A limited edition single volume of the long-running manga One Piece is being billed as the longest book in existence.
Priced at €1,900 (£1,640), the book isn’t credited to Eiichiro Oda, the writer and artist behind One Piece, which has been serialised in Japanese magazine Shōnen Jump every week since 1997. It is being sold instead as the work of Ilan Manouach, the multidisciplinary artist who has designed the limited edition volume, which is titled ONEPIECE.
Manouach’s piece came about because of the “profusion of available online content and the rampant digitisation of the comics industry” which “challenges the state-of-the-art of comics craftsmanship”, according to his publisher. “Ilan Manouach’s ONEPIECE proposes to shift the understanding of digital comics from a qualitative examination of the formal possibilities of digital comics to a quantitative reappraisal of ‘comics as Big Data’.
is that a challenge , I feel this is a challenge...
Can't read it ? Not a book? Something else ?
Not my life story is it
I still have my copy of ' poor fellow my country ' by herbet which was printed on a very flimsy paper and was reputed to be the longest novel printed in Australia and yes I did finish it but admit skipping a ' few' chapters
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