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Six Faces of Dice; #1 of 6: Bitter Surprises, de Sepulveda, H. Campos. 17 págs. BN. PVP: $1.99
Tebeo de autores españoles publicado en inglés, se puede obtener en formato digital en su web


Bitter surprises introduction
Originally, “The Six Faces of a Dice” was a six short stories book written by Juan Sepúlveda Sanchis. They have now been adapted to comic format, executed by means of the technical expertise of designers Hernán Campos, Andrés Gimeno, and Alberto Tavira; They have been published by Studiocomix under the supervision of Alfonso Espinós and his creative team.

The first thing that must be said about 6 F.O.D is that, given the experimental nature of the stories, it its difficult to explain what the reader is going to find in this comic. Some of the stories could be thought to fit into genres as diverse as thriller or romance. However, when the reader begins to delve into the subsequent stories, he/she will quickly abandon this idea. It will gradually become more difficult to classify the stories. Puzzling arguments will arise on behalf of other genres and atmospheres that are dreamlike, surreal, nightmarish so the reader will be transported to a different world where nothing is what it seems.

The six stories will be published independently.

Synopsis Bitter Surprises (Face 1/6): In this unusual comic you will find a story that takes place deep in Spain; more specifically, in a place were no tourist would dare set foot. However, it is in this dark place that Aurelio, a sleazy pimp whose debts have driven him to extremes, operates best. To escape this predicament, Aurelio finds a lifeline in Kirill, a Russian citizen who does not care about the purpose of his actions. In carrying out his twisted plan, Aurelio doesn’t hesitate to bring harm upon himself, his accomplice, or anyone who gets in the way. But Aurelio doesn’t have all his bases covered, and fate has a surprise in store for him.

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