Sonaste Maneco , as near as we can make out, is an online comics magazine out of Argentina. The latest issue has some interesting content, according to an email we received:
With exclusive interviews to MILO MANARA and ALBERTO ONGARO, Sonaste Maneco analyzes the relationship between the Fumetto and the Historietas, the Italian and Argentinian comics. Manara talks about his works with Hugo Pratt, Federico Fellini and Alexandro Jodorowsky, his passion for Pablo Picasso and the Modern Art, the relation between the Mafia and the Catholic Church, the Italian immigration in Argentina, the global phenomenon of terrorism; and the differences between eroticism and pornography.
This issue also includes a special supplement dedicated to 1806 – Invasion!, the graphic novel made by unhil and Thalos, dedicated to the British invasions of the Río de la Plata in 1806 and 1807; as well as a tribute to the memory of Roberto Fontanarrosa. And, as always, a complete service of features, reviews, critics of Isidoro, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Spider-Man 3 and the theatre plays Boogie el Aceitoso and Free Zone, based on El Eternauta comic, by Héctor Germán Oesterheld & Francisco Solano López.
It’s a sizable download and if you can read Spanish and like comics there’s plenty to keep you busy. We wish we could read that Manara interview!