The Art of Failing Buddhism: A Collection of Introspective Comics

The Art of Failing Buddhism A Collection of Introspective Comics Witness the growth of an artist as he completely botches his quest to find enlightenment

  • Title: The Art of Failing Buddhism: A Collection of Introspective Comics
  • Author: Ryan Dow
  • ISBN: 9781451509717
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Paperback
  • Witness the growth of an artist as he completely botches his quest to find enlightenment.

    241 Comment

    • Mark McGinty says:

      Ryan Dow’s The Art of Failing Buddhism is not a comic filled with skintight spandex people slugging it out above giant cities but is about the quiet heroism of maintaining a positive outlook in a world that seems Hell-bent on growing more grim with each hour. This good-natured collection of shorts brings our subconscious to the forefront as it follows an average, everyday man who prefers the solitude of his thoughts to the mass media and clogged city streets of daily life. This quiet and deepl [...]

    • Steven Elliott says:

      A quick read of comics about a man with a little introspective glance at himself. Nothing overly profound, the cartoons are charming in their simplicity and while Buddha appears and offers some sage words, it's about the main character finding some peace with himself. Interested to see where this comic goes further.

    • Ann says:

      Interesting and insightful! I enjoyed it. I don't know much about reading comics, and I feel like "The Art of Failing Buddhism" was a good introduction to the art beyond the funny pages.

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