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Preview: Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption

Posted: October 29, 2009

Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption is a comics anthology launching at Comica ‘09, which aims to highlight corruption as both the cause of poverty and a barrier to overcoming it. Edited by Paul Gravett (Comica Director), John Dunning and Emma Pettit, Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption will feature 96 pages of more than 20 unique illustrated tales and will be available to buy for £4.99 online at Ctrl.Alt.Shift and all good comic retailers from November. Below are a sample of pages and cover and more details about the anthology can be found here.


Cover by Laura Oldfield Ford


Black Holes by Dave McKean


The Ayatollah’s Son: Stars by Pat Mills & Lee O’Connor


Cité Soleil by Adele Austin & Woodrow Phoenix


My World by Dylan Horrocks


Empire Of Odd by Daniel Merlin Goodbrey
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