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Borgia : Blood for the Pope

Comics & Graphic Novels

Author - Alejandro Jodorowsky
Publisher - Heavy Metal Magazine
Pages - 56
ISBN - 9781932413427


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The Borgias :

ART

Author - Alejandro Jodorowsky
Publisher - Dark Horse Books
Pages - 216
ISBN - 1506712452


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Detail - Alejandro Jodorowsky and Milo Manara's four-part sweeping saga of sex, blood, and religion is now collected in a trade paperback edition for the first time ever, a perfect companion volume to Dark Horse's award-winning Manara Library series! When Pope Innocent VIII dies, the corrupt, licentious Cardinal Rodrigo Borgia schemes, murders, and seduces his way into becoming the new Pope, immediately securing positions for his family and thereby ensuring a Borgia dynasty. With breathtakingly beautiful painted artwork by Manara, this account of Italy's first Mafia family is among comics'--and history's--sexiest, most violent, and most engaging epics! Borgia vols. 1-4 (also exists in HC format)

Royal Blood :

Comics & Graphic Novels

Author - Alejandro Jodorowsky
Publisher - Titan
Pages - 114
ISBN - 1782765190


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Detail - A shocking tale of betrayal, lust and warring kingdoms, from acclaimed creator Alejandro Jodorowsky! Wounded, betrayed and left for dead, King Alvar returns to his kingdom to regain his stolen throne. Hungry for revenge, Alvar finds himself in the middle of a bloody political game for power. To keep his throne he must crush his enemies who would destroy him with their machinations. But his own horrific appetites may prove his undoing¡­

The Spiritual Journey of Alejandro Jodorowsky : The Creator of El Topo

Biography & Autobiography

Author - Alejandro Jodorowsky
Publisher - Simon and Schuster
Pages - 288
ISBN - 1594778817


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Detail - Jodorowsky’s memoirs of his experiences with Master Takata and the group of wisewomen--magiciennes--who influenced his spiritual growth • Reveals Jodorowsky turning the same unsparing spiritual vision seen in El Topo to his own spiritual quest • Shows how the author’s spiritual insight and progress was catalyzed repeatedly by wisewoman shamans and healers In 1970, John Lennon introduced to the world Alejandro Jodorowsky and the movie, El Topo, that he wrote, starred in, and directed. The movie and its author instantly became a counterculture icon. The New York Times said the film “demands to be seen,” and Newsweek called it “An Extraordinary Movie!” But that was only the beginning of the story and the controversy of El Topo, and the journey of its brilliant creator. His spiritual quest began with the Japanese master Ejo Takata, the man who introduced him to the practice of meditation, Zen Buddhism, and the wisdom of the koans. Yet in this autobiographical account of his spiritual journey, Jodorowsky reveals that it was a small group of wisewomen, far removed from the world of Buddhism, who initiated him and taught him how to put the wisdom he had learned from his master into practice. At the direction of Takata, Jodorowsky became a student of the surrealist painter Leonora Carrington, thus beginning a journey in which vital spiritual lessons were transmitted to him by various women who were masters of their particular crafts. These women included Doña Magdalena, who taught him “initiatic” or spiritual massage; the powerful Mexican actress known as La Tigresa (the “tigress”); and Reyna D’Assia, daughter of the famed spiritual teacher G. I. Gurdjieff. Other important wisewomen on Jodorowsky’s spiritual path include María Sabina, the priestess of the sacred mushrooms; the healer Pachita; and the Chilean singer Violeta Parra. The teachings of these women enabled him to discard the emotional armor that was hindering his advancement on the path of spiritual awareness and enlightenment.

The Panic Fables : Mystic Teachings and Initiatory Tales

Body, Mind & Spirit

Author - Alejandro Jodorowsky
Publisher - Simon and Schuster
Pages - 304
ISBN - 1620555387


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Detail - The complete series of filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky’s spiritual comics, translated into English for the first time • Contains all 284 of Jodo’s Panic Fables comics, published weekly from 1967 to 1973 in Mexico City’s El Heraldo newspaper • Includes an introduction describing how the Panic Fables came to be • Explains how he incorporated Zen teachings, initiatory wisdom, and sacred symbology into his Panic Fables, as well as himself as one of the characters In 1967, in response to theatrical censorship rules that put him on the political “black list” in Mexico City and caused his plays and his pantomime classes at the School of Fine Arts to be cancelled, Alejandro Jodorowsky decided to pursue a new form of artistic expression to earn his living: comics. Working with his friend Luis Spota, the editor of the cultural section of the newspaper El Heraldo de México, Jodo initially planned 3 months’ worth of weekly comics, which he would draw himself. However, his “Panic Fables”--named after his early ‘60s avant-garde theater movement in Paris--were met with such insatiable popularity that he continued the series for six and a half years, from June 1967 until December 1973. Appearing for the first time in English, this book presents all 284 of Jodorowsky’s Panic Fables in full color, along with an introduction by the author. He reveals how his first comics reflected his pessimism about the future and the meaning of life, the negativity of which soon exhausted him. He realized he needed to show the positivity that he encountered in life, and thus, little by little, he began incorporating Zen teachings, initiatory wisdom, and sacred symbology into his Panic Fables. Through this transformation and the outpouring of support from his devoted readers, many of whom cite the Panic Fables as providing pivotal guidance during their adolescence, Jodo discovered that art can serve to heal as well as raise consciousness. Writing himself into his comics, Jodo can be glimpsed as the character of the disciple who talks with his master and, as the series progresses, gradually grows to assume the role of master, providing psychomagic solutions to the problems of everyday life. In reading the complete Panic Fables in chronological order, much like his film The Dance of Reality, we witness in colorful detail Jodorowsky’s own path of spiritual growth.

Borgia : Flames from Hell

Comics & Graphic Novels

Author - Milo Manara
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 48
ISBN - 9781935351146


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Detail - THE 3RD AND FINAL INSTALMENT OF THE BORGIA MAFIA TRILOGY.

Caravaggio: The palette and the sword :

Comics & Graphic Novels

Author - Milo Manara
Publisher - Dark Horse Comics
Pages - 64
ISBN - 1506703399


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Detail - "Chronicling the pleasures and struggles of Michelangelo Merisi (who the world would come to know as Caravaggio) during the painter's early years in Rome, this seminal work is Manara's love letter to his idol--one of the most revered and influential artists in history. Filled with striking and timeless artwork, this hardcover is the first English-language edition of another modern Manara masterpiece"--

Metabarons : Comic 2

Author - Alexandro Jodorowsky
Publisher - Humanoids Publishing
Pages - 233
ISBN - 9780967240145


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Humanoids Presents - The Jodoverse :

Comics & Graphic Novels

Author - Alejandro Jodorowsky
Publisher - Humanoids Inc
Pages - 112
ISBN - 1594658862


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Detail - A peek into the mind-blowing works of Alexandro Jodorowsky!

The Manara Library :

Graphic novels

Author - Milo Manara
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 233
ISBN - 9781595827852


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Manara Erotica Volume 1: Click! and Other Stories :

Comics & Graphic Novels

Author - Milo Manara
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 292
ISBN - 9781506702612


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Portrait of a Young Painter : Pepe Zuniga and Mexico City's Rebel Generation

History

Author - Mary Kay Vaughan
Publisher - Duke University Press
Pages - 304
ISBN - 0822376121


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Detail - In Portrait of a Young Painter, the distinguished historian Mary Kay Vaughan adopts a biographical approach to understanding the culture surrounding the Mexico City youth rebellion of the 1960s. Her chronicle of the life of painter Pepe Zúñiga counters a literature that portrays post-1940 Mexican history as a series of uprisings against state repression, injustice, and social neglect that culminated in the student protests of 1968. Rendering Zúñiga's coming of age on the margins of formal politics, Vaughan depicts midcentury Mexico City as a culture of growing prosperity, state largesse, and a vibrant, transnationally-informed public life that produced a multifaceted youth movement brimming with creativity and criticism of convention. In an analysis encompassing the mass media, schools, politics, family, sexuality, neighborhoods, and friendships, she subtly invokes theories of discourse, phenomenology, and affect to examine the formation of Zúñiga's persona in the decades leading up to 1968. By discussing the influences that shaped his worldview, she historicizes the process of subject formation and shows how doing so offers new perspectives on the events of 1968.