Dark Horse Brings Cuisine Chinoise Anthology to North America in June

Many Americans are currently doing their best to climb out of a turkey coma after gorging themselves on roasted bird and mashed root vegetables in a hedonistic celebration of the day before Black Friday, but if you aren’t too stuffed to even think about food at this moment, Dark Horse Comics has some news for you. The publisher will be bringing the French comics anthology Cuisine Chinoise: 5 Tales of Life and Food by cartoonist Zao Dao to North America next June, the first time the book has been translated to English.

Exploring “the overlap between food, family, and culture,” Cuisine Chinoise is stuffed with 96 delicious pages and will retail for $19.99. Check out the press release below:

Comics Anthology ‘Cuisine Chinoise’ arrives at Dark Horse June 2020

MILWAUKIE, Ore. (November 27, 2019) — From prodigy cartoonist Zao Dao comes the comic anthology Cuisine Chinoise: 5 Tales of Life and Food, in English for the first time!

Originally published in France by Editions Mosquito, the overlap between food, family, and culture are seamlessly highlighted in Cuisine Chinoise: 5 Tales of Life and Food. From insects looking for a meal to a man whose passion for cooking is the only hope of maintaining a family legacy, these wonderfully illustrated stories explore the rich and humorous world within while showcasing the beautiful relationship between Chinese culture and food.

Cuisine Chinoise: 5 Tales of Life and Food arrives at comic shops June 10, 2020 and at bookstores June 23, 2020. The 96-page paperback graphic novel anthology is available for pre-order through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and at your local comic shop for $19.99.

Dark Horse Brings Cuisine Chinoise Anthology to North America in June

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