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The Placebo Man Paperback – March 21, 2006
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Tomer's book comprises his strange and compelling stories from Alternative's Bipolar #1-5 and the Johnny Weissmuller tribute, "Elephant Graveyard," from the Jim Higgins-helmed New Thing: Identity anthology. Most of these black-and-white narratives are as realistic as a mouthful of bloody asphalt, yet flavored by elements (the talking cats in "Time Strips," the low-rent Trevanian conceit of "Zina & Me," the superheroic backstory of "Aquaflesh") of a transcendent surreality; each of the stories benefits from the artist's fine-line draftsmanship and sharp sense of timing; each of them will do interesting things to the inside of your head. --The Austin Chronicle
About the Author
Tomer Hanuka is an award-winning illustrator and regular contributor to many national magazines. His clients include Time Magazine, The New Yorker, Spin, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, MTV and Saatchi & Saatchi among others. He is the winner of multiple medals from the Society of Illustrators and the Society of Publication Designers, as well as American Illustration and Print Magazine. Tomer co-created Bipolar with his twin brother Asaf, for which he has been nominated for the Eisner, Harvey, and Ignatz awards. Tomer is based in London.
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~And the "story" is incoherent by any standard. In all, an entirely awful book. Why in the world would anyone want to publish such worthless crap? One star is far too generous but apparently required.