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Mondo Urbano: A Sex, Drugs and Rock'n'roll Story.
Rafael Albuquerque (artist of Vertigo's new AMERICAN VAMPIRE series) joins Eduardo Medeiros (MAD) and Mateus Santolouco (WOLVERINE) for a riotous new graphic novel series! Told through a series of vignettes, MONDO URBANO takes readers on a gritty and exciting ride through a world of sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published September 15th 2010 by Oni Press
(first published June 22nd 2010)
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Stephen King said this was "scary as hell." I think this is evidence that either A) he'll say anything for anyone, or B) he doesn't know what the hell he's talking about. this was thoroughly skippable, proving that apparently not all Brazilians are amazing comic guys.
May 28, 2015 Lucas Peres rated it liked it
A história não tem nada demais, bonitinha,m porém sem grandes coisas. Entretanto a coloração e a dinâmica de 3 desenhistas (os desenhos do Rafael Albuquerque são extremamente característicos, me sinto lendo vampiro americano por causa das expressões dos personagens) torna um quadrinho único.
Rafael Albuquerque's art is amazing as always, but the other two artists don't really hold up quite as well. Also I'm not sure where the story is going, or exactly what the significance of a whole lot of the book was. I'm curious enough to read the next volume. All in all, the best part is a foreword by Rafael Grampa, who is pretty much the man.