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Two tragicomic tales of cultures in collision. When Americans venture abroad, they find that their assumptions about everyday life don't fit in a backpack. Collecting eight issues of the critically heralded VERTIGO POP!, written by Jonathan Vankin and featuring Eisner-nominated art by Seth Fisher (GREEN LANTERN: WILLWORLD) as well as Giuseppe Camuncoli and Shawn Martinbrough (BANGKOK), TOKYO DAYS, BANGKOK NIGHTS presents a journey to the far side of the world where Americans learn that they may be neither ugly nor innocent, but they still have everything to lose.


The neon pulse of Asia.

When Americans venture to the other side of the Earth, they might as well be on another planet. TOKYO DAYS, BANGKOK NIGHTS follows the exploits of young travelers lost on the streets of two exotic, electric locales:

Tokyo Days

A gadget-geek in search of the latest in cool consumer tech discovers that every routine detail of daily existence causes a culture-clash. Featuring hyper, high-fashioned high school girls, over-the-top rock stars, and dangerous yakuza gangsters.

Bangkok Nights

When a couple takes a getaway vacation to resurrect their fading romance, it isn't long before a runaway elephant, a teenage prostitute, a transsexual kick-boxer and a pair of seedy expatriates show them that even the best intentions lead to dark places in this beautiful, mysterious city.







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