The Manara Library Volume 2 HC: El Gaucho and Other Stories

The Manara Library Volume 2 HC: El Gaucho and Other Stories

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Dark Horse continues to bring the works of Italian comics master Milo Manara to American audiences with volume 2 of The Milo Manara Library! This deluxe hardcover, newly translated by Eurocomics... expert Kim Thompson, features the sweeping historical epic El Gaucho, the second of Manara's storied collaborations with his mentor Hugo Pratt, author of the internationally acclaimed Corto Maltese. Rounding out this volume is Trial by Jury, a series of shorts, never before published in the US, in which some of history's most notorious figures undergo a mock trial. * New translation of El Gaucho by Manara and Hugo Pratt! * The first and only comprehensive English collection of Manara's work. * Introductory essay by artist Stefano Gaudiano. "Beautiful historical work with gorgeous people and really erotic undertones." -Neil Gaiman on Manara
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Dark Horse continues to bring the works of Italian comics master Milo Manara to American audiences with volume 2 of The Milo Manara Library! This deluxe hardcover, newly translated by Eurocomics expert Kim Thompson, features the sweeping historical epic El Gaucho, the second of Manara's storied collaborations with his mentor Hugo Pratt, author of the internationally acclaimed Corto Maltese. Rounding out this volume is Trial by Jury, a series of shorts, never before published in the US, in which some of history's most notorious figures undergo a mock trial.

* New translation of El Gaucho by Manara and Hugo Pratt!

* The first and only comprehensive English collection of Manara's work.

* Introductory essay by artist Stefano Gaudiano.

"Beautiful historical work with gorgeous people and really erotic undertones."
-Neil Gaiman on Manara