Friday, May 9, 2008

Nasal Aspiration Sinusitis


Daniele Bevilacqua, a renowned theologian of the Italian comic, he good-naturedly apostrophised the undertaking of this book "a working dog." For us editors this phrase has become a motus and a modus vivendi. The material collected to date, made faces and cartoons, as well as biographies of the authors who are left are really a performance index. The company, never attempted before, is fascinating in its "supposed" impossibility. The working group has grown in number. Each of us feels a cog human Metropolis, Fritz Lang's film PDO

Monday, April 28, 2008

Refractor Making Atm Telescope

the work started!

Back from Comicon in Naples we finally found the time to open the blog's Illustrated Dictionary of New Italian comics. A project that the publisher Francesco Coniglio stroked for years and who now finally started work drafting. An ambitious project, a monumental, never tried to date and, above all, very delicate. Index authors and professionals (in the broadest sense of the word) in Italian and pick a book which offers, in this first edition, the vast panorama of a publishing industry alive and very much loved.
The material collected to date (biographies, photos and sketches of each author) is very rich and interesting, especially the interior is expected that the Dictionary is not just a list of names, but a horizon of endless styles and brands.
Paolo Di Orazio, editor Dictionary.