Liberatore

The Universe Of Liberatore  Comics

Posted by Coda at March 14, 2017
The Universe Of Liberatore

The Universe Of Liberatore
Heavy Metal, 2005 | English | CBR | 93 págs. | 215 MB

This book begins with a section on RanXerox, a buffed, hunky brute with blue lips and aviator glasses, was actually a mechanical Frankenstein made from scavenged photocopier parts. A lawsuit brought by Xerox Corporation forced Liberatore and co-creator Stefano Tamburini to change RanXerox’s name to Ranx. Several pages of Ranx-related illustration show the anti-hero at his sexy best along with Lubna, his underage female companion. Following the Ranx work, twenty pages of erotic art featuring topless women in a variety of threatening and/or compromising positions precede a dozen more pages of detailed sketches and costume studies from Liberatore’s notable film and animation efforts.

Lucy (Liberatore) - Tome 01 - L'espoir  Comics

Posted by Maroutan at May 27, 2016
Lucy (Liberatore) - Tome 01 - L'espoir

Lucy (Liberatore) - Tome 01 - L'espoir
French | CBR | 86 pages | 145.1 MB

Tanino Liberatore  Comics

Posted by Coda at Oct. 26, 2015
Tanino Liberatore

Tanino Liberatore
Editions Kesserlink, 1985 | French | CBR | 98 pages | 101 MB

Ranxerox in New York  Comics

Posted by thingska at Oct. 4, 2013
Ranxerox in New York

Ranxerox in New York
Verlag: Carlsen | 1990 | Sprache: Deutsch | 122 Seiten | CBR | ~179 MB
Autoren: Liberatore, Stefano Tamburini

Heavy Metal Comics magazine july 2006  Comics

Posted by ekenciz at March 5, 2007
Heavy Metal Comics magazine july 2006

Heavy Metal Magazine july 2006 | CBR | 50 Mb

Heavy Metal is an American science fiction and fantasy comics magazine, known primarily for its blend of dark fantasy/science fiction and erotica. In the mid-1970s, while publisher Leonard Mogel was in Paris to jump-start the French edition of National Lampoon, he discovered the French science-fantasy magazine Métal Hurlant which had debuted December 1974. The French title translates literally as “screaming metal.”

Heavy Metal Magazine Fall 2006  Comics

Posted by ekenciz at Feb. 26, 2007
Heavy Metal Magazine Fall 2006

Heavy Metal Magazine Fall 2006 | CBR | 52 Mb

Heavy Metal is an American science fiction and fantasy comics magazine, known primarily for its blend of dark fantasy/science fiction and erotica. In the mid-1970s, while publisher Leonard Mogel was in Paris to jump-start the French edition of National Lampoon, he discovered the French science-fantasy magazine Métal Hurlant which had debuted December 1974. The French title translates literally as “screaming metal.”

When Mogel licensed the American version, he chose to rename it, and Heavy Metal began in the United States on April, 1977 as a glossy, slick full-color monthly. Initially, it displayed translations of graphic stories originally published in Métal Hurlant, including work by Enki Bilal, Jean Giraud (also known as Moebius), Phillippe Druillet and Phillippe Caza. The magazine later ran Stefano Tamburini and Tanino Liberatore's ultra-violent.

Heavy Metal Magazine March 2007  Comics

Posted by ekenciz at Feb. 24, 2007
Heavy Metal Magazine March 2007

Heavy Metal Magazine March 2007 | CBR | 50 Mb

Heavy Metal is an American science fiction and fantasy comics magazine, known primarily for its blend of dark fantasy/science fiction and erotica. In the mid-1970s, while publisher Leonard Mogel was in Paris to jump-start the French edition of National Lampoon, he discovered the French science-fantasy magazine Métal Hurlant which had debuted December 1974. The French title translates literally as “screaming metal.”

When Mogel licensed the American version, he chose to rename it, and Heavy Metal began in the United States on April, 1977 as a glossy, slick full-color monthly. Initially, it displayed translations of graphic stories originally published in Métal Hurlant, including work by Enki Bilal, Jean Giraud (also known as Moebius), Phillippe Druillet and Phillippe Caza. The magazine later ran Stefano Tamburini and Tanino Liberatore's ultra-violent.