Fumetti – Italian erotic comics with elements of mystery and... trash
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Comics – the art of many genres. Among them are well known, for example, manga, and familiar ones. Fumetti ("fumetti") is an Italian comic books with an element of eroticism and mysticism, is incredibly popular in the 70-80‑ies of the last century. Today about them, unfortunately, knows only to a narrow circle of connoisseurs and researchers pop culture of the 20th century.
Translated from the Italian fumetti is a cloud. Is the name of this language is a way to convey to the reader of a comic book the movie characters when writing the word in a special callout, which is also called speech balloon. In Italy, fumetti are comics for adults, as a rule, action-Packed, with which they entertained themselves at leisure men and women.
The storyline of these comics were very simple – often the hero or heroine had to save yourself, a loved one or the world from evil geniuses and all sorts of evil. I mean, nothing really exclusive. But the main "trick" of fumetti was in the graphic part, which welcomed nudity and even spicy scenes.
The authors of the comics had achieved in his art, great heights, portraying sultry babe is very realistic and delicious. Considering fumetti, it is easy to find an analogy with American pin-up and, if you dig deeper, with posters of erotic and pornographic films in the 40 to 60‑ies of the last century.
Perhaps this apparent nostalgia for the post-war era and was the cause of the high demand for the comic. Will be sold like hot cakes, even at a time when Europe is already being sold erotic magazines and magazines with older movies.
Good comic of fumetti can be easily recognized by three characteristics displayed on the cover: a woman with a minimum of clothes, a fatal villain with a gun and a terrible monster or a Ghost. In that case, if all these elements were present in the design circulation could be considered sold out.
Isn't this a beautiful piece of art of the 20th century? While posters for popular movies created by the artists of a student from Ghana, in our opinion, it is still cooler.