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Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel
Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel

Cannibale was an Italian underground comics magazine with humoristic and satirical overtones. Founded by Stefano Tamburini and Massimo Mattioli in the winter of 1977 and last published in July 1979. They were the first to publish Tanino Liberatore's RanXerox, which was later translated all over the world. The best known authors were Stefano Tamburini, Filippo Scòzzari, Andrea Pazienza, Tanino Liberatore, Massimo Mattioli.

Tamburini named the magazine after the dadaist journal of the same name by Francis Picabia.

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  • Prima pagare poi ricordare. Da «Cannibale» a «Frigidaire». Storia di un manipolo di ragazzi geniali, Filippo Scòzzari, 2004, Coniglio Editore

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