Sin embargo, Polsky, preocupado por su esposa e hijos, abandona la casa desoyendo las advertencias de sus amigos y fallece tras dar unos pasos en la calle. Gracias al traje, Juan Salvo puede salir a buscar en las tiendas los suministros para subsistir. Sin embargo, no llegan a hacerlo. Se les captura un arma lanzarrayos de gran poder, capaz de destruir tanques o aviones de un solo disparo.
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A classic in Argentina, and now, finding a larger audience in translations all over the world. The story begins with an illustrator, drawing at home.
An apparition appears, introducing himself as "The Eternaut". He wants to tell his story And who better to tell it to than this illustrator?
In Buenos Aires, 4 friends are playing a card game. Snow begins to fall outside. But this "snow" kills upon contact with skin. As the world outside is decimated, the friends create sealed suits to venture out and find other survivors and provisions. It is soon obvious that this deadly snow is a distraction for the real threat - an alien invasion is taking place.
Juan Salvo and his friends join forces with other survivors to fight 3 different alien species: beetles, dinosaur-like gurbos, and the humanoid "hand" creatures. Oesterheld, the author, continued to write more Salvo stories, and collaborated for other graphic works. This English translation, published by Fantagraphics in and and re-released in is a stunning work, both in content and in its book form.
Truly one of my favorite books of Thanks to Fantagraphics, that oversight has now been amended. I just wonder why it took so long to Outstanding! I just wonder why it took so long to translate this work into English. We plan on discussing this title in an upcoming episode of The Comics Alternative, and I hope to have Fernando on the show discussing this with us.
El Eternauta [Cómic Completo]
This version featured artwork by Alberto Breccia , who drew the story in an experimental and unique style diverging from the original expression. It was first published on May 29, in the weekly Gente. Disturbed by the Dirty War and political repression of the period, Oesterheld criticized the dictatorship. He placed himself as a narrating character within the story. Having joined the banned leftist organization Montoneros with his daughters, Oesterheld wrote the chapters from hidden locations. He disappeared in His daughters also disappeared, as were their husbands.
Héctor Germán Oesterheld
El Eternauta : Una metﾃ｡fora de resistencia (Historieta completa en PDF)