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Zanardi is a book that inspires surprisingly complicated feelings. These comics, focused on the titular character, appeared in Italy between and , after creator Andrea Pazienza died of a heroin overdose. They are foul and rude and nihilistic, full of drug use, misogyny, casual violence, crime, manipulation and general rotten behavior. Zanardi screws over his friends because it amuses him. The attitudes demonstrated throughout are decidedly retrograde. What makes this different from something like the work of Simon Hanselmann , which also features young people being terrible to each other?

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Zanardi is a book that inspires surprisingly complicated feelings. These comics, focused on the titular character, appeared in Italy between and , after creator Andrea Pazienza died of a heroin overdose.

They are foul and rude and nihilistic, full of drug use, misogyny, casual violence, crime, manipulation and general rotten behavior.

Zanardi screws over his friends because it amuses him. The attitudes demonstrated throughout are decidedly retrograde. What makes this different from something like the work of Simon Hanselmann , which also features young people being terrible to each other? Hanselmann also manages to express a love for his characters and an understanding of their motivations, without either moralizing or defending the things they do. His actors seem to have things going on in their heads. Johnny Ryan is probably more transgressive in his content than Pazienza, but his work manages to be reliably hilarious despite maybe even because of?

Even Matt Furie , of whom I am no great fan, has an underlying sweetness to his tales of idle youth. Zanardi Interior Art by Andrea Pazienza. Some pages are colored; others are black and white. Some are full of subtle lines, rain effects and patterns.

Others are done in a cartoonish pen with plenty of white space. Still, others seem set down in a hurry, with thick lines and weirdly placed dialogue balloons. The stories that end the book, including a long unfinished one set in medieval times, are strong and beautiful, but no less sloppily told or morally empty. Share Tweet Submit Pin. Tags comic books comics fantagraphics. Also from Fantagraphics. Also in Comics.

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Andrea Pazienza: Zanardi

Pazienza was a true visionary, with a fluid line and an uncanny sense of color and composition, and his innovative graphic style served up stories that were iconoclastic, outrageous, humorous, and deeply personal, often based on himself and his microcosm of friends and collaborators. Pazienza has never been translated and published in English — until now. Fantagraphics is proud to introduce American and English-speaking readers to this blazingly honest cartoonist of international stature. It evolves in mind-melting patterns as the months and years go by, from a scruffy, Gilbert Shelton-esque territory to beautiful full-color fantasies. My Account. Orders Track my order s.

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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 graphic novels which appeared in installments on several Italian comics magazines during the early s. The character quickly found an enthusiastic audience in the clique of young, artsy, new-waveish Italians who were disillusioned with the previous decade's political slant and were instantly hooked on the character's basic, hedonistic individualism and cynicism, tempered with cultural influences ranging from Joseph Conrad to Vladimir Mayakovsky. The Zanardi graphic novels were reprinted several times in the decades following Pazienza's death, in original black and white and colored form. Pazienza's original drawings were mostly colored by his wife, Marina Comandini, but some episodes have been coloured by unknown students in Bologna 's Art School, to which Pazienza gave the original drawings on a whim.

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