(W/A/CA) Arthur de Pins. WHY WE LOVE IT: At Archaia, we love bringing great comics from all over the world to English-speaking audiences, stories they would never get to see otherwise (see The Killer, Okko, Toppi's The Collector, and others). When we read French title March of the Crabs by animator Arthur De Pins, we knew right away we had to add it to our list! WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT: Arthur De Pins' art style is a slick, fun tribute to Art Deco, something rarely seen in comics. The story of a hapless species of crab is an endearing look at one of nature's cruel jokes, but made light by a humorous presentation with likable characters, reminiscent of films like Ice Age and Finding Nemo. WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT: For centuries, the square crab has only been able to move side-to-side in one direction. But some brave crabs decide it's time for revolution! A few of the brave crustaceans in an estuary on the French coastline decide it's time to try and actually turn for once, but what does their evolution revolution mean for the human race?