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Reports from Cuba’s Venezuela: The unsafe, expensive, and illegal adventures of Cheverito

By Anabella Abadi and Bárbara Lira in Caracas Chronicles:

The unsafe, expensive, and illegal adventures of Cheverito

The Venezuelan Ministry of Torism has just released the Adventures of Cheverito, a comic that revolves around an eco-friendly Venezuelan – Cheverito (how many meetings did it take to come up with that?) – who travels around the country alongside his trusted companion Eco.

After identifying the cost of Cheverito’s adventures in Venezuela – anything but cheap -, we sat down with @danielragua to take a long look at other kind of crazy things from the PDF version of the comic:

  • The artist that made the cover seems to be a fan of Pokémon. Intellectual property, anyone?

CheveritoPokémon

  •  What the hell is Eco? A Pokeball? Flubber?!

EcoBallFlubber

  •  Or maybe Eco is a long lost cousin of Wilson (from the movie “Cast Away“), and Cheverito is simply lonely?

EcoWilson

Continue reading HERE.

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