Anywhere But Here

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Anywhere But Here
  • Miki Tori
  • English
  • 22 May 2017
  • 1560976306

About the Author: Miki Tori

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Anywhere But Here book, this is one of the most wanted Miki Tori author readers around the world.

Anywhere But Here Tori Miki has won awards for his essays, screenplays and manga, including the prestigious Bunshun Manga Award With four best selling volumes released to date, the comic strip series Anywhere But Here is one of his greatest successes Running weekly in Japan s TV Bros, a respected magazine of television and media criticism, Anywhere But Here is a wordless comic strip that could perhaps best be described as Monty Python meets The far Side meets Zen humor Miki s unnamed lead character modelled after himself works as a bookstore owner but somehow finds himself entangled with aliens, alternate realities, and other mysterious disturbances in the space time continuum Like Gary Larson s The Far Side, Anywhere But Here is can leave you scratching your head in bemusement almost as often as it makes you laugh, but we ve selected the very best of his first two volumes for this special collection, printed in an elegant two color edition. New Read [ Anywhere But Here ] Author [ Miki Tori ] –

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10 thoughts on “Anywhere But Here

  1. Jef says:

    This is a serial comic strip by one of the legends of comics in Japan Tori Miki The visual style is sparse but perfectly suited to the content The content tends towards the surreal and the humor is extremely Japanese in the sense that it is fundamentally connected by subtle or strong references to Japanese pop and cultural history expect to not get all the jokes unless you re a native However anyone with an open brain and who is wil...

  2. Tim says:

    This is probably the third time I have gone through this book Each page is a usually nine panel comic based off of visual gags Some of the comics are the most brilliant, hilarious things I have ever seen, some of them make no sense whatsoever, and many are a little bit of both.

  3. Michael says:

    My shop got a free copy of this book, and since I m the only regular customer who might be interested, it wound up in my bin And it was free, so why not Anywhere But Here is a series of one page, 9 panel gag strips It s Japanese in origin, although the art style is definitelynewspaper strip than traditional manga, but the references are still sometimes impossible for me to grasp If I w...

  4. Jeff Lewonczyk says:

    Pure dada surrealism, Japanese style Nine silent panels per page, and it s up to you to make any sense out of them Clean lines, clear thinking, aimed at obscure ends I was in heaven on every page.

  5. Nick DeMarco says:

    I was raised on the far side, and it s always had a big influence on me, but this has replaced it as my favorite comic strip of all time Surreal, moving confounding, while staying subtle and effortless It s also I think the best example of the same kind of enthusiastic malaise ...

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  7. Peacegal says:

    3.5 stars This comic relies on bizarre visual gags A few of the comics seem to relate experiences that are unique to Japanese culture.