The graphic novel Berlin by Jason Lutes depicts life during the rise of fascism in post-WWI Germany. Lutes discusses his development as a cartoonist—with inspiration from William Faulkner to Dungeons & Dragons, Wim Wenders to Star Wars—that culminated in the creation of a book The Guardian called “a modern classic.”
About Jason Lutes
Jason Lutes is a Vermont-based cartoonist and game designer who teaches at the Center for Cartoon Studies. Among his published work is the graphic novel Berlin, a portrait of the German city during the rise of fascism, which has been published in 15 different languages.
Image drawn by Jason Lutes
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