The 26th issue of the little-Latvian-comics-anthology-that-could tackles dADa comics-style. Starting off with Agathe Mareuge's succinct summation of what dAdA is and is not, and whether it is alive or dead or both or neither, readers are then treated to 21 takes on DadA from a host of comics makers from around the world, with the usual concentration on those of the European persuasion, but also including some significant creators from the Americas, first and foremost among whom is Marc Bell, whose "Still Kicking" really channeled some solid daDA vibes. Other highlights include Olaf Ladousse's pink and blue woodblock-style shenanigans, Roman Muradov's period-evocative geometrically delineatiatory deptictions accompanied by the definitive DAda contribution of random cut-up text, Daniel Lima's "remake' of the January 21, 1922 full-color, full page Saturday strip (see Bill Blackbeard's introduction to the 1922-1924 edition of Krazy & Ignatz for details) and Martins Zutis's "Cup and Ball."
AND, we're offering this one at a special dadA inspired price!
This is the 10th Anniversay Issue and they're celebrating in Latvia! As such, this time around all the contributers (but one) are Latvian. So get ready to Party Latvian Comics Style!
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