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Skin

£7.99

Product description

"SKIN - The raw controversial story of a Thalidomide victim.

SKIN - An angry and violent book, a tragedy shot through with bitter humour.

SKIN - is Martin Atchitson's story: some of his mates called him a spatic - most of them called him Martin 'Atchet. He was a SKIN

SKIN - Banned before publication. Rejected by other publishers who thought it 'Too Disturbing'."

Adults only graphic novel about a thalidomide skinhead.

From Wikipedia:
"Skin is a 48-page graphic novel written by Peter Milligan, created and drawn by Brendan McCarthy and colored by Carol Swain. It tells the story of a young skinhead, Martin Atchitson, who grew up in 1970s London with thalidomide-related birth defects. Milligan has said the story partially addresses "universal themes of major companies shafting people, and corruption in terms of drugs and mass marketing.""

Good condition but slight water damage to bottom causing very slight wrinkling.

Item details

Author(s):
Milligan, Peter; McCarthy, Brendan; Swain, Carol
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1992
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1858090008
ISBN-13:
9781858090009
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Tundra

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"SKIN - The raw controversial story of a Thalidomide victim.

SKIN - An angry and violent book, a tragedy shot through with bitter humour.

SKIN - is Martin Atchitson's story: some of his mates called him a spatic - most of them called him Martin 'Atchet. He was a SKIN

SKIN - Banned before publication. Rejected by other publishers who thought it 'Too Disturbing'."

Adults only graphic novel about a thalidomide skinhead.

From Wikipedia:
"Skin is a 48-page graphic novel written by Peter Milligan, created and drawn by Brendan McCarthy and colored by Carol Swain. It tells the story of a young skinhead, Martin Atchitson, who grew up in 1970s London with thalidomide-related birth defects. Milligan has said the story partially addresses "universal themes of major companies shafting people, and corruption in terms of drugs and mass marketing.""

Good condition but slight water damage to bottom causing very slight wrinkling.

Author(s):
Milligan, Peter; McCarthy, Brendan; Swain, Carol
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1992
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1858090008
ISBN-13:
9781858090009
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Tundra

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