Three Fingers (2020)

Three Fingers Rich Koslowski Three Fingers Through a series of never before seen interviews and rare photos documentary maker Rich Koslowski reveals the horrifying true story behind the Cartoon industry and our most celebrated cartoon actors
  • Title: Three Fingers
  • Author: Rich Koslowski
  • ISBN: 9781891830310
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
Three Fingers Rich Koslowski Through a series of never before seen interviews and rare photos, documentary maker Rich Koslowski reveals the horrifying true story behind the Cartoon industry and our most celebrated cartoon actors the story that Hollywood doesn t want you to see Told in the style of a Ken Burns documentary, with interviews of toon stars today as well as historical file footage ofThrough a series of never before seen interviews and rare photos, documentary maker Rich Koslowski reveals the horrifying true story behind the Cartoon industry and our most celebrated cartoon actors the story that Hollywood doesn t want you to see Told in the style of a Ken Burns documentary, with interviews of toon stars today as well as historical file footage of the early years, you will forever rethink those beloved characters in the white gloves.
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  1. Sam Quixote

    Rich Koslowski s Three Fingers is an alternate history of movie toons characters like Mickey Mouse, Porky Pig, etc all with their names changed of course from the Golden Age of Hollywood presented as a documentary talking heads style comic And it suuuuuuuuuuuuucks This is the book familiar toon character say, Foghorn Leghorn or Bugs Bunny looks very aged and is usually hooked up to an iron lung or has a handler nearby because they re so frail They talk about how shitty the movie business is Repe [...]

  2. Darren Cormier

    Perfect send up of both the formulaic documentary style structure of True Hollywood Stories type shows and the family oriented image of Walt Disney The manufactured conspiracies and drama of these shows is unveiled through its use of eyewitness photographs , usually nothing than a a blurry image with a vague reflection of the subject they are trying to cover I can t imagine this book would have been published in the 80s, when the Disney monolith was at is family image zenith, and they went to a [...]

  3. Matt Eldridge

    A darkly hud alternate history mockumentary dramedy of the golden age of Hollywood and its cartoon stars, this was a really good read The closet thing the book has to a main character would be Rickey Rat and Dizzy Walters due to having the most impact on the events of the book Rickey is the most sympathetic character for what the book holds in its later pages.The conspiracy, described in the book as Walter s rival studios, was to replicate the lightning in the bottle success of Rickey which is p [...]

  4. Ciara

    If you re fairly new to the world of graphic novels, and your knowledge of comics begins and ends with Batman, Superman, and Spider Man then Three Fingers will surprise and delight you If, on the other hand, you re an avid comic book reader, and you know that graphic novels can span a broad range of subject matter and artistic styles Three Fingers will likely still surprise and delight you Rich Koslowski brings his considerable skill as an artist and writer to this quirky tale of Toon dom Writte [...]

  5. Chris

    As I have said before, I m not one to do graphic novels here mainly because it feels like cheating I can put one of those away in an afternoon, so it s a good way of padding the list For that reason, I ll only mention them here if they re something I really think y all should read.This is definitely one that you should all read.We all grew up watching cartoons Mickey, Donald, Bugs and all them and we all loved them Some cartoons made it big, and some did not But they all had one thing in common, [...]

  6. Aaron Ishmael

    The cover and overall plotline hooked me Did you ever wonder why cartoon stars only had 3 fingers Definitely enjoyed Rich Koslowski s dark twisted Hollywood Story to Success parody Pretty cool Many people would get the Toons he s bringing the life, but carefully not infringing on copyrighted materialke Ricky Rat , Buggy Bunny , Dapper Duck Especially like how we intertwined the story with actual historical events coverups like JFK, Martin Luther King Jr, Marilyn Monroe, and just in general how t [...]

  7. Olga

    This comic book makes you wonder why and if all cartoon characters you love have three fingers Written and drawn as a documentary this comic book introduces something new to the genre This specific way of telling a story as short interviews, fragments of newspaper articles and real pictures makes it really interesting and gives it a feel of a story based on true events.It is a parody of animation and cartoon industry even though all the names and titles are changed you can easily guess which pro [...]

  8. Topher

    One of the weirdest books I ve ever read, and I ve read The Sugar Frosted Nutsack Definitely worth reading It s the best graphic novel mockumentary send up of a Who Framed Roger Rabbit style parallel universe Hollywood history Disney Warner Bros spoof Cronenberg style body horror novel I ve ever read.

  9. Dave Riley

    Great idea of course what s behind the three fingers of animated cartoon characters The story is bent to a historical chronology and mirrors the work of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse But ultimately, it s all a bit shallow, although the delivery the layout, format, pitch is superb It was one helluva surprize when the book ended It ran out of puff and just stopped So I m disappointed.

  10. George Marshall

    The central premise that the characters in cartoon films are real and exist in our own world in an oppressed underclass called Toons is so clearly derived from Who Framed Roger Rabbit that I find it hard to credit Koslowski for the three fingered theme which is genuinely original It s a shame because it is beautifully drawn and could be a great comic Oh well

  11. Amal El-Mohtar

    Amazingly well done I kind of wish the text boxes hadn t overlapped with the images as much as they did it seemed like a deliberate stylistic choice I couldn t figure out a reason for but elsewise it was just brilliant Such intelligent slow creeping horror spun out of childhood cartoons.

  12. Christian Lipski

    A real documentary of the rise of movies starring Toons Rickey Rat goes from being a piano player in the Toon part of town to a famous movie star, but dark rumors haunt him and the Dizzy Walters studio It s well done, and really affecting.

  13. J.

    It takes a particularly perverse writer to do a graphic novel documentary about the dark side of old cartoon characters It has a nice, creepy feel and I really enjoyed it But I don t think I would recommend it to many people.

  14. Keith Davis

    I absolutely loved this funny and smart graphic novel Koslowski s takes on the aging Warner Bros characters are excellent, particularly Bugs and Foghorn Leghorn Finally we understand why all cartoon characters have only three fingers on each hand.

  15. Patrick

    A darkly humorous send up documentary of Disney s cartoon universe Very well written It is sad to see our beloved characters in such a sad alternate universe

  16. Wes Young

    Disney Warner Bros lore in a psuedo history of what might have been Think Roger Rabbit meets Marvels It s interesting than it is entertaining.

  17. Jim

    the perfect graphic novel each word matters, each drawing is essential each time i reread it there is something new.

  18. Josh Newhouse

    Creepy and weird but at times oddly captivating Worth a borrow if you are interested in something different

  19. Sarah

    Really interesting sort of alternate story of Disney and Mickey Mouse Really liked it Wanted it to go on longer.

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