The first English-language publication of the works of late artist provocateur and cult sci-fi writer Izumi Suzuki, Terminal Boredom: Stories, is a difficult collection to summarise. We have post-apocalyptic dystopias, comic allegories involving transforming space beasts, grim satires of grim futures, and dream-like meditations on mental illness and dysfunctional relationships. What keeps the collection from […]
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