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Pixies of the Sixties: We Can Work It Out

Pixies of the Sixties: We Can Work It Out

Current price: $22.99
Publication Date: November 21st, 2023
Publisher:
Humanoids, Inc.
ISBN:
9781643375120
Pages:
120
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Description

Great Britain in the swinging sixties–The Beatles are taking the music charts by storm, the pop-culture revolution has gripped the nation’s youth…and human and fairies live uneasily, side-by-side.

Two tales of modern folklore from contemporary comics masters!

Carrie: As the only woman working at the Daily Telegraph, Carrie Mallinson is determined to become London’s first prominent female reporter. But after being assigned to a complicated murder investigation, the plucky journalist quickly uncovers hidden truths about her past and evidence of a terrifying force within the fairy world that challenges her certainties and makes her reconsider her priorities at the paper...

Amar: Sidelined at Scotland Yard following the racist blunder of a colleague, Sergeant Amar Singh–a young policeman of Indian origins–finds himself reassigned to the department’s underfunded fairy division. There, his investigation into the murder of a young fairy soon sets him on the trail of an odious trafficking ring, revealing a dark conspiracy that threatens to shatter both human and fairy alike…

About the Author

Alice Geslin is a French writer. 

Born in 1989 in the south of France, Harry Bozino studied cinema in Paris and New York. After working as an assistant on some feature films, he wrote and directed several clips and short films, including La Vieillesse Dans La Peau and Le Dernier Noël, which will be broadcast on OCS, Ciné + and in many festivals in Europe. In 2014, he won the 48 Hour Film Project contest and went to Paris for the international final in Los Angeles. The same year, he produced and directed Playground, a short film in partnership with the Canon brand. In 2017, he realized a childhood dream by embarking on the comic book scene at Humanoids. He adapted the work of Julia Verlanger (Planètes Orphelines) and the novel Point Zero by Antoine Tracqui. Harry also works as a cinematographer, screenwriter and director for the internet and television. Passionate about traveling, he directed in 2017 and 2018 a series of very short films on the theme of adventure and travel. The first episode, "Namaste, A Journey Through Nepal," was shot in the Himalayas and the second, Avannaq, in Greenland.