Batman by Dostoyevsky

I’ve started reading Dostoyevsky’s ‘Crime and Punishment’ several times, but, while I appreciate the peculiar effect the book generates, I’ve never been able to get further than about one third. Luckily I won’t have to try anymore, since R. Sikoryak has remade the book in the style of an old-school Batman comic. Behold the adventures of Raskol!

I notice that R. Sikoryak has adapted many other masterpieces of literature. Action Camus! Crypt of Brontë! Good news for people like me who lack the mental fortitude to read anything with more than ten pages. Soon I can impress women at cocktail parties with my knowledge of literachur.

(Forgot where I found the original link, sorry.)

Comments 1

  1. Stephane wrote:

    Then, I can only recommand “Action Philosophers”, a great comic about philosophers, from Plato (who, I learned in there, was a pro wrestler) to Ayn Rand and more.

    Posted 22 Sep 2007 at 9:58