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Click [Paperback]

Milo Manara
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March 1 2002 Click (Book 4)
Frigid rich bitch Claudia gets a little implant in the right spot with a remote control. Turn the knob and voila! She¹s a hot cauldron of unleashed lust!

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1.0 out of 5 stars Manara, where are you? Dec 13 2002
Format:Paperback
I think Milo Manara is one of the best illustrators. In Italy I found all of Manara's works, and - in my opinion - "Click 4" is one of the worst comics of his production.
We have no plot. Nothing about the mood of Manara's "Click 1"...
Do you want to know the real great Manara? Buy "Butterscotch" or "Click1", or "Indian Summer"...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not his best work. July 8 2004
Format:Paperback
The story and art of this book should have been fabulous. And they were if compared to the work of other writers/artists. But Manara is not your average adult comic book creator.
The sketches are bland and not too interesting when compared to comics like Manara's Sutra or his various collections of drawings.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Manara, where are you? Dec 13 2002
By Nicola Bellotti - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I think Milo Manara is one of the best illustrators. In Italy I found all of Manara's works, and - in my opinion - "Click 4" is one of the worst comics of his production.
We have no plot. Nothing about the mood of Manara's "Click 1"...
Do you want to know the real great Manara? Buy "Butterscotch" or "Click1", or "Indian Summer"...
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The worst Click book . . . March 28 2005
By Steve Vander - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Adult full-color graphic novel.

Claudia Christiani returns for her fourth tale. Unfortunately, this is the weakest book in the series. Claudia's husband (same one from before, even though they had apparently separated after the first book ("Click 1")), a lawyer, represents Globalchem in a lawsuit over Methylene alcohol being used in food, causing people to go blind. The son and daughter (the sister being a little too causal about being nude in front of her brother, and the brother being a little too accommodating by shaving her and the like) of one of the victims decide to try to ruin Globalchem's lawyer by getting/using Claudia.

After failing miserably on their own, Dr. Fez contacts them to offer his help (actually, he contacted them before that, but the female didn't believe him). Apparently he has made a transmitter himself, even though he lost the first one in the first book, and by the end of that book thought that it was a fraud. His notes allowed him to create a better transmitter (strange, he didn't make the transmitter to begin with, and he never seemed to take any notes; he was a medical doctor, nothing previously implied that he was also an engineer or an inventor).

The fourth book in the series is somewhat off putting by the addition of edge of incest-like activity, though the drawing is still good. The plot is somewhat silly, and the characters are a little shallower than previous books.

Overall, the book includes scenes at the edge of incest, a certain level of humiliation, and a certain small amount of sex.
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Great Manara Book April 11 2013
By D. Hill - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
For my money, Click 2 was the best in the series, but 4 is no slouch either. The problem that readers have with it is that they want the story to be exactly like the first one, failing to realize that an artist has to change, not keep repeating himself. This is one of the last great works by Manara. Unfortunately, the scarcity of copies available these days will leave few able to judge it on its own merits, one day this book will be the hardest to find and most sought after in the series.
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not his best work. July 8 2004
By Nom de plume - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
The story and art of this book should have been fabulous. And they were if compared to the work of other writers/artists. But Manara is not your average adult comic book creator.
The sketches are bland and not too interesting when compared to comics like Manara's Sutra or his various collections of drawings.
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