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le pingouink (Now in English) by J Jack Unrau | art by Alison Froese

Pronounced "Ping-Goo-Wink," this reimagining of the traditional "family with penguin" story took the imaginary-French speaking world by storm in 1987. Now released in English for the first time, it's 97% less pretentious.
... Read It Now!
kate wiens's Review of le pingouink (Now in English)
In this review the author aims to prove the superiority of this comic using deconstructionalist theory. Her sources, like the comic, are also Now in English, from the original french comics. Wait, Derida never made comics. He should have looked into that.
This is superior comic for two reasons: it is excellent, and really excellent. In theory, one could say that it is only excellent. But that would be to ignore the complete excellence of it. In the final analysis, it is truly excellent. So lets celebrate by all going out and buying the same burger. ... read it now!




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