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Zanardi (full name: Massimo Zanardi) is a comics character created by Andrea Pazienza, arguably his most famous creation. He is the main actor in a series of. Andrea Pazienza was an Italian comics artist and painter. Contents. 1 Biography; 2 Career Milo Manara e Andrea Pazienza (“Milo Manara and Andrea Pazienza “, ); Zanardi (); Perché Pippo sembra uno sballato (“Why Goofy. Andrea Pazienza’s Zanardi is Foul, Rude.. Writer/Artist: Zanardi is a book that inspires surprisingly complicated feelings. Usually, when.

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Colasanti is usually Zanardi’s helping hand in exacting revenge. In Giallo ScolasticoColasanti helps Zanardi to blackmail a nerdy schoolmate who is a closet homosexual by sodomizing him while Zanardi photographs the act with a Polaroid stolen for zqnardi occasion, in order to force him to fetch compromising evidence from a teacher’s house.

This is especially true of the rapes for this reader. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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Pompeohis last graphic novel depicting the gradual downfall of a heroin addict a largely autobiographical character up to his eventual suicide, is generally considered his masterwork; the post-face to this work testifies that Pazienza tried to start a new life and, for a while, quit drugs. Asymmetric rated it it was amazing Apr 01, The second of two introductory essays, neither of which even mentions the rapes, at least made an attempt to analyze the moral void at the center of the character.

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Learn more about Amazon Prime. In fact, by giving Zanardi willing sidekicks, and allowing him to escape any punishment, he creates a premise in which Zanardi is unchallenged in anyway by the narrative or the author. Giuseppe Pizzimenti rated it liked it Dec 09, I can’t imagine how angry I might have been if I had purchased this book based on the blurb, especially if I had selected it as a gift for my teenage son!

Centravanti rated it really liked it Oct 03, In the essay Emanuele Trevi cites Bret Easton Ellis’ work and that is a fair comparison, especially the way Ellis cooly presents andfea shallow, psychopathic character Patrick Bateman in “American Psycho. Non siamo mica vecchi amici! I stumbled pasirnza this title while searching at my local library for books published by Fantagraphics. June 28, Zanardi is a book that inspires surprisingly complicated feelings.

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Zanardi (I grandi maestri): : Andrea Pazienza: Libros en idiomas extranjeros

East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Zanardi Interior Art by Andrea Pazienza. Yet, for all that, it is disturbing to see women repeatedly used as pawns in games between the men that inhabit these comics. Mirko rated it really liked it Mar 13, They represent humorous, metaphysical or very crude extensions to the Zanardi character, which Pazienza continued to elaborate until his death in He later participated to such editorial experiences as CannibaleIl Male and Frigidairewhere he created hundreds of comics with his unique and unmatched style, grown out of American underground comics as represented by visionaries like Rick Griffin and Victor MoscosoItalian Renaissance art and Walt Disney comics.

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The blithe blurb on the back of the book describing the stories as “iconoclastic, outrageous, humorous, and deeply personal,” left this reader completely unprepared for the violence that permeates this collection, especially the multiple stories of the humiliation and rape of male and female characters, passed off without remark as the clever pranks of teenagers boys.

Ahdrea me make clear here, I do not question the publisher’s decision andgea archive this work, and I do not need them to harshly judge the artist’s approach, but a more realistic description of the violent nature of the stories would have prepared me for their impact. I try to read much of their work for my own edification and entertainment and am often pleased at their curation of new and established artists.

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And yes, that may just me art reflecting life, but at times there’s a deep relishing of that objectivation that feels solely violent. Still, others seem set down in a hurry, with thick lines and weirdly placed dialogue balloons.

Primero de dos tomos de las obras del malogrado Pazienza.