Los supermachos, (November 16, ): 3. 5. Los supermachos, ( November 30, ): 6. Los supermachos, (December 7, ). 7. Written and illustrated by Eduardo del Río (Rius). Satirical Mexican comic book. 24 pages, full color. Mature readers. Cover price $ Issue # Results 1 – 8 of 8 Los Supermachos: El Sexo en la Historia, no. ; Ano XVII – Agosto 23 de – Revista Semanal by Rius and a great selection of related.
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They were all characterized by Rius’ typical humor, and reached a wide readership because of their simplicity and intellectual sharpness. Rius moved on to create ‘Los Agachados’ with even more vigor and audacity. Refresh and try again. His first two comics series were ‘Los Supermachos’ and ‘Los Agachados’which gave a satirical view on Mexican politics. The latter vainly attempts to communicate his political ideas to his fellow villagers.
Luis Moreno rated it it was super,achos Mar 25, Ramos rated it really liked it Oct 26, Trivia About Mis Supermachos. In the s, Rius also contributed to the political humor magazine El Chahuistle. Their candidates to impersonate the Virgin are both male and ugly, but nighttime and a coat of paint are expected to take care of that. Aneclectique rated it it was amazing Oct 12, aupermachos Series and books by Rius in stock in the Lambiek Webshop: Paola Hernandez rated it it was amazing Nov 20, To ask other readers questions about Mis Supermachosplease sign up.
Ever Diaz rated it supermacbos was ok Apr 21, Rius left the series in after a dispute with his publisher over editorial censorship. Total, somos SuperMachos y nos aguantamos. If you want to help us continue and improve our ever- expanding database, we would appreciate your donation through Paypal. The first series ran until To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Ragnar Allori rated it liked it Oct 29, Apr 02, Ambar Nepomuceno rated it it was amazing Recommended to Ambar by: Paperbackpages. Los Agachados Rius left the series in after a dispute with his publisher over editorial censorship. His activism was mainly aimed at the Mexican political system and its institutions, US Government policies, consumerism, imperialism, the Catholic Church and religion in general.
Meridiano continued to publish ‘Los Supermachos’ until the late s. One of the fascinations of the book is its attempt to reproduce colloquial mexicano.
Archived Entry Post Date: Thanks for telling us about the problem. After two issues though, Rius started using other characters and different themes for every story.
Feb 10, Mike Ceballos rated it it was amazing.
Both were revolutionary for their political and social themes, and have become examples for many Hispanic political comics that followed. The strip can be translated as “Those Who Stoop Down”, and focuses on the lower classes of Mexican society.
This revolutionary series began in His female characters basically fall ols the categories of naive and silly, old and superstitious, or dominating viragos.
Mis Supermachos by Rius
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Israel Ita-islas rated it it was amazing Oct 20, The party began in a revolution and retained the rhetoric of democracy and social justice, and yet was soon taken over by landowners and bureaucrats.
Miguel Figueroa rated it liked it Jul 19, Karinka rated it really liked it Apr 04, The series debuted in a twice-monthly comic book in Septemberand originally starred the same characters from Rius’ previous strip. Manifiesto comunista ilustrado Rius moved on to write and illustrate over a hundred books on a variety of topics, including politics, vegetarianism and religion.
Alfredo Acosta rated it really liked it Oct 15, Yogui Paz rated it it was amazing Jan 03, Ethan Stryfe rated it it was amazing Aug 15, Most of his work was politically themed, and reflected the artist’s progressive and left-wing point of view. At the time he was creating Los SupermachosRius was a communist; this is chiefly noticeable here in a retelling of the story of Adam and Eve as a parable of the Cuban Revolution. Some stories dealt with the history of Mexico, others looked at Spanish and North-American colonialism, while the artist also examined Mexico’s customs, virtues and faults.
Rafael Chavez rated it really liked it Aug 15, X If you want supermachhos help us continue and improve our ever- expanding database, we would appreciate your donation through Paypal. This leads to not one but two groups who try to do the same in San Garabato. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.