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A genre-splicing collaboration between a neuroscientist and a comics artist (who also happens to study neuroscience) about the way our brains work.

Welcome to "Neurocomic," a visually captivating adventure through the brain. "Neurocomic" is populated by quirky creatures, bizarre landscapes and famous neuroscientists. Our nameless protagonist evades vindictive colossal squid, negotiates mysterious trap doors, battles Boschean narcotic demons and navigates forests of neurons to take you on an enrapturing journey through the most complex organic structure in the universe.

"Neurocomic" makes a baffling, mysterious subject approachable for the layman but it's also a wonderful object in its own right, one that cries out to be picked up and read.

Produced in association with the Wellcome Trust, the largest medical charity in the world, "Neurocomic" is a wonderful introduction to the complexities of the brain.

Dr. Hana Ros obtained her PhD from the University of Oxford in 2007 and has been working as a neuroscientist ever since. Alongside her professional practice, Ros is an avid storyteller and always makes time to pursue personal projects, such as her growing body of narrative work and documentary film. "Neurocomic" is her first graphic novel with Nobrow.

Matteo Farinella divides his life between art and science, working towards a PhD in neuroscience at University College London by day and drawing comics at night. He often combines the two in graphic journalism and scientific illustrations. "Neurocomic" is his first graphic novel and neuroscience his subject of choice.

About Hana Ros

Dr. Hana Ros obtained her PhD from the University of Oxford in 2007 and has been working as a neuroscientist ever since. Alongside her professional practice, Hana is an avid storyteller and always makes time to pursue personal projects, such as her growing body of narrative work and documentary film. Neurocomic is her first graphic novel with Nobrow. Matteo Farinella divides his life between art and science, working towards a PhD in neuroscience at University College London by day and drawing comics at night. He often combines the two in graphic journalism and scientific illustrations. Neurocomic is his first graphic novel and neuroscience his subject of choice.

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Author : Hana Ros
Publisher : Nobrow Press
Data Published : 14 January 2014
ISBN : 1907704701
EAN : 9781907704703
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 128 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    A genre-splicing collaboration between a neuroscientist and a comics artist (who also happens to study neuroscience) about the way our brains work.

    Welcome to "Neurocomic," a visually captivati