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Geometria dell'apocalisse (1999)
Marco Abate (writer) / R. Bogagni (artist)
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Italian comic book whose title translates as "Geometry of the Apocalypse".

Contributed by Marco Abate

A (definitely not successful, if I may say so myself) attempt of mixing fractals, impossible murders, racial issues, voodoo gods and the wonderful city of Venice. Remember the city, and forget this story.

Published in Lazarus Ledd 68, Star Comics, Perugia, 1999, 95 pp

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