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"Trying to get a visa from a Western embassy was horrible.It took almost four years [after] I left Iran to get one."In that time, he managed to stay in Malaysia on a student visa, working on a degree in visual arts.In his first graphic novel, the Iranian-born Mana Neyestani tells the story of his three-month imprisonment for allegedly inciting political arrest with a cartoon.The book is poignant, funny and surreal -- capturing the terror and boredom of being imprisoned.Moreover, Neyestani often strays from reality to convey what he endured emotionally.He shows himself stranded on a desert island, drowning in blood and in dialogue with the endless cockroaches that plague his imagination throughout his most confounding journey.
If you cancel within the first 24 months, for your cancellation to be effected, you will need to return the Smartfrog Cam to us by post, at your cost.Interestingly, he has had a front-row perch from which to observe the fallout from the Charlie Hebdo assassinations."I felt huge sadness," he says of the murders of the satirical weekly's staff members by Islamist extremists early last month."I got angry."The controversy that got Neyestani thrown in jail in Iran, however, was quite different (and far more subtle) than what happened in France.It was during this period that he also began to contribute to Iranian opposition media in Europe and the U. In 2011, he was finally admitted to France, where he now lives.Neyestani's imprisonment for a cartoon makes him a singular observer of the Charlie Hebdo situation in Paris.