Rat-Man Infinite Collection | Skrotos da 299+1
|Height||Inch. 5,5 (cm. 14)|
|Width||Inch. 4,7 (cm 12)|
The comic Mona Street first came out in three issues between 1988 and 1995 on the pages of Glamour International and marked Leone Frollo’s consecration in the Olympus of high-quality erotic comics. The consecration of an entire artistic life, because Frollo was a highly-experienced author who had touched upon all genres of comic and, to stay in the field of erotica, he built upon the extremely popular Snow White of 1972 by way of other curvaceous heroines until he created a vast collection of watercolour, colour pencil and pen-and-ink illustrations... published in monographs and quality magazines such as Glamour, Diva, [nu]... He finally ended up with Mona Street, a character entirely of his own making (in terms of text and artwork) who had numerous issues around the world: from Europe (France, Spain, Germany, Holland, Scandinavia) to South America and the United States. Readers elsewhere may not have had the pleasure of the puntastic name in English, but to make up for it there was all the sparkling sensuality that the girl exudes, between her candour and studied malice, roaming around the pages of her comic strip with the most innocent of doe eyes. Infinite Statue has created a statue with vast amounts of sex appeal that is shapely enough to be worthy of the drawings of Master Frollo. A richly-detailed model made to be looked at closely.
Taken from the famous parody of “300”, 299+1 is one of Leo Ortolani’s masterpieces, and so we present the epitome of bravery: making a statue of Skrotos. Straight from the cover of the legendary #62 of Rat-Man, a miniature masterpiece of sculpture that is being added to “The Infinite Collection” with all the honours it deserves. From now on, the story of the battle of Thermopylae will never be the same. Exactly...
- Mauro Gandini
- Master Painter
- Nathalie Michaud
- No scale