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The follow-up to the web cartoonist’s smash hit debut collection of twisted, hand-painted wordless comics.
Spanish cartoonist Joan Cornella’s first book, the viciously funny Mox Nox, has struck such a nerve on social media that his Facebook page has garnered over one million fan followers, three-quarters of a million Instagram followers, and a quarter-million Twitter followers. Zonzo continues the tradition with 50 all-new strips of smiling psychopaths (human and anthropomorphic) and side-splitting, hand-painted, full-color farce.
About the Author
Joan Cornella (b. 1981), is a Spanish cartoonist and illustrator.
Cornellà's art is easily identifiable, featuring six panels, black humor, and often violent situations. His are the comics where a man shoots himself in the head so that his blood spatter forms a cool mohawk. — The A.V. Club
Zonzo is, in a word, appalling. It's a wonderful reminder that comics art can still be uniquely and creatively obscene. — Vulture
Cornellà's handsomely designed third collection of queasy tableaux overflows with effervescent depravity. — Bookforum
If you’re hoping for some comics that are as funny as they are disturbing and bizarre, look no further than the work of Joan Cornellà, whose drawings invoke a lighthearted sensibility and an extremely dark sense of humor. — Flavorwire
Cornellà’s wordless one-page comic strips are uncompromising and brutally funny. — Broken Frontier