Adolph Hitler's I Dream of Ants

Lavie Tidhar writes, "Adolf Hitler's I Dream of Ants is World Fantasy Award winner Lavie Tidhar's graphic novel collaboration with British artist Neil Struthers. Originally serialised in the pages of now-defunct magazine Murky Depths, it is the story of a man named Adolf Hitler who becomes obsessed with the ants 'infesting' his suburban home."

3 Responses to “Adolph Hitler's I Dream of Ants”

  1. Halloween_Jack says:

    Soooo… kind of like The Iron Dream, only Adolf takes up writing kids’ books instead of science fiction?

  2. Tidhar’s other notable output is the novel “Osama” and some related short fiction I saw in Interzone. Am I sensing a pattern here?

  3. Souse says:

    Interesting title. If you look at his artwork, he usually depicted people amoungst architecture as little more than ants with canes and hats. Then think of the images from the Nuermberg rally.

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