Milo Manara’s Gullivera

Jonathan Swift’s timeless political satire takes a saucy turn when a student, Gullivera, finds herself shipwrecked. Barely clad and washed up on a beach she’s t

I received this as a part of a HumbleBundle and it’s much more pornographic than I thought it was going to be, but it’s also much better than it has any right being. It’s a 1995 adaption of Jonathan Swift’s 1726 “Gulliver’s Travels” which was a satirical rip on European politics and governments of the day. Manara’s version of the story is more luridly salacious, foregoing any kind of society commentary for expertly drawn female genitalia. I think I’m a fan of Milo’s now though, because if anything I love his take on the feminine form.

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    Used to love the artwork of Manara, such to the point that I have a print copy of “Click” vol 1-3…. Granted, I bought the work when it was difficult to find…. The only way to stumble upon most of it was via the samples in Heavy Metal magazine.

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