Published by Editorial Meridiano, Mexico, D. Seller Rating:. Condition: Good. First printing. Issues bound into one volume; portions missing from the covers to issues , and Seller Inventory
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Published by Editorial Meridiano, Mexico From: Bolerium Books Inc. San Francisco, CA, U. Seller Rating:. About this Item: Editorial Meridiano, Mexico, Radical cartoonist Rius's take on Sex in History. Seller Inventory More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Published by Boulder, Colorado, U. About this Item: Boulder, Colorado, U. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. A like new copy.
Seller Inventory ABE More information about this seller Contact this seller 2. Published by Meridiano, Mexico, D. About this Item: Meridiano, Mexico, D. Condition: Very Good. Fourth volume of collected Supermachos comics, gathering numbers The introductory note descrbies the growing popularity of Los Supermachos and of Rius's work as a whole not only on a domestic level but internationally as well.
Los Supermachos was a breakthrough when it debuted with the Meridiano imprint, the first to pick up a standalone series by the fledgling Rius. This volume represents the first attempts at anthologizing Rius's output. A rare item. OCLC lists four holdings of the Meridiano volumes, but only two of those list volume four in their catalogs.
More information about this seller Contact this seller 3. Condition: Good. Meridiano was Rius's first publisher, picking up his comic Los Supermachos in Only two years laters, the astounding success of the crudely drawn characters and their leftist socio-political misadventures prompts his publisher to reprint the series in a mult-volume hardcover anthology.
Volume five collects issues A scarce volume. OCLC reports four library holdings for the Meridiano hardcover volumes, but a more thorough search reveals only one library lists volume five in their catalog. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Volume nine collects issues of Rius's breakthrough success Los Supermachos. Rius himself estimates that , copies were sold weekly when it first went to the printer in Meridiano, Rius's first publisher as a stand-alone artist, was inclined to produce these hardcover anthologies only two years later due to popular demand.
A scarce item. OCLC lists four holdings of the Meridiano anthologies, but a closer look at the catalogs shows no holdings above volume six. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Collects the original Supermachos issues These anthologies were among the first to be published only two years after Los Supermachos--Rius's first efforts as a stand-alone artist and writer--appeared making them not only one of the first official anthologies, but among the earliest printed copies of the legendary comic strip.
OCLC shows four holdings of the Meridiano anthologies, but no holdings above volume six. More information about this seller Contact this seller 6. Collects issues of Rius's Los Supermachos. Published by Meridiano, which also printed the original run of Supermachos two years prior to these hardcover anthologies.
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Los Supermachos, First Edition
One of the most popular Mexican cartoonists, Rius has written over a hundred books that remain widely popular, especially amongst his Mexican readers. Rius was a fierce political activist, and his progressive and left-wing point of view is often present in his writings, accompanied by a strong criticism about neoliberal Mexican doctrines, US Government policies, and the Catholic Church. He used to be an open advocate of the Cuban revolution as in Cuba for Beginners and a strong Soviet bloc sympathizer until the end of the Cold War. In the s he began cartooning in magazines and newspapers, sometimes regarding political themes. He made two famous comics, Los Supermachos and Los agachados , which were a humorous criticism of the Mexican government. After his successes with these, he made many books, all illustrated and written by hand by him and covering a range of topics on politics, vegetarianism, and religion.
Los Supermachos (1965 Editorial Meridiano) comic books