The Universe Of Liberatore
Heavy Metal, 2005 | English | CBR | 93 págs. | 215 MB
This book begins with a section on RanXerox, a buffed, hunky brute with blue lips and aviator glasses, was actually a mechanical Frankenstein made from scavenged photocopier parts. A lawsuit brought by Xerox Corporation forced Liberatore and co-creator Stefano Tamburini to change RanXerox’s name to Ranx. Several pages of Ranx-related illustration show the anti-hero at his sexy best along with Lubna, his underage female companion. Following the Ranx work, twenty pages of erotic art featuring topless women in a variety of threatening and/or compromising positions precede a dozen more pages of detailed sketches and costume studies from Liberatore’s notable film and animation efforts.