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Black Science Premiere Vol 2 Transcendentalism

Author: Rick Remender
Publisher: Image Comics
ISBN: 1534307761
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Following the catastrophic final jump of the Pillar, Grant McKay is stranded in the farthest reaches of space, adrift on the wreckage of his former self. Before he can reclaim his mantle as protector of the Eververse, he must first overcome the demons that lurk within his own soul. And when his path finally leads him back home, what has happened while he was gone? In a world of infinite possibilities, what can one man do to keep everything that could ever possibly go wrong from doing so? Collects BLACK SCIENCE #16-30

El Eternauta Daytripper And Beyond

Author: David William Foster
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 1477310878
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“El Eternauta, Daytripper, and Beyond examines the graphic narrative tradition in the two South American countries that have produced the medium’s most significant and copious output. Argentine graphic narrative emerged in the 1980s, awakened by Héctor Oesterheld’s groundbreaking 1950s serial El Eternauta. After Oesterheld was “disappeared” under the military dictatorship, El Eternauta became one of the most important cultural texts of turbulent mid-twentieth-century Argentina. Today its story, set in motion by an extraterrestrial invasion of Buenos Aires, is read as a parable foretelling the “invasion” of Argentine society by a murderous tyranny. Because of El Eternauta, graphic narrative became a major platform for the country’s cultural redemocratization. In contrast, Brazil, which returned to democracy in 1985 after decades of dictatorship, produced considerably less analysis of the period of repression in its graphic narratives. In Brazil, serious graphic narratives such as Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá’s Daytripper, which explores issues of modernity, globalization, and cross-cultural identity, developed only in recent decades, reflecting Brazilian society’s current and ongoing challenges. Besides discussing El Eternauta and Daytripper, David William Foster utilizes case studies of influential works—such as Alberto Breccia and Juan Sasturain’s Perramus series, Angélica Freitas and Odyr Bernardi’s Guadalupe, and others—to compare the role of graphic narratives in the cultures of both countries, highlighting the importance of Argentina and Brazil as anchors of the production of world-class graphic narrative.

Latin American Science Fiction

Author: M. Ginway
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137312777
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Combining work by critics from Latin America, the USA, and Europe, Latin American Science Fiction: Theory and Practice is the first anthology of articles in English to examine science fiction in all of Latin America, from Mexico and the Caribbean to Brazil and the Southern Cone. Using a variety of sophisticated theoretical approaches, the book explores not merely the development of a science fiction tradition in the region, but more importantly, the intricate ways in which this tradition has engaged with the most important cultural and literary debates of recent year.

Science Fiction In Argentina

Author: Joanna Page
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472053108
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It has become something of a critical commonplace to claim that science fiction does not actually exist in Argentina. This book puts that claim to rest by identifying and analyzing a rich body of work that fits squarely in the genre. Joanna Page explores a range of texts stretching from 1875 to the present day and across a variety of media-literature, cinema, theatre, and comics-and studies the particular inflection many common discourses of science fiction (e.g., abuse of technology by authoritarian regimes, apocalyptic visions of environmental catastrophe) receive in the Argentine context. A central aim is to historicize these texts, showing how they register and rework the contexts of their production, particularly the hallmarks of modernity as a social and cultural force in Argentina. Another aim, held in tension with the first, is to respond to an important critique of historicism that unfolds in these texts. They frequently unpick the chronology of modernity, challenging the linear, universalizing models of development that underpin historicist accounts. They therefore demand a more nuanced set of readings that work to supplement, revise, and enrich the historicist perspective.

El Folber E Altri Destini

Author: Alberto Figliolia
Publisher: Gilgamesh Edizioni
ISBN: 8868670100
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El folber e altri destini. Un titolo evocativo, lo sport come una lunga avventura culturale: corpo e spirito; confronto, scontro e incontro; duello, vittoria e sconfitta; leale lotta e cimento, sfida ai propri limiti; manifestazione dell’ingegno umano. Oltre 500 pagine di volume. 17 racconti/elzeviri/ritratti/interviste di calcio (o football/fußball/soccer/futebol et alia) e 24 di basket (pallacanestro/baloncesto/basquetebol et alia), discipline che fanno la parte del leone, ma anche ciclismo, nuoto, motociclismo e scherma. 14 poesie, con incipit in memoria dell’incredibile fantasia di quello sventurato genio che fu Gigi Meroni, ala del Torino, giovane talento perito in un grottesco e tragico “incidente”, e la chiusa in versi in omaggio a uno dei più fenomenali atleti di tutti i tempi, l’Abebe Bikila che vinse due ori olimpici nella maratona, il primo dei quali correndo i 42,195 chilometri a piedi nudi in una meravigliosa e struggente Roma notturna. Circa 400 immagini fotografiche all time, in bianco e nero e a colori, corredano il libro di Alberto Figliolia, milanese, giornalista e autore di numerosi libri di poesia, narrativa e sport. Un viaggio nel tempo e nello spazio, un itinerario sognante sulle rotte di quel magico universo che è lo sport: da Silvio Piola e Peppino Meazza a Julius Doctor J Erving e Pete Pistol Maravich; da Sandro Gamba e Carlo Recalcati a Tarcisio Burgnich e Giacinto Facchetti; da Nereo Rocco, Helenio Herrera e Fulvio Bernardini ad Arthur Kenney, John Fultz e Renzo Bariviera. E ancora... Attilio Ferraris IV, Luigi Cina Bonizzoni, Pierino Prati, Sandro Mazzola, Enzo Bearzot, Felice Gimondi, Irene Camber... e squadre, trionfi e disfatte, libri, Olimpiadi, record mondiali e personaggi del sommerso, semi-sconosciuti d’infinita passione, ma anch’essi semidei per impeto, empito e generosità. Una visione sentimentale, storica, critica ed empatica. Prosa e stile. Un libro che è un atto d’amore verso lo sport e verso la scrittura.