adamovic

#ClassA [parte 2]

Bebe do meu copo que hoje cê pode 💋

A vida, às vezes só ensina quando a oportunidade acaba 🌴

Bem que eu te avisei que eu era um problema.

Eu só sei que nada sei é nem ajo como se soubesse 🌴

Me deixa sentir o teu perfume ❤

Não vou me perder por algo que me leve a perder tudo.

Eu sei, o tempo passa, mas não passa a vontade e a necessidade de te ter por perto 💕

Ela se sente culpado por saber que se apaixonou sabendo que eu não ia voltar.

Rebola no meu colo, do jeito eu gosto você sabe fazer 😍

Vem pra cá que nós relaxa! 💕

É necessário viver, arrependimentos são consequências 🍃

Eu faço grana, ela faz drama, eu vou embora, ela me chama ❤

Tu sabe que eu sumo, mas eu volto ❤

Hoje a grana tá baixa, mas a vontade tá em alta 💋

Às vezes ela vai embora, mas volta porque gosta ❤

Eu sei, o futuro é incerto.

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…some panels from the first few books of ‘The Waters of Deadmoon’ (Story: Patrick Cothias - Art: Philippe Adamov - Heavy Metal, May 1990 through May 1991 - originally published in France as ‘Les Eaux de Mortelune’ by Glénat, 1986 through 1989), very much to my liking in the same vein as ‘Freakwave’ by Milligan/McCarthy & very Moebius…  

And then the giant alien growth revealed itself to the rest of the city. The first panel almost looks like it’s been cut off a bit in favor of the bottom panel. It’s an interesting effect.

(Heavy Metal issue #161, March 1996 - Page 109 Dayak: The Green Room by Adamov)

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Gengis Kahn by Patrick Cothias (scenario) and Griffo (art).

Patrick Cothias (Paris, December 31st 1948) is a french comic-book writer.

In 1969 Cothias left university, where he was attending Philosophy, and travelled around the world for two years. After that, he decided to dedicate himself to the comics. He wrote some scripts for his friend Régis Loisel and, in 1980, he created the character of Masquerouge (drawn by André Juillard) and a comic series for kids with the same name. In 1981 he started to work for the Glénat Editions and developed the character of Masquerouge for a more adult audience and created, again with Juillard, the masterpiece Le 7 vies de l'Épercier, followed by other comics such as Le vent de dieux and Les eaux de Mortelune for Adamov. The historical comic genre became his trademark. He won the Angouleme Prize for the Best Scenario in 1995 for the comic Le lievre de mars (drawn by Parras). After 2000, he focused more on writing novels.


Griffo (Wilrik, May 21st 1949) is the pen name of belgian comic-book illustrator Werner Goelen. He collaborated with the popular humoristic magazine Tintin although he preferred a more realistic style. Starting from 1984, he dedicated himself completely to the comics and created with Jean Van Hamme the trilogy S.O.S Bonheur. Along with the writer Dufaux he ventured in the historical comic genre, creating comics such as Giacom C. (on the life of Giacomo Casanova) and Sade (upon the life of the Marquis de Sade). He then made the drawing for the fantasy comic Monsieur Noir. In 1996 he started to collaborate with Cothias for the epic comic Gengis Kahn and La pension du Docteur Eon. With texts of Swolfs, he illustrated the sci-fi comic Vlad and he was the main illustrator of the apocalyptic thriller Empire USA

(Source: Mondadori-Historica. Translation by me).

Sé que tengo cáncer. Lo que quiero decir antes de morir es que odio a los psiquiatras. En el hospital de Rodez yo vivía bajo el terror de una frase:
“El señor Artaud no come hoy, pasa al electroshock”.
Sé que existen torturas más abominables. Pienso en  Van Gogh, en Nerval, en todos los demás. Lo que es atroz es que en pleno siglo XX un médico se pueda apoderar de un hombre y con el pretexto de que está loco o débil hacer con él lo que le plazca.
Yo padecí cincuenta electroshocks, es decir, cincuenta estados de coma. Durante mucho tiempo fui amnésico. Había olvidado incluso a mis amigos: Marthe Robert, Henri Thomas, Adamov; ya no reconocía ni a Jean Louis Barrault. Aquí en Ivry sólo el doctor Delmas me hizo bien; lamentablemente murió…
Estoy asqueado del psicoanálisis, de ese “freudismo” que se las sabe todas.

            Antonin Artaud.
Una de sus últimas declaraciones.