As a boy Anum Anzeti encountered a man who claimed he was a future version of himself. See issue 19: Anum Anzeti. The man seemed mad, and Anum dismissed him as a local lunatic. By the age of twenty five, Anum enrolled as a curator in Cairo Museum. He never married, his work was so consuming, and he grew older, until at the age of eighty he was approached by a young man called Georges De Somme. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
8 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 109: Anum Anzeti Part 2”
As usual -very imaginative
Brilliant – so much story in such few words.
Hi Cheryl! How brilliant! I love Anzeti as an old man – beautifully done. This is a very exciting development. Please tell me the next issue carries on from this point. The drawings are wonderful too – Georges’ love and respect for Anzeti is so present.
Hi Richard, thank you. There will be more stories featuring Anzeti (and Georges De Somme) in the future, although there’s a long series due next week, which takes us into next year. I’ll definitely write more for Anzeti though, just for you! Glad you like it.
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Thank you, Omar! 😀