super popular Finnish Nightmares makes a comeback!
It wasn't on the rabbit's back here, but now Suomi-Matti is here again. This time, Matti clings to the lilac stems of the Finnish language and tells how our dear northern people communicate. For the onion! That’s onion!
Finnish Nightmares comics have been a huge success. Almost 60,000 copies have been sold in Finland, and their translation rights have been sold to the United States, Japan, South Korea, Estonia and China. The Matti character in the books has even brought a new word Jingfen to the Chinese language, which means “mentally Finnish”.
Some say learning Finnish is like drinking tar. Nonsense! Int this book, Finn-Matti bends from iron wire what the most beloved Finnish Idioms mean. Literally.
The Finnish Nightmares books have been Bestsellers worldwide. In China, Finn-Matti has even caused a new word to be coined: “Jingfen”, meaning “spiritually Finnish”.
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