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This page was last edited on 16 Decemberat From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He died on August 8 at the age of In the s, he participated in two political humour magazines: He made two famous comics, Los Supermachos and Los agachadoswhich were a humorous criticism of the Mexican government.
Views Read Edit View history. After his successes with these, he made many books, all illustrated and written by hand by him and covering a range of topics on politics, vegetarianism, pprimero religion.
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The book made no particularly great impact, but the English language publication of Marx for Beginnersa translation of his Marx para principiantesa comic strip representation of the life and ideas of Karl Marxbecame an international bestseller and kicked off the For Beginners series of books from Writers and Readers and later Icon Books.
In the s he began cartooning in magazines and newspapers, sometimes regarding political themes. He used to be an open advocate of the Cuban revolution as in Cuba for Beginners and a strong Soviet bloc sympathizer until the end of the Cold War.
El Chahuistle and El Chamuco named after an insect plague and the devil, respectively, because they were harsh on politicians and religious leaders. Mexican director Alfonso Arau made Calzonzin Inspectora live action film based on characters appearing in Los Supermachos that was released in His books have become popular mainly because of their humour, which attempts to reach the general reader, as well as for their simplicity and intellectual acuteness.
Rius was a fierce political activist, and his progressive and left-wing point of view is often present in his writings, accompanied by a strong criticism about neoliberal Mexican doctrines, US Government policies, and the Riks Church. This name uses Spanish naming customs: One of the most popular Mexican cartoonists, Rius has written over a hundred books that remain widely popular, especially amongst his Mexican readers. Retrieved from ” https: They give an overview of their theme without becoming difficult.