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Book Launch | Crime Scene Australia – Terror Nullius



 
03 Nov 2020 17:00 - 18:00
/ / Free Event
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Crime Scene Australia – Terror Nullius is a black and white graphic novel that tells the story of an Australian TV crew shooting an investigative cold case TV series. The series investigates historical sites where Aboriginal people were massacred during the colonialist war, then descends into a murderous and terrifying ghost story. It is a mixed-genre graphic novel combining real Australian history, forensic science, and contemporary social critique – with black comedy wrapped in a pop-culture narrative of supernatural horror.

Crime Scene Australia – Terror Nullius adalah novel grafis hitam putih yang bercerita tentang kru TV Australia yang sedang merekam serial TV mengenai penyelidikan kasus mengerikan. Serial ini menyelidiki situs bersejarah di mana orang-orang Aborigin dibantai selama perang kolonial, sebelum kemudian berubah menjadi kisah hantu yang mematikan dan menakutkan. Novel grafis bergenre campuran ini menggabungkan sejarah nyata Australia, ilmu forensik, dan kritikan sosial kontemporer – dengan komedi hitam yang dibungkus dengan narasi budaya pop horor supernatural.


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