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A Hip Metaphysical Exploration Of Life, Love, Friendship, Punk Rock, Blowing Things Up And The Art Of Meditation.It S Auckland, New Zealand October, 1994 And A Group Of Anarchist Punks Have Hatched A Plan To Sabotage The Opening Of A Multinational Fastfood Restaurant, Bobo S , By Blowing The Building Sky High Come Opening Time Chopstick Has Been Given The Unenviable Task Of Setting The Bomb In The Restaurant The Night Before The Opening, But When He Is Separated From His Accomplice, Tracy, The Night Takes An Unexpected Turn.As They Search The City Streets For Each Other In The Hope Of Making Their Rendezvous On Time, A Series Of Fateful Meetings And Events From Their Past Conspire Against Them, Forcing The Friends To Deal With Than Just The Mission At Hand.As The Story Unfolds, It Becomes Clear That There Is At Stake Here Than Was First Realised, And That The Outcome Of The Night S Events Will Change All Of Their Lives In Ways They Never Could Have ImaginedThe Dharma Punks Is A 384 Page, Eight Part Comic Which Has Received Rave Reviews And Won The Eric Awards 2003 Best Serialised Comic And The Eric Awards 2004 The Gotham Comics Staedtler NZ Award For Best Comic. The Dharma Punks

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10 thoughts on “The Dharma Punks

  1. says:

    The art is marvellous the only thing better is the narrative And it s weird, because for a story about anarchist terrorists blowing up a multi national fast food restaurant chain while pursued by murderous skinheads, it s a small, quiet, domestic narrative about mate ship, and the meaning of life, and making families you choose yourself Although it would technically fail the Bechdel test, the female characters are wonderful vivid and un

  2. says:

    This gripping graphic novel follows a group of New Zealand punks, as they grapple with identity, loss, idealism, and the temptations of violence The style is raw, the feelings are vivid Christine Rofrom The Best Books We Read In June 2017

  3. says:

    This has to be one of my favorite books of the year, so far Andy Brown, the publisher of Conundrum, told me that they were describing this as New Zealand Love s answer to Love Rockets I had thought of that as I was reading the book, originally, but now it makes perfect sense to me And it isn t just the punk connection This is a complex and sophisticated story, with Sang manipulat...

  4. says:

    This is the story of Chopstick a young asian punk in Auckland NZ in the eighties It follows a dramatic night on the streets with punks, skinheads, goths and direct action activists The art is beautiful, inky and poignant Sometimes the women look too old cos of the style and sometimes the characters look too alike The movement and scenery and clothing is really well done though I thought the characters were lacking, none of them were really flesh

  5. says:

    Spectacular work from a New Zealand creator Ant Sang collecting an 8 issue series from 2001 2003 If all New Zealand comics creators are as good as Ant Sang and Dylan Horrocks, I need to move to New Zealand.

  6. says:

    A great story representative of New Zealand where it was written You can feel a connection with the characters as though they are real people.

  7. says:

    I really loved this and can see why it was so popular, the story is wild and fun and the philosophical discussions were really cool and interesting I just wish the characters were easier to distinguish the brush and ink style made for beautiful artworks but I think also contributed to all of the characters having v similar faces as well as all being punks, so dressed v alike and it made it hard to follow the story sometimes esp in the flashbacks Overall

  8. says:

    2.5The art was good, but not enough detail in the story Did love the character of Mewt though.

  9. says:

    Too intro to nihilism for me but I quite liked it.

  10. says:

    This was a sucker punch back to my late teens Replace Auckland with 1990s Christchurch and it is exactly right The intensity, the beauty, the plans to change the world The sanctuary in an abandoned cemetery, a park at night, the botanical gardens after hours The artwork threw me back to grungy student flats with Dead Kennedys posters on the walls and Noam Chomsky books on the coffee table, nights on New Brighton beach, the sea and the stars It s wrenching and bea

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