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  1. Rohan at the Louvre (Louvre Collection)
    Rohan at the Louvre (Louvre Collection)
    Rohan at the Louvre (Louvre Collection)
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  2. Rohan at the Louvre (Louvre Collection)

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    Customer Ratings (28 reviews)
    Price R747.00

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Stunning illustrations depict an original fantasy story in this captivating graphic novel. As Rohan, a young Japanese manga artist, is drawing, he meets a mysterious, beautiful woman who tells him of a cursed 200-year-old painting. The painting was created using the blackest ink ever known, which came from a 1,000-year-old tree that the painter had cut down without the approval of the Emperor. The painter was executed for this, but the painting was saved from destruction by a curator of the Louvre. A decade later, Rohan visits Paris and asks the museum to unearth the painting from deep within its archives—but he is completely unprepared for the power of the curse he has unleashed.

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Hirohiko Araki
NBM Publishing
NBM Publishing
NBM Publishing
NBM Publishing
Most Helpful Customer Reviews

I'm a huge fan of Hirohiko Araki and his comics, so when I heard that Rohan at the Louvre was being published in English, there was no question I'd buy it; in fact, I already had it in the Japanese magazine serialization and the hardcover French edition. It's a five-star for me, or for several other groups of people, but there are some problems with this volume regardless.

It's a gorgeous volume; the hardcover binding isn't too hard or too flimsy-feeling, like a nicer picture book. The printing quality is excellent, and while the author is known and loved for occasionally garish color use, the beautiful coloration on the interior pages is soft and dreamy, with colors reminiscent of early 1900s children's books accented with splashes of blacks and brights. If you're a fan of Hirohiko Araki's art, you want this regardless of whether or not you like the story as the single most inexpensive "artbook" you'll ever find.

The story is a decent standalone; its themes are... Read more
I loved this book. "Rohan at the Louvre" reminds me of a Poe poem brought to life, almost the Casque of Amontilado, this time, the Art of Araki brings the same intense feeling of dread, release, and love lost.

The art is stunning, and the story is evocative of much, much, more. The question of what art is, is central to the story. What emotion does art evoke in its' viewers? What inspired the art? What part does the art play in history? The last painting by Nizaemon was so much more, was a mystery unlike any other. Reading this reminds me of the Black Museum radio series, actually, this could be an episode of such.

The book is a good example of exactly why NBM has risen to the top of the graphic novel realm. Their Papercutz products are award winning, and these should be too.

This comes highly recommended for art (almost Gil Kanish), story telling, and the international favor it brings to our book shelves.

Tim Lasiuta
I'm very pleased with Rohan at the Louvre. I've always been a big fan of JoJo, so when I heard that it was coming out in English, I was ecstatic. The discount and early shipping were just icing on the cake. There are a handful of minor grammatical errors, but nothing that will prevent one from enjoying this unique little story. Hirohiko Araki is the patron saint of illustration combined with tension-building storytelling and just plain weird stuff.
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