Heinz Wolfs neuester Wurf.
Diese KABINETT Sondernummer 1 (eins) beinhaltet 10 kurze bis noch kürzere Comicgeschichten, entstanden auf Hyperthyreose August bis November 2004.
„Die Freiheit hat ausgezogene Schuhe.“ (Otto Prinz)
„Ich muß einen schlechten Tag haben, diesen Symbolismus versteh ich nicht!“ (Peter Unger)
„Wahrscheinlich die unverständlichste Comicpublikation des Jahres“ (Die Zyste)
(72 Seiten, Aufmachung wie die KABINETT-Automatenhefte, aber geleimt)
PICTOPIA schreibt darüber auf paulgravett.com: „A surreal and strange tour de force by another Viennese comics artist. Heinz Wolf is a long time comics artist and activist in Vienna, he’s working together with Nicolas Mahler on Kabinett Passage, which is a small passage at the Viennese Museumsquartier, a small space dedicated to comics where they have two very small glass display cases where they show comics exhibitions and sell comics in a specially constructed comics vending machine directly to the passing public. Heinz has been around a long time in the comics scene here, but he has mostly been published in indie anthologies and self published efforts. Molch, a weird and heady crime comic scripted by Mahler, is his only work that was published by a professional publisher, Luftschacht. He’s an incredibly dynamic cartoonist, quite funny, and his story telling pacing is really good. He has some francobelgian influences – maybe Franquin – in his style and I also see remnants of people like Harvey Kurtzman, that dynamic MAD – kind of style with a lot of punch, but there’s also some underground-crumb-like grit in there and also this semi-elegant fluent humorous line (not sure if I’m making sense here). He is really good, one of the very best here. He likes Jacques Tardi quite a bit.“