21 Journeys

Journeys Cloudscape s fifth and most ambitious comic book anthology takes the reader on journeys near and far Whether you travel around the world or around the block it s the people you meet along the way and

  • Title: 21 Journeys
  • Author: Cloudscape Comics Society Bevan Thomas
  • ISBN: 9780981066134
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cloudscape s fifth and most ambitious comic book anthology takes the reader on journeys near and far Whether you travel around the world or around the block, it s the people you meet along the way and the things you learn about yourself that are the real adventure 21 Journeys is a full colour anthology centred around the theme of travel with a cover illustrated by SteveCloudscape s fifth and most ambitious comic book anthology takes the reader on journeys near and far Whether you travel around the world or around the block, it s the people you meet along the way and the things you learn about yourself that are the real adventure 21 Journeys is a full colour anthology centred around the theme of travel with a cover illustrated by Steve Rolston, famed artist of Ghost Projekt, Emiko Superstar, and King Country The collection features such varied prominent contributors as independent comics veteran Colin Upton, alternative poet Ray Hsu, Israeli American cartoonist Miriam Libicki, and video game artist Edison Yan.21 Journeys takes the reader to all points of the globe, from wartime Germany to modern Uganda, from the tip of the Matterhorn to deep beneath the Gulf Stream, from the other side of the world to just down the street You meet students, soldiers, and scientists businessmen, teachers, and priests people from every imaginable profession, each following their own path 20 stories, 20 journeys The 21st journey is your own.Among the stories featured are Futures of the Past by Ray Hsu and Chloe Chan and Flyaway by Bevan Thomas and Reetta Linjama, with Futures of the Past available in animated form.

    One thought on “21 Journeys”

    1. 21 Journeys is a collection of comics about travel published by Vancouver artists (the Cloudscape Comics Society). I always love purchasing books like this that support local community endeavours and amateur creators often just starting their careers. 21 Journeys is filled with interesting little glimpses into what travel can do for people, and there are some real gems in terms of story and art. Some pieces could have used some more editing, but that comes with the territory of an indie piece. I [...]

    2. i couldn't for the life of me draw these stories together in a manner that would fit them being compiled into one volume, but i was pleasantly surprised by the heavy content.well, pleasantly beyond Christopher Leinonen's additions - pointless, aimless, irritating to read and jarringly differently drawn slop interjecting here and there to destroy any building tone.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *