Friday, 30 October 2015 08:45


Perhaps one of the oldest stories I have written along with Coming Home, at start as a small novel (under a big influence of Kafka) and then much later as an even smaller comic. A young boy having a request enters an official building at night only to get stuck by bureaucracy. The girl figure in the last page is a tribute to one of my favourites comics (the Sandman, by Neil Geiman).I must admit that there is a strong anti-religious theme here, but I hope that most thinking people won't find it offensive.

This comic was my first attempt to use Photoshop for colors, textures and lettering. All texts are in greek.

Additional Info

  • Medium: pen, digital color
  • Date: 2005

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Summer of 1969, Italy. A year after May '68, FIAT workers began a dynamic and unmediated strike against their powerful boss. Their struggle marked the beginning of a decade of workers' and students' mobilizations and the rise of the Autonomy movement. It was characterized by many as the last invasion of the working class into the sky. Last ... let's hope until the next one ...



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