Long Kesh, to live Bobby Sands' last days
In September 1977, in Northern Ireland, Bobby Sands, an IRA Militant, was sentenced to 14 years in prison for illegally possessing firearms. He was imprisoned at The Maze detention centre, better known as Long Kesh. This is where a battle for rights and dignity starts leading him to a dramatic 66-days hunger strike.
More than a relaunch, a grasp taking hommage
With Long Kesh, Heurteau offers a demanding cartoon report, a truly immersive experience inside a prison environment. A lesson of courage, humanity and freedom to the extreme that still powerfully resonates 40 years later.
This special edition is :
- introduced by Sam Millar,
- an only 200 copies first printing.