Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 45: Juba Apfvarzian Part 2

Juba Apfvarzian wakes inside his home, after spending years onboard The Floating Asylum. He has no memory of being released. He expects to see his wife and son, but his home has been looted and is full of broken furniture and dust. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Juba’s back story, set in Somalia (3999)

18 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 45: Juba Apfvarzian Part 2

  1. Really nice! Of course Juba is lovely, but I have to say I was really drawn to the wood in the background. The angles and repetition are fantastic!

    1. Hi Dom, thank you, yes there are loads of illustrations for The Floating Asylum, the best way to see them is to go to the first Floating Asylum story at this link. http://wp.me/pXe9M-bC which takes you to the first of four issues, based on what happens to Juba (And Alexand Merek) inside this rather nasty place! The other three Floating Asylum issues are linked at the top of the intro on that first story. There’s also a link to the illustrations on flickr at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/unboundboxeslimpinggods/5848743876/in/set-72157626592789427 which takes you through the whole floating asylum batch of drawings. Glad you like this issue! *Happy dancing* 😀

  2. What a beautiful blog you have, thank you for liking my post and following, I am now following too. Will check all the blog 😉

      1. Thanks, I a bit obsess with art ;), love you drawings and stories. I will have to read all from the beginning (of your blog) very interesting, your work is so inspiring too, very detailed.

  3. Amazing blog… I love the combination of illustration and the narratives.
    LOVE the detail in both! Roughly how long does it take you to complete an illustration?

  4. I must say, you can count me as one of your new followers! I love your work, and I know I’d love to see them publicized. I really hope you’ll manage to, as I am sure there’s quite a lot of us looking forward to seeing more. Of course, since I am new, I have quite a lot of catching up to do, but I promise I’ll read it all!

  5. I’ve been avoiding the floating asylum storyline for the most part, just to stick to this one. Should I be reading that first, or both in tandem, or does it matter?

    1. Hi Shane, it’s entirely up to you, but I’d recommend reading them in order (although this story is set to go on way into the new year) so if you fancy a trip into the future, the Floating Asylum is probably a good place to visit (not stay though :D)

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