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Koren Shadmi
LOVE ADDICT

LOVE ADDICT


Heartbroken and lonely, K is pushed by his friend to join Lovebug – a popular dating site. He soon embarks on a journey searching for new love, but instead discovers that he is driven by an unquenched need for sexual conquest, cheap thrills and ceaseless stimulation.

'Skillful storytelling, an inviting cartoony style, and beautiful establishing shots all conspire to make LOVE ADDICT a deliciously compelling read.' - Joe Matt (Peepshow)







232 pages, Color, Top Shelf Comics, July 2016

LOVE ADDICT
THE ABADDON

THE ABADDON


A young man finds himself trapped in a bizarre apartment with a group of ill matched roommates. He quickly discovers that his new home doesn't adhere to any rational laws of nature, and poses a strange enigma - a puzzle he needs to solve in order to escape.

'Like nothing else in comics today' - CBR / Robot 6

'Every apartment has its quirks, but the spacious dig of webcomic The Abaddon would send even the most desperate urban dweller screaming for the suburbs.' - Lauren Davis, io9
240 pages, Color, Z2 Comics, November 12, 2015

THE ABADDON
MIKE'S PLACE

MIKE'S PLACE


At this blues bar on the Tel Aviv beachfront, an international cast of characters mingles with the locals, and everyone is welcome to grab a beer and forget the conflict outside. At least, that's the story Jack and Joshua want to tell in their documentary. 

'Shadmi’s illustrations really bring the Middle East to life, erasing from our minds the usual scenes the news highlights of rubble, guns, and chaos.' - Cameron Hatheway, Bleeding Cool

'An incredibly rich, absorbing and passionate account of a harrowing event and its aftermath.' - Steve Brodner (Freedom Fries)
192 pages, Black & White, First Second Books, 2015

MIKE'S PLACE
IN THE FLESH

IN THE FLESH


A graphic novel for the twenty-first-century featuring tales of tortured souls and tormented passion.

'Shadmi’s stories are strange and bleak, and they feature some dark sexual politics, but they’re compelling and memorable.' – Scott McCloud (Understanding Comics)

'In a genre whose artists routinely test all sorts of boundaries, In the Flesh, this debut collection obliterates them' - Kirkus Review

 

160 pages, Black & White, Villard, 2009

IN THE FLESH