Baba Yaga And The Wolf

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Visually influenced by the dense forested landscape of British Columbia, Baba Yaga and the Wolf tells the story of Katerina, the journey she takes to the edge of the Underworld to save her husband from a terrible fate, and its gatekeeper, Baba Yaga.

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Hidden in a cottage that sits upon hen's legs, buried in the deepest corner of a dark and inhospitable forest, Baba Yaga can at once be a saviour to those who seek her out, or a manipulator, tricking unknowing souls into giving that which is most precious, most prized. Marek Colek and Pat Shewchuk have given new breath to an age-old cautionary tale, drawing inspiration from early Russian animated films, Slavic mythology, and symbols and pictography associated with the many iterations of the Baba Yaga mythos.

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Author Tin Can Forest
Publisher Koyama Press
Page Count 28pp
Publication Size 9 x 11.75
Publication Notes saddle-stitched, full color
Publication Date 2010
ISBN 978-0-9784810-5-6

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