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Dean Cripps is a regular guy who just wants to order a nice hot curry from waiter Raju Dhawan until Kali goddess of death rips through the Star of the East rest 12 stars ROGAN GOSH is basically everything I wanted THE INCAL to be psychedelic mind expanding hurtling through multiple levels of reality at once Although nowhere near as well known Milligan McCarthy surpass Jodorowsky Moebius on almost every front crafting a dizzyingly complex feat of simultaneous storytelling and myth making that s also radically distilled into 60 pages

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Rogan Gosh

Aurant and ruins everything Propelled into a futuristic India Dean and Raju encounter exotic Hindu deities sex magic weird reincarnation opium dens Rudyard Kipl A little bit of Cities of the Red Night and a little bit of Michael Moorcock and entirely Milligan and McCarthy It is an ambiguous telling of several twisted souls whose stories merge in a hallucinatory montage that renders the reader confused as to the real plot The real uestion here is who s dreaming whoRudyard Kipling guilt ridden about the suicide of a servant boy with whom he had improper relations goes to the House of Smoke He descends into a drug haze and dreams He finds Rogan Gosh a karmanaut who takes on the bad karma of others and commissions his servicesRaju a waiter of the Star of the East an Indian eatery encounters customer Dean Cripps who is heartbroken over a recent break up Their world is ripped apart by relentlessly pursuing hallucinatory visions with Hanuman the monkey god as their unreliable tour guide The Boy is missing his girlfriend He reads a comic book about the adventures of Rogan Gosh karmanaut He experiences a brightly swathed descent into depressionTheir tales bleed into each other and roles are exchanged stolen shared Always the Ditko and Vedic Buddhist mythology inspired art of Brendan McCarthy tells as much story as the Milligan words Of everybody running from something trying to find something that they do not exactly findIT is a story about lives within Maya You live to forget and forget to live You ride the wheel of karma for countless lives on a rising and falling helix When you do break through you break through the white noise of Life and its temptations Like the television channel left to static It is nothingness but abstract forms rise Such is the nature of reality

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Ing and the mysterious House of Smoke In short the world of Rogan Gosh A psychedelic journey to find enlightenment truth and the finest Indian cuisine US Editio To say I like or dislike the book seems a little beyond the point Even saying I understood this book or didn t seems past it I suppose the only thing to say is I experienced this book repeatedly and didn t dislike the experienceRogan Gosh is one of those psychedelic mindfucks that we have grown accustomed to at the hands of someone like Grant Morrison who does it uite well In the hands of Milligan McCarthy it s handled ably but too often comes off as a little too self aware It s fun and I appreciate the attempt at trying to turn us on to Indian comics but really this just ends up kind of an Eastern Jerry Cornelius adventure Not that that s bad but it means I wouldn t recommend this book to anyone but old heads


10 thoughts on “Rogan Gosh

  1. says:

    Rogan Gosh The Acid Masala Curry ComicRogan Gosh is designed to be as incomprehensible to the reader as the original dish must have been for M

  2. says:

    If you're like me and we have no reason to think you aren't then you're a big fan of everyone's favorite Britis

  3. says:

    12 stars ROGAN GOSH is basically everything I wanted THE INCAL to be psychedelic mind expanding hurtling through multiple levels of re

  4. says:

    A little bit of Cities of the Red Night and a little bit of Michael Moorcock and entirely Milligan and McCarthy It is an ambiguous telling of several twisted souls whose stories merge in a hallucinatory montage that renders the reader confused as to the real plot The real uestion here is who's dreaming whoRudyard Kipling

  5. says:

    I'm looking at a 1984 comic called Strange Days that I found while moving some boxes I remember thinking when I bought this in high school it was the best comic book I had ever seen and expressed every idea I had had up to that point but in a way I could never hope to achieve I think I am having a similiar experi

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    I get the feeling like everything here was done in genuine good faith and a desire to imitate a certain styleBut it all felt very let's say racialized rather than homage y It felt an awful lot like much of it was very reductive The idea that Indian food is spicy and foreign is a really central idea I'm not sure I liked the idea that the story was happening on so many levels either but that's not a dealbreaker

  7. says:

    Maybe Milligan knew what was going on but I think not too many other did not Maybe I should have taken some drugs to understand this but that is way too much effort for a comicJust crap this was

  8. says:

    To say I like or dislike the book seems a little beyond the point Even saying I understood this book or didn't seems past it I suppose the only thing to say is I experienced this book repeatedly and didn't dislike the experienceRogan Gosh is one of those psychedelic mindfucks that we have grown accustomed to at t

  9. says:

    Most of the comic is incomprehensible the result of intertwining 67 different stories and trying to fit them all into 50 pages of com

  10. says:

    welcome to neither nor you ain't; we ain't

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