The Tunguska Incident is the work of my master’s degree and was also presented as an artist printed publication, as an exhibition and as an argumentative work with the same name. In The Tunguska Incident, I start from a real event – the explosion on June 30, 1908, near the Podkamennaya river in Tunguska, Russia, about which, to date, there is no consensus about its cause and origin – to develop a ﬁctional narrative an investigation into comics as a medium. Project approved and funded by Estado de Santa Catarina, Secretaria de Estado de Turismo, Cultura e Esporte, Fundação Catarinense de Cultura, FUNCULTURAL e Edital Elisabete Anderle/2014
translated by Érico Assis
Pedro Franz (1983, Brasil) – Pedro é formado em design gráfico e possui mestrado em artes visuais. Publicou diversas HQs, entre elas ‘Incidente em Tunguska’, Cavalos mortos permanecem no acostamenteo, ‘Promessas de amor a desconhecidos enquanto espero o fim do mundo’.
Pedro Franz (1983, Brazil) – Pedro graduated as a graphic designer and with a master’s degree in visual arts. He published the comic books ‘The Tunguska Incidente’, ‘Dead Horses Remain on the Roadside’, ‘Promessas de amor a desconhecidos enquanto espero o fim do mundo’, and others.