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Malta Postal Museum launches Comic Book

Malta Postal Museum launches comic book based on the adventures of its mascot Peppi Pustier

Hot on the heels of a successful inauguration last June, the Malta Postal Museum has launched anexciting time-traveling comic book based on the adventures of its mascot Peppi Pustier.

Peppi Pustier: Lost in Time is an eighties inspired time travelling adventure and tells the tale of a hardworking postman who is suddenly teleported to different time periods in order to deliver a number ofimportant letters. Reminiscent of the movie Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure this craftily and subtlywritten tale, is set in Malta and highlights key events of our history in a colourful and innovative way.

"Children will surely be moved by our intrepid postman who despite huge odds manages to deliverletters to people the likes of Mikiel Anton Vassalli, wounded soldiers and Prisoners of war over a 400-year period. Our young visitors are enamored by the museum's collection and the stories they tell and this launch of our comic cements their knowledge and contributes to a better learning experience hereat the museum" commented Lara Bugeja, curator of the MPM.

The artist behind the comic is Fabio Agius, a staff member of the Malta Postal Museum, local comic artist and leading organizer of the Malta Comic Con.

The comic will be launched during the Malta Comic Con at the MFCC Ta' Qali during the first weekend ofDecember. The Comic Con will be open on Saturday 03 December between 10.00am and 6.00pm and Sunday 04 December between 11.00am and 7.00pm. The comic can also be purchased from the Malta Postal Museum located at 135, Archbishop Street, Valletta VLT1444. For information about the museum, please visit www.maltapostalmuseum.com. 

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