Monday, April 11, 2016


Lifting the skin of things Nicaragua, 1976. Supported by the Guardia disaster, "Tachito" Somoza reign supreme in this small Central American country. Young seminarian son of a large family of Managua, the capital, Gabriel painted. Christ, the Passion, the saints. He is good at that. That's why he was sent to exercise his art from Ruben, the priest of San Juan, a small village nestled in the mountains. Disliked by villagers, because he is the son of his father, Gabriel will get to know them and love them, encouraged by Ruben urging him to paint them as they are, men and women of flesh and blood. Thus, by "lifting the skin of things," Gabriel discovers military repression against peasants and against itself the crushing yoke of sensuality. For him as for the villagers, times are rumbling revolt and revolution smoldering.
After his flight from San Juan, Gabriel Serna roams the forest wounded. Exhausted, he is rescued by Sandinista guerrillas. They seek to reach their base to negotiate the exchange of Ruben and father of one of them against the American military adviser they hold hostage. Disavowing his name and wishing also to cut down the power in place, Gabriel joined the group. Begins a long journey through the hostile environment in which he will take up arms and kill, and know love. The teenager became adult. The young seminarian erased turns into a determined man. In ninety beautiful pages, Emmanuel Lepage painted with force and power metamorphosis of his hero, perceptible just by looking at the cover of the second volume of Muchacho. The first game had brought the young Gabriel to see the world with different eyes, to understand the misery of his compatriots, far from the hushed atmosphere. This bande dessinee was created by Emmanuel Lepage.


Muchacho 01.7z | 16 MB | LINK:
Muchacho 02.7z | 22 MB | LINK:
Muchacho 001 (2015) (Europe Comics) (digital) (Lynx-Empire).cbr | 82.57MB | LINK:
Muchacho 002 (2016) (Europe Comics) (digital) (Lynx-Empire).cbr | 108.81MB | LINK:


Muchacho V1 #1 (of 2) (2004).pdf | 43.3 MB | LINK:
Muchacho V2 #2 (of 2) (2006).pdf | 71.1 MB | LINK:

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