Rogan Gosh: Star of the East

Rogan Gosh Star of the East Dean Cripps is a regular guy who just wants to order a nice hot curry from waiter Raju Dhawan until Kali goddess of death rips through the Star of the East restaurant and ruins everything Propelled

  • Title: Rogan Gosh: Star of the East
  • Author: Peter Milligan Brendan McCarthy
  • ISBN: 9781563891434
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dean Cripps is a regular guy who just wants to order a nice hot curry from waiter Raju Dhawan until Kali, goddess of death, rips through the Star of the East restaurant and ruins everything Propelled into a futuristic India, Dean and Raju encounter exotic Hindu deities, sex magic, weird reincarnation, opium dens, Rudyard Kipling, and the mysterious House of Smoke InDean Cripps is a regular guy who just wants to order a nice hot curry from waiter Raju Dhawan until Kali, goddess of death, rips through the Star of the East restaurant and ruins everything Propelled into a futuristic India, Dean and Raju encounter exotic Hindu deities, sex magic, weird reincarnation, opium dens, Rudyard Kipling, and the mysterious House of Smoke In short, the world of Rogan Gosh A psychedelic journey to find enlightenment, truth, and the finest Indian cuisine US Edition.
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    • Riku Sayuj says:

      Rogan Gosh: The Acid-Masala Curry ComicRogan Gosh is designed to be as incomprehensible to the reader as the original dish must have been for Milligan and McCarthy. The name comes from rogan josh, a spicy Indian curry dish rich in chillies and dangerously red in appearance.As Grant Morrison says, Rogan Gosh was a product of the new psychedelic period of the nineties. The focus turning from outer concerns to inner ones, along with the presence in many of the artist's lives of the new psychedelic [...]

    • Keith says:

      If you're like me (and we have no reason to think you aren't), then you're a big fan of everyone's favorite British Indian acid comic, Rogan Gosh. And if you're like me (again, probably), you also can't make it past page 3. SO LET'S TRY IT TOGETHER.p1 - Rudyard Kipling wanders the opium dens of Cawnpore (Kanpur) in Northern India, full of bad karma after his romantic relationship with an Indian manservant led not only to Kipling being blackmailed, but to his lover's suicide. Kipling now searches [...]

    • zxvasdf says:

      A little bit of Cities of the Red Night and a little bit of Michael Moorcock, and entirely Milligan and McCarthy. It is an ambiguous telling of several twisted souls whose stories merge in a hallucinatory montage that renders the reader confused as to the real plot. The real question here is, who's dreaming who?Rudyard Kipling, guilt ridden about the suicide of a servant boy with whom he had improper relations, goes to the House of Smoke. He descends into a drug haze and dreams. He finds Rogan G [...]

    • Lanny says:

      I'm looking at a 1984 comic called Strange Days that I found while moving some boxes. I remember thinking when I bought this in high school it was the best comic book I had ever seen and expressed every idea I had had up to that point but in a way I could never hope to achieve. I think I am having a similiar experience just looking at the cover of Rogan Gosh. Who in the hell is Brendan McCarthy, and why don't I know more about him?

    • Jeff Jackson says:

      ****1/2 stars. ROGAN GOSH is basically everything I wanted THE INCAL to be - psychedelic, mind-expanding, hurtling through multiple levels of reality at once. Although nowhere near as well known, Milligan & McCarthy surpass Jodorowsky & Moebius on almost every front, crafting a dizzyingly complex feat of simultaneous storytelling and myth-making that's also radically distilled into 60 pages.

    • Timo says:

      Maybe Milligan knew what was going on but I think not too many other did not. Maybe I should have taken some drugs to understand this but that is way too much effort for a comic.Just crap this was.

    • D.M. says:

      To say I like or dislike the book seems a little beyond the point. Even saying I understood this book or didn't seems past it. I suppose the only thing to say is I experienced this book (repeatedly) and didn't dislike the experience.Rogan Gosh is one of those psychedelic mindfucks that we have grown accustomed to at the hands of someone like Grant Morrison, who does it quite well. In the hands of Milligan & McCarthy, it's handled ably, but too often comes off as a little too self-aware. It's [...]

    • Moth Pfunk says:

      I am busily reading a lot of Milligan's earlier works whilst trying to catch up with Hellblazer (which he is currently writing for Vertigo, and soon for DC I believe). There are some great stories; Enigma, The Extremist and of course Shade, the Changing Man but then I come across this, is it good? Yes. Is it typical Milligan fare? Probably. It's also very strange, almost indecipherably so, it is a great example of experimental story-telling but in my opinion it never really gets off the ground. [...]

    • Alec Chalmers says:

      Most of the comic is incomprehensible, the result of intertwining 6/7 different stories and trying to fit them all into 50 pages of comic. I was promised Indian sci-fi, and Karmanauts, but most of the ideas end up unrealised. All colour theory is thrown out the window, and the psychedelic style is alluding to the acid house era of the early 90's. What a lovely era to remember!

    • Feather Mista says:

      De los laburos de Milligan que aun no leí, este pinta como uno de los más desafiantes, sobre todo teniendo en cuenta que está sólo en inglés y parece que el guion viene bastante loco. Después me tengo que acordar de volver a subir la edición que algún Librarian pelotudo eliminó.

    • daniel says:

      welcome to neither-nor: you ain't; we ain't

    • Erik says:

      Great art and fantastic colors, but the story is terrible. Written for a very specific audience, which obviously isn't me.

    • Steven says:

      Pretty pictures but mostly acid inspired mystic bullshit

    • Lawrence says:

      gnomeship/2015/10

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