(W) Alejandro Jodorowsky (A) Francois Boucq
The playful collaboration of two masters of the medium, where the thoughts of one guided the hand of the other. The result is a unique blend of poetry and graphic storytelling. An exercise in imagination, Jodorowsky's Twisted Tales is the product of an artistic challenge born from a mutual love of word and image: Jodorowsky would write dozens of tales of beauty and brutality, wisdom and humor, and Boucq would expound upon and direct them through his illustrations. The resulting dialogue is a truly original piece of work, one where art is as entwined in the writing as lyrics in music.