Édition Omakase | 8.5 x 11 inches

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  • 8.5 x 11 Inches (w/ white border)
  • Édition Omakase (numbered on back)
  • Breathing Color© Vibrance-Gloss Photo Paper 
  • Epson Ultrachrome HG2 Archival Ink
  • Original art by Sean Danconia for The SUPER·PULP Collection (MIGHTY FINE)
  • Shipped in black or white matting based on availability

From Smilin’ Sean Danconia, director of 1977’s smash hit—White Chocolate—presents Solena Sazuki in her first 2D feature film—KTOWN GEISHA BROWN! 

Hailed as the most culturally sensitive film of 1979, based on a napkin scrawling by Russ Meyer and Roger Ebert, our film finds Sazuki as a semi-mute orphaned half-Japanese, half-Korean, half-Jamaican Private Detective—Ktown Geisha Brown! takin’ on the Yafuza—North Koreatown’s notorious MSG mafia.

Filmed on location at Los Angeles’ iconic Dan Sung Sa, K-Town Laundry and Olympic Spa—it’s 3.5 hours of unforgivable pulp fiction where Sazuki’s Red Bean and RICE makes them DIE twice—and then again! With a new soundtrack by Morgan “Easy Reader” Free, Man!

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