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Issue #34: Diving into the world of Comics 💭

The Hypercritic Weekly Newsletter
Dear Hypercritics,
At the end of October, our Editorial Staff attended Lucca Comics & Games, the largest comics festival in Europe with hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.
We decided to dedicate this week’s newsletter to this art form, which can originate from stories and characters and entire worlds, spreading to other fields, such as film, TV shows, and video games. 
Let’s start with a meeting with a comics genius!💡
Enjoy your journey✏️ 

➡️ Read
Frank Miller – American Genius | A Master of Comics at Lucca Comics & Games 2021
An ancestor of comics
➡️ Explore
The Majesty of Simone Martini in Siena
Unexpected matches and bandes dessinées evolution
➡️ Read
Spokon, a neverending relationship between Manga, Anime and Sport | Interview with Cristian Posocco
➡️ Read
Multiple variations of a wound | Saviano & Hanuka's graphic novel Sono ancora vivo
➡️ Read
Women of Wonder, the role of female characters in comics | Interview with Andrea Cavaletto
Comics adaptations
➡️ Read
How Watchmen Changed Comics Forever
➡️ Watch
Watchmen | A subversion of the superhero
➡️ Read
The Caped Crusader on his 82nd Birthday | Origins and Death stories of Batman
➡️ Watch
The Dark Knight | An allegory of 9/11 and The War on Terror
➡️ Read
Persepolis | An intimate narration of war
➡️ Watch
Persepolis Animation
➡️Read
The Neon Genesis Evangelion manga is an oedipal take on mecha
➡️ Watch
Neon Genesis Evangelion | The harsh relationship with the other
➡️ Read Kobane Calling | Zerocalcare reports on a fight for an ideal
That’s all folks! But keep an eye on our growing Comics collection!💬
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Issue created by Giulia Avataneo, Clara Gastaldi, and Giovanni Di Rienzo.
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