Russian Scanlations Of American Comics Show Real Design Sense

Recently, Bleeding Cool featured a letter from a Russian comic book pirate, requesting unlettered art files from Skullkickers creator Jim Zubavich, so that he could create Russian language translation illegal copies of the Skullkickers comic.

So how widespread is this sort of thing? And how valuable would unlettered files be in such a context? Well this might give you an idea… here are how certain American comics appear in Russia after they have been pirated…

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Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.
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