Kaveh Adel's Art & Humanity Blog Iranian American Cartoonist and Artist

Kaveh’s Graphic Novel

This is my life….. written, drawn, unplugged, uncensored….. many will love it, others may hate it, it may inspire or it may bore but it is ME. To be FREE I’ve GOT TO BE ME! due to be out in book form soon!

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Kaveh Adel graphic Novel: Mossadegh page

Last modified on 2011-08-20 14:34:33 GMT. 0 comments. Top.

 

Kaveh Adel Graphic Novel Copyright 2011mossadegh page

Kaveh Adel Graphic Novel Copyright 2011mossadegh page

Another Excerpt from my Graphic novel  in progress,

 

“….He was a supporter of Prime Minister Mossadegh* who was the first democratically elected official in Iran’s modern history after thousands of years of monarchy. This did not sit well with the rich and the powerful (isn’t that the case throughout human history?)  In 1953, the U.S. backed Coup- d’état was a pivotal point in Iranian history. Mossadegh was overthrown by force, placed under house arrest and eventually perished but never forgotten.  In fact, he, to this date is known as the father of Iranian Nationalist movement and is hailed as the most beloved Hero in Iran.  But I digress!

 Mossadegh’s supporters, including my grand father, Mousa (incidentally means Moses), were persecuted, imprisoned and exiled. “

 

Kaveh Adel, the Human.
Kaveh Adel, Iranian American Artist and Cartoonist.

2011©KavehAdel.com

Kaveh Adel Graphic Novel: Memories awakened

Last modified on 2011-02-23 22:09:48 GMT. 0 comments. Top.

Kaveh Adel's Graphic Novel: Memories reawakened copyright 2011

Kaveh Adel's Graphic Novel: Memories reawakened copyright 2011

Kaveh Adel, the Human.

2011©KavehAdel.com

I give Milan and Kian a hug, Excerpt from Kaveh Adel Graphic Novel

Last modified on 2010-11-16 17:48:03 GMT. 0 comments. Top.

Kaveh Adel Autobiography Graphic Novel excerpt page 2

Another Excerpt from my new Autobiographical graphic novel in the works dealing with Childhood in Iran, family, Iran Revolution of 1979, divorce, Iran-Iraq War, toop-e-pelastiky and much, much, more:

“……I give Milan and Kian a hug.

My  black India ink drawing pen is flying on the scratch paper.

It has a mind of its own.

For an hour I sit behind  the  kitchen counter , trying all the dried up drawing pens from 10 years ago.

Hoping to find one that has ink.

I switch to red, then green.
Then, I am done.

I feel better.

I had drawn her……”

Kaveh Adel, the Human.

2010©KavehAdel.com

Halabiabad, Tehran 1979-80 Kaveh’s Graphic Novel Excerpt

Last modified on 2010-11-16 17:52:34 GMT. 1 comment. Top.

Kaveh Adel Graphic Novel Halabiabad Tehran 1979-1980

Halabiabad Tehran Toop Pelastiky Do layeh Kaveh adel Graphic Novel Copyright 2010

Excerpt from my new graphic/novel in the works:
Halabiabad, South of Tehran, Circa 1979-80…….
“Hey, wanna hit the ball a bit?” he said after cautiously approaching me. He said it like a professional footballer, like the ones we see on TV interviewed after a match.

He had a “toop pelastiky do-layeh” (a soccer ball made out of two balls, one is torn and the other is embedded inside the other–street soccer ball) tucked under his arm.

I gladly accepted because the smell of infection was overpowering in the double decker bus and I much preferred the sewer smell outside….

Kaveh Adel, the Human.

©KavehAdel.com

Kaveh Adel, the Human.

2010©KavehAdel.com

3 Responses to “Kaveh’s Graphic Novel”

  • Dear Jill,

    It is great to hear from you and I am glad that you are an avid reader and collector of graphic novels. I will definitely keep you posted. Also, for further updates you can checkout my Fan Page on Facebook Here.

    Thank you, and again, it is great to hear from you.

    Kaveh :)

  • Dear Kaveh –
    Please let me know when your graphic novel is available. Really looking forward to it. I collect graphic novels, so love to read them and yours looks great!
    Jill de Alarcon

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