To read Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Albina and the Dogmen is to careen through a surreal landscape on a mythic roller coaster. Bandits ride giant white hares. A clubfooted man transforms into a holy hound. An albino giantess goes toe-to-toe with death itself.
In 1883 Alexander Sullivan, the Chicago-based leader of the extremist group Clan na Gael, sent a young Irishman across the Atlantic to London. Thomas Clarke’s mission was to bomb the Houses of Parliament as part of a campaign to win Irish independence by force.