Book Review: Taxidermied: The Art of Roman Dirge – Author Roman Dirge

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Book: Taxidermied: The Art of Roman Dirge HC Writer: Roman Dirge Artist: Roman Dirge Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: September 2011 Pages: 112 Price: $34.95 “A stunning full-color celebration of the eye-catchingly original artwork creator Roman Dirge, the first anthology of his work available anywhere. This lavish hardback includes an introduction and background commentary information on the imagery by Dirge himself, plus previously unpublished artwork, covers and strips, and paintings. The book also includes fold-out … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lenore – Cooties – Author Roman Dirge

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Well, after having the pleasure of reviewing his first 2 volume releases, what more can you say about Roman Dirge’s creation that defies logic and living? I mean when your a cartoon character I suppose there are no rules and should be treated as such. Though even in the cartoon world of the non-living, the sickened, the stuffed, the deformed, the inanimate there must be some kind of order? I think not, and that that’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lenore Wedgies – Author Roman Dirge

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ElecLENORE: WEDGIES (COLOR EDITION) (HARDCOVER) Written by Roman Dirge Published by Titan Books Publication Date: 2010 Format: Color – 128 pages Price: $17.95 Lenore, Lenore….call it a guilty pleasure. Or maybe a childish Goth in us all. Or maybe it’s just the morbid fascination of this little cute but deadly cartoon. I think she echoes a certain sense in us all. Call it dark, funny, sick, twisted, charming, adoring, trendy, unique or just damn hilarious. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lenore Noogies – Author Roman Dirge

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Lenore Noogies Written by Roman Dirge Published by Titan Books Publication Date: 2009 Format: Color – 128 pages (Hardcover) Price: $17.95 Lenore is a fine guilty pleasure. Let’s forget that this comic / book collection would make every goth practitioner drool. Let’s forget that it’s wonderfully morbid and tastefully sick. Let’s forget that it’s simple, artsy and to the point. Let’s also forget that is just plain friggin hilarious. On second thought let’s not ….cause … Continue reading

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