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The Red Diary: The Re(a)d Diary Flipbook Hardcover – August 28, 2012
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The Red Diary: Teddy Kristiansen has written and painted a masterwork of subtle tragedy, a poignant mystery for a French audience where delicate, subtle brushstrokes merely complement the words rather than tell the story. To be concise, a mystery is slowly unravelled through three diaries. To say more would be criminal.
The R(e)ad Diary: Steven Seagle has "translated" the work for American audiences without knowing a word of French. What he created is as vastly different from the tale as a symphony is from a teardrop. Alien, introspective (and missing the point completely) but ultimately worth the effort, Seagle's tale takes the abstract images and makes them concrete to form a narrative of a man at odds with himself.
This volume combines both tales in a flip fashion: one story lies opposite the other, a perfect package.