In the years 2011-2013, Dan Allon and screenwriter Noam Naumovsky established a comics studio, specializing in the French market. They chose the name Chrome Handle Comics, as a homage to their beloved writer George Perec. They published several stories, which they have written together, in websites and magazines, and printed two graphic novels, written by Naumovsky, and drawn by Allon. The books brought them to Angoulême International Comics Festival, France’s most distinguished comics festival, among other events. 

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You're My wish, graphic novel, 2010

Tim, the town's fool, found a woman washed onto the beach. He saves her, and takes advantage of the fact that she lost her memory and convinces her that she's his girlfriend. When she suddenly recalls her dispute with the mafia – the plot turns against him.

Story: Noam Naumovsky
Drawings: Dan Allon

 

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The chronicles of Vassil, graphic novel, 2011


The chronicles of Vassil is a graphic novel based on 19th century Jewish novelist M.Y. Bardicewski, combining seven of his short stories into one. The story follows a Jewish rebel in a shtetl in Ukraine, from being a brat child until he is an old man. It's a story which much criticism of Jewish dogmas and focuses on the anti-hero in society.


Story: Noam Naumovsky
Drwaings: Dan Allon

 

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