60 pages -- Risograph printed -- saddle stitched
Antoine Cossé’s latest short comic J.1137 is the surreal tale of an android actor’s brush with revolutionary terrorists, commenting on cinema, fame, architecture and reality in the process. Originally from Paris, France, Cossé has had several comics published in European and North American anthologies and released his first graphic novel Kiddo in 2012.
"A peerless example of that black-and-white-art-movie-in-a-language-you-don’t-speak ambiance, Cosse’s album length book is remarkable for just how luxuriously cerebral it makes a story about robot celebrities evading government assassins feel." - Matt Seneca
"J.1137 successfully demonstrates the diverse potential of the comics form, as Cossé’s fearless style explores and expands upon the accepted norms of the medium." - Jessica Lee
J.1137 was printed by Risograph at Victory Press in London.