Fumetti Porno - Party Hard Comic by Francesco and Roberto

Fumetti Porno - Party Hard Comic by Francesco and Roberto

"If youth is the hangover, then the rest of life is the hangover": if you believe this as well and it is preventing you from becoming an adult, perhaps Party Hard (David Guetta's hit) will persuade you otherwise. Francesco Guarnaccia and Roberto D'Agnano's (Feltrinelli Comics) comic can be therapeutic on this topic without being a bad grip.

A group of five guys who have known each other since high school travel for weeks between absurd parties in search of the perfect team, DJs, bartenders, and so on. And win a wager. Before becoming 'famous.' Between the weed, the spritz hangover, the techno, the serial killers, and the post-smoke bronzes. They are not Tondelli's other libertines: they are more carefree. And this is the story's beauty and ugliness: it's a little unsure and immature. The creators, on the other hand, are gifted. And, to put it another way, their graphic novel has the rhythm, duration, and flaws of a good party.

The authors, unsurprisingly, are both in their twenties. The illustrations are by Roberto D'Agnano, Turin, born in 1997, world of fanzines in Bologna (Trapkid la di lui), with Beccogiallo making his first official appearance in a chapter of the comic on nuclear tactical Penguins. His brightly colored style, tinged with acid, is reminiscent of Cartoon Network's glory days. "Well, that's exactly it," he says over the phone, "that Dexter and Samurai Jack of the 1990s and early 2000s." But I'm also inspired by Gumball from Adventure Time and Michael DeForge's self-produced products." Even when viewing his previous works, the party appears to grow naturally around him.


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Francesco Guarnaccia, from Pisa, who wrote only the texts this time, agrees: "I gave him the dialogues, he made the scenes." "Roberto has a fantastic, fluid storytelling style." "Give me this Maccio Capatonda quote: he has it right in his hands." Guarnaccia is older, having been born in 1994. He is a member of the Mammaiuto collective, with whom he produced From Here to Eternity, which was re-edited by Shockdom in 2014 and released by Bao with Iperurania two years ago.

Both learned to make comics when they were very young, as self-taught students still in high school, so much so that they studied other things at university: D'Agnano graphic design and Guarnaccia industrial design.


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"Party Hard is Francesco's adolescence, but it's also mine," D'Agnano says. As a generation, we are particularly attached to party imagery, and we enjoy messing around. That's what I'm missing the most right now. And I literally began and finished the comic in quarantine, with a touch of melancholy, because I drew gatherings while Conte was on TV."


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"The book is not autobiographical," Guarnaccia clarifies, "even though it contains the names of my friends and things we've done." My roommate read it and discovered herself (she is Anna in the comic, for whoever will buy it, ed. ). I'd been working on this story since my first year of university. "When I picked it up, I told myself that I wanted it to be a record of what I thought when I was twenty." The setting is a cross between Bologna and Pisa: there's Piazza delle Vettovaglie, the heart of Pisan nightlife, but also a Bolognese bar, "where we'd like to present the book when we can."


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"However, I disagree with my twenty-year-old self and this idea of fun experienced as self-destruction to take off on a whim before everything ends and we become adults," Guarnaccia concludes. "Later, I realized that growing up is simply a matter of finding a square; otherwise, you end up being overwhelmed by your own adolescent spirit." You can also have a good time with adults. "Well, I don't want this message to be misconstrued."

 

But first, let's look at the prologue's tables:


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