Incomplete comic strips adaptations

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The comic strips are subject to the same rules as any other adaptation of The Master and Margarita. There are much more unfinished versions than complete stories. From Aleksandr Vygalov's version, for instance, I have found, unfortunately, only the first three chapters. If you know where I can find the rest, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Yet... unfinished or not, we'll show you what we found. Some of it is worth to be shown.

The American web comics artist Allison R. Barbour, from Russian origin, made some pages of the adventures of Koroviev and Behemoth in the Torgsin store. From France, We can show you an unpublished graphic novel made by Jean-François Desserre, a Doctor in Art science with a quite particular style. His young fellow countryman Neyef (real name Romain Maufront) published an excerpt of his version of Chapter 7 of the novel on the internet, it's a preview of an album which will probably be released by the publishing company Ankama.

We also show you the deliberately kept short strips by Bertram Könighofer and Henrik Lange, along with a few other attempts which stranded shortly after the start, or which are still in the stage of good intentions.


There's a possibility that I missed some comic strip adaptations. So, if you know about others, please don't hesitate to contact me.

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