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ANA VON REBEUR, “ROBERTO FONTANARROSA”NIN SÝTESÝNÝ TANITIYOR BÝZLERE..
Roberto Fontanarrosa told that he studied his genealogical tree and that he found that Christopher Columbus mother had his same surname. So, he claimed to be a direct descendant of
His major credit was to create the comic strip done with delirious humor and a touch of poetry and domestic philosophy, all full of hilarious phrases and crazy comparisons. An admirer of Woody Allen, he used parody as his main style, copying in a very funny ways the stories of superheroes, courageous gauchos ( Argentinean cowboys) and heartless mafia men , as his famous character “ Oily Boogie” parodying the “Dirty Harry” played by Clint Eastwood, and turning all of it to the absolute humor, up to a point where you guessed he had a lot of fun doing it .
He had the same quality as a cartoonist, as a comic autor, and as a writer of short stories and novels. His production was amazingly big, but the biggest delight was to meet him in person. In his conferences and lectures he showed such a fast mind and wit , together with the ability to take all solemnity out of the situation , that every lecture of him was full of people laughing out loud . Adults and children were fans of him alike. And he had the inner peace of the performer who knows the play, word by word , and who knows he had the audience in his hand, knowing when exactly to say the most effective joke of the night, the one that will leave the audience at his feet , begging for more . People adored him, grateful of having someone so full of witty ideas . He was the only one who could speak about cursing and the word “shit” during his lecture on the Spanish Language Congress, full of philologist and serious professors who couldn’t stop laughing. His mere presence made everybody laugh. And he was no clown, and he didn’t laugh himself. He just was amazingly natural and smart at the same time.
He wrote 33 humor books, (not counting the one where he participated as illustrator), created a lot of comic strips for different magazines, was cartoonists and writer for Clarín newspaper and a creative collaborator of Les Luthiers comic musical group. His shorts stories had been turned into playwrights for theatre and TV, and were always successful. In 2002 he was member of the jury in Aydin Dogan Foundation International Cartoon Festival in
In the last two years he got a lot of recognition and awards, both in
Fontanarrosa was a great writer, a witty humorist, an impressive artist, a simple, direct, funny man and a football fan who t always preserved his accessible and familiar style , letting everybody feel identified with him. No wonder we are missing him a lot.