Graphic Novel Depicts Surreal North Korea Guy Delisle's new graphic novel Pyongyang documents the two months he spent overseeing cartoon production in North Korea. Delisle's images depict his sense of the obedience of North Korean citizens to their government and the bleakness of his surroundings.
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Graphic Novel Depicts Surreal North Korea

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Graphic Novel Depicts Surreal North Korea

Graphic Novel Depicts Surreal North Korea

Graphic Novel Depicts Surreal North Korea

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Bonus audio of Delisle describing one of the few places his guide would allow him to go, North Korea's Friendship Museum

Audio will be available later today.

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