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Strapazin nº 128, Bye Bye Fear, Hello Peer | Set. 2017


A Strapazin é uma das mais antigas revistas de bd europeias em publicação. Foi fundada em Munique em 1984 e desde então tem publicado o trabalho de autores como Mazzucchelli, Thomas Ot, Kamarguka, Julie Doucet, Chester Brown, Kochalka, os Hernandez, Tony Millionaire, Reinhard Kleist, Charles Burns, Anke Feuchtenberger, Tommi Musturi, Joe Sacco, Max, Ben Katchor, Mattotti, Blutch, Pedro Burgos (na nº 70, uma edição dedicada a autores portugueses), Ruppert/Mulo, Muñoz, Conrad Botes, Gary Panter, entre muitos outros. É publicada quatro vezes por ano a partir de Zurique, sobretudo em alemão.

nº 1
nº 72, Panter

nº 106, Botes
O número mais recente, o 128, será agora editado em Setembro e nas suas 96 páginas a cores e preto e banco tem trabalhos de Lika Nüssli, Gabriela Jolowicz, Tomde Pekin, Corentin Grossmann, Marlene Krause, Stefhany Y. Lozano, Milva Stutz, Julia Marti, Gilles Rotzetter, Lukas Verstraete e Martes Bathori. Destaco os trabalhos do Rotzetter e do Bathori.

Martes Bathori
Eis parte do seu editorial: 

Apocalyptic mood in the face of the global shift to the right and the governing populist assholes with their sexist, racist, homophobic and islamophobic rants of hate? No worries, baby! We establish communities and put up resistance! We are empathic, queer, coloured, feminist, ugly, beautiful! We are heterogeneous and full of contradictions.

Based on the above questions the participating artists developed a character that becomes part of the peer group as their alter ego. In ten cartoon contributions, the alter egos encounter each other. In addition, there is debating and demonstrating in two text contributions.

We are delighted to see the peers ­assembled in Strapazin! 

Strapazin nº 128, Bye Bye Fear, Hello Peer - 96 págs., cor e p/b, 30 x 23 cm, €8,00
Martes Bathori
Gilles Rotzetter


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