a distant and disappointing father. The plot is good too: part detective story, part road trip/buddy flick and part something else. It was even better on rereading when things made more sense and you see how carefully the pieces fit together.
My edition also has an interview with Modan by Joe Sacco. I haven't read any of his stuff but I think being a comics artist himself meant his questions were more illuminating. She answers with a lot of interesting details that shed light on her own personality and process in creating Exit Wounds and earlier works.
Maybe other reviewers don't like it as much because that tree really looks way too tall but they're too polite to say it. I know it can't be the way Modan draws tears because there's nothing in this book that compares to the gusher in The Property!
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Read information about the authorRutu Modan was born in Tel-Aviv in 1966. In 1992 she graduated cum laude from the illustration program at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. Shortly after graduating, she began regularly writing and illustrating comic strips and stories for Israel's leading daily newspapers, as well as editing the Israeli edition of MAD magazine with Yirmi Pinkus. Together, they founded Actus Tragicus, an internationally acclaimed collective and independent publishing house for alternative comic artists, in 1995. The following year she collaborated with Israeli author Etgar Keret on her first graphic novel, Nobody Said it Was Going to Be Fun, an Israeli bestseller. Rutu has worked as an illustrator for magazines and books in Israel and abroad, with illustrations published in The New York Times, New Yorker and Le Monde, among many other renowned publications.
She has received much recognition for her work, including four Best Illustrated Children's Book Awards from the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The Israel Ministry of Culture named Rutu Modan the Young Artist of the Year in 1997, and she was one of the contributors to the Eisner-Nominated Actus Tragicus anthology Jet Lag in 1999. In 2001 she won the Andersen Award for Illustration from the International Board on Books for Young People in Basel, Switzerland, and was nominated for the Ignatz Award for Best Story and Promising New Talent for her story "Bygone" in Flipper, Vol. 2 (Actus Tragicus / Top Shelf.) She has been a chosen artist of the Israel Cultural Excellence Foundation since 2005, and in 2006 she was nominated for the Angoulême Festival's Goccini Award, granted to a scriptwriter whose past year's work deserves special praise.
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