Devorar la Tierra

Devorar la Tierra Zephyrus una mujer bellisima que cautiva a todos los hombres busca venganza y no cesara en su empeno hasta llevar a la practica el plan que tiene en mente El unico inmune a sus encantos es el marine

  • Title: Devorar la Tierra
  • Author: Osamu Tezuka
  • ISBN: 9788416581047
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Paperback
  • Zephyrus, una mujer bellisima que cautiva a todos los hombres, busca venganza y no cesara en su empeno hasta llevar a la practica el plan que tiene en mente El unico inmune a sus encantos es el marinero Gohonmatsu Seki, mas preocupado por saciar su desaforada pasion por el alcohol Devorar la Tierra es una critica satirica del capitalismo y un retrato fascinante del mundoZephyrus, una mujer belli sima que cautiva a todos los hombres, busca venganza y no cesara en su empen o hasta llevar a la pra ctica el plan que tiene en mente El u nico inmune a sus encantos es el marinero Gohonmatsu Seki, ma s preocupado por saciar su desaforada pasio n por el alcohol Devorar la Tierra es una cri tica sati rica del capitalismo y un retrato fascinante del mundo en los an os sesenta del siglo pasado.

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    1. Osamu Tezuka

      From Dr Osamu Tezuka was a Japanese manga artist, animator, producer and medical doctor, although he never practiced medicine Born in Osaka Prefecture, he is best known as the creator of Astro Boy and Kimba the White Lion He is often credited as the Father of Anime , and is often considered the Japanese equivalent to Walt Disney, who served as a major inspiration during his formative years His prolific output, pioneering techniques, and innovative redefinitions of genres earned him such titles as the father of manga and the God of Manga.


    1. Swallowing the Earth is best thought of as an interesting failure. Produced in the ferment of the late 1960s, it represents an attempt by Osamu Tezuka to grapple not only with the cultural tumult that was gripping Japan, but to engage with gekiga, the newer style of grittier, more adult comics that were gaining popularity in Japan at the time. In its endearingly addlepated way it attempts to address racism, capitalism, class conflict, patriarchy, misandry, war profiteering, the economy of scarci [...]

    2. This one sat on my shelf for quite some time before I read it, because it's huge and intimidating. This was one of Osamu Tezuka's first works for a mature audience, and it has a variety of things which may offend modern readers. In the notes for the book, it's pointed out that nearly 50 years ago, when this was written, the audience was assumed to be a fairly small one, and one in which the stereotypes used in the book were a cultural shorthand, rather than offensive and annoying. Still, he had [...]

    3. VERY sixties, both in theme and approach to the material presented. That's the writing, concept and topics covered.Hard SF, everything happening is behind the scenes and you only know as much as is considered for your own good. You, as a regular Joe, only know so much and you never really knew what was going on behind the scenes. Catastrophe is happening left, right and center - and why?Someone's got an axe to grind.The world is coming to an end, and it's all the work of a few dedicated individu [...]

    4. By Tezuka's standard, this is not his best work. This book is Tezuka's answer to the emerging gekiga scene that is getting massive attention at the time. He feels that it is time to jump into the bandwagon,so he made Swallowing the Earth. However,like any other newcomer, he fell a bit short. The plot is messy and rushed,at some point you will be a bit lost. You can feel Tezuka is trying too hard to accommodate his style into this new environment,which is weird.Even though I didn't really liked t [...]

    5. I thought I had already reviewed this but I guess not.Swallowing the Earth had a lot of potential and some great ideas, but was so ill put together that it failed to reach the greatness of other works by Tezuka. Sloppy, convoluted story telling and bad poop jokes pulled down my rating for this title. There were so many things I liked about Swallowing the Earth but too many things that made me cringe. Anytime Tezuka tries to be funny it comes off very awkwardly sexist, racist or immature.I fully [...]

    6. Naked Ladies!Not your best, Tezuka. Story was shoddy and couldn't be made up for by a flurry of good ideas and wacky inventions. The synthetic skin as a means to social unrest concept WAS great and made for some transcendent moments, but not enough was done with it. The pretty ladies driving people crazy through wild LSD-fueled sex in hopes of destroying civilization were awesome, but their philosophy was not complex enough. The making money meaningless was great! Yeah, that was just got great.A [...]

    7. This is apparently Osamu Tezuka's first attempt at creating a manga for adults, and while it's not exactly among his greatest works, it's still really interesting, and full of the craziness that he could do so well. It's got a rambling plot about some vengeful women who want to bring down society, synthetic skin that lets people change their appearance, and a simple-minded Japanese drunkard who gets mixed up in all of this. It's pretty nuts, and full of Tezuka's signature slapstick comedy and vi [...]

    8. This book is an early experiment by Tezuka to go from being primarily a children's creator to serving a more mature/adult audience. It mostly succeeds. the basic plot, a mystery woman trying to bring down the world of men, is intriguing and wonky enough to keep you interested.It veers wildly out of control though, which is a little distracting. That said, despite a more mature narrative, Tezuka continues to use the comic book form to create some dynamic, fluid set pieces by never restraining his [...]

    9. Bien qu'il s'agisse encore d'une oeuvre considérable, j'ai été moins impressionné par celle-ci que par celles qu'il m'a été donné de lire auparavant. En tant que l'une des premières oeuvres de Tezuka dans un style plus mature, avec des enjeux plus complexes (lutte et rôle des genres dans le monde), j'ai trouvé que la bande-dessinée est dans un style à mi-chemin entre le style mature et le style comique, avec un résultat bizarre. Un page traite de viol et l'autre met en scène le hé [...]

    10. Definitely not Tezuka's strongest work but still a great read. The tone and style changes drastically as the book goes on, starting as an almost comical manga and ending with a whole lot of vitriol. It read like a transitional piece for Tezuka, the missing link that closes the gap between the Astro Boys and the Message to Adolfs.

    11. Tezuka's boundless animation and his freedom from conventional plotting is always exciting, and I like here how he juxtaposes psychedelic erotica with the most cartoony slapstick. It bridges the gap between kids comics and more adult fare in a way that is not dissimilar to the American undergrounds.

    12. nunca había leído a un Tezuka tan fuerte, tan ácido y tan sangriento. Sí bien Black Jack es un anti héroe, hay pinceladas de humanidad, aquí nuestro ebrio héroe es otra víctima más de un macarbo plan de una feminazis (nunca empleado mejor el término) para traer al mundo al caos

    13. This story went in all KINDS of weird directions. Tezuka is really great, but his depiction of women often leaves something to be desired. I mean, I guess this WAS the 60s, but still.

    14. Absolutely brilliant, he was way before his time. If I ever teach a Graphic Novels class, this is going to be required reading.

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