Miklos’ Adventures
• Hungary

Written and illustrated by Istvan Buzay
Translated by Can Ran


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THE STORY

Much to the bewilderment of Chinese people, Western dragons tend to be evil, fire-breathing creatures—not exactly the life-bringing, auspicious totems found in China… In Hungary, these monsters are even worse: they have twelve heads, and they gobble up the sun, the moon and the stars! Thankfully, a courageous young champion appears to teach them a few things, and marry a princess to boot. Istvan Buzay made use of typical Hungarian colours and graphic styles to design a stunning multicoloured work, full of visual boldness and humour.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Istvan Buzay Born in Budapest, Istvan Buzay graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, where he also obtained a post-graduate degree in painting. Noted for the distinctive style of his artwork, dramatic and featuring strong visual references to Eastern European graphic traditions, Istvan has already published a great many illustrations, collaborating with both magazines and publishing houses.
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