Availability: In Stock

MIBDUL issue #4

Teodor Reljić Inez Kristina Baldacchino
SKU: 9789990919790


3-for-2 on your favourite books! Buy 2 books, get the 3rd one FREE!
ISBN: 9789990919790
Qoxra: paperback
Data tal-pubblikazzjoni : 2022
Numru ta’ paġni : 24
Tags: , , ,

Issue 4

Vengeance is Magla’s!

Or is it …? The monsters are still in Mibdul, kept under precarious lock and key as Prime Minister Robberbarron and his business cronies dream up more nefarious profit-making schemes. Meanwhile, Magla is reeling from a fresh tragedy. But will her newfound and mysterious powers help or hinder her mission of revenge?!

In this pivotal issue of Mibdul, spiritual psychedelia meets bloodthirsty vengeance as we gear up towards a pulse-pounding climax!


Mibdul is a six-issue serialised comic that’s a first in many ways: something of an allegory for Malta’s often tragicomic relationships with the outside world, it frames this political dimension through the story of Magla, a young girl whose mother recently committed suicide, but whose legacy suggests a link to primordial forces beneath Mibdul’s core. A legacy that both Magla and a rag-tag resistance force seek to exploit in an attempt to overthrow the capitalistic juggernaut that is destroying any remaining part of Mibdul’s natural heritage.

Mibdul is the smallest planet in its star system, flanked as it is by Treaty — its former coloniser — and Velocifero, a technologically-advanced cyborg utopia that’s proving to be more and more of a reference point for Mibdul’s avaricious elite.

Mibdul tells a colourful and gripping story, while also dipping into familiar political scenes to lend a flavour and satirical edge to a story that otherwise draws from a rich well of pop culture and myth.

Mibdul is published monthly, in six issues, starting 14/04/22

Issue #1 is available from here, issue #2 from here, issue #3 from here, issue #5 from here, issue #6 from here, and the 6-issue subscription from here

With funding by the Malta Book Fund (National Book Council)


“Mibdul is …  a surreal science-fiction environmental satire — from two of Malta’s best young creative talents.” — Gordon Rennie

Fl-istess sensiela