It involves a comic book Lindsey Wixson, engineered by Nick Knight, the traditional speech bubbles replaced by iPhone-style message captions written by Perez Hilton. There’ll be those who fix that combination gimmicky, but then it’s refreshing for a cover to do something different – something that mixes the current popularity of dark, graphic novels and big screen comics with the classic pop art of Roy Lichtenstein.

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Styled by Katy England, Wixson’s comic book cover is a bit like pop art through the eyes of Frank Miller or Robert Rodriguez. May you live in interesting times? Indeed we do.

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