One of the most popular Mexican cartoonists, Rius has written over a hundred books that remain widely popular, especially amongst his Mexican readers. Rius was a fierce political activist, and his progressive and left-wing point of view is often present in his writings, accompanied by a strong criticism about neoliberal Mexican doctrines, US Government policies, and the Catholic Church. He used to be an open advocate of the Cuban revolution as in Cuba for Beginners and a strong Soviet bloc sympathizer until the end of the Cold War. In the s he began cartooning in magazines and newspapers, sometimes regarding political themes. He made two famous comics, Los Supermachos and Los agachados , which were a humorous criticism of the Mexican government. After his successes with these, he made many books, all illustrated and written by hand by him and covering a range of topics on politics, vegetarianism, and religion.

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Oct 01, Fher Mirasol Quecholac rated it it was amazing. Oct 14, Claudia Carolina rated it really liked it. Oct 03, Frances rated it liked it. Short review: I like the pictures. In a little more detail: This is a satirical graphic novel recounting the history of Mexico, editorial cartoon style.

It was probably very controversial when it came out in the 70's. I'm enjoying it, having a little bit of trouble reading Rius' handwriting, and learning lots of new chilangoismos. I might put it aside for a few weeks or months or years , or take it up again in the middle, but it doesn't really matter.

Nov 19, Aldo rated it really liked it. The amazing history of conquering Mexico in drawings, collages and some words. Also it is a very critic work, of Mexico being continually subject of desire, first to Spain, then to USA. Miguel Zarate rated it it was amazing Nov 08, Alex rated it really liked it Feb 05, Cesar rated it liked it Jan 10, Txai Folly rated it really liked it Jun 01, Daniel rated it really liked it Nov 30, Alfredo Acosta rated it liked it Oct 15, Danna Vite rated it really liked it May 12, Luis Uriel Lugo rated it really liked it Apr 26, Fanny Gm rated it it was amazing Apr 21, Julio rated it it was amazing Oct 01, Angie rated it really liked it Nov 30, Esteban Cabrera rated it really liked it May 17, Diiann Camacho rated it it was amazing Jul 28, Karina Toral rated it it was amazing Aug 08, Mauricio Garcia rated it really liked it Aug 25, Carmen Vera rated it liked it Oct 29, VictorJ rated it really liked it Jan 21, Fernando rated it it was amazing Jan 13, Wadih rated it liked it Oct 06, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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Interminable Conquista de Mexico



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