For more than 30 years, the readership of Colombias daily paper, El País, has heeded a critic who, in spite of overwhelming naïveté, has succeeded at earning a special place in their hearts. Nieves, a shy and iconoclastic young black woman, analyzes Colombia, its public figures, conflicts, passions, and misfortunes with brilliant humor and flirtation.
Gifted with exceptional critical intelligence, Consuelo Lago represents the best of Colombian graphic journalism. Her caricatures—full of humor, wit, and ingenuity—reflect the thought of an observant artist immersed in her time. This latest edition of her Nieves comics, a decalogue on recent Colombian politics, covers subjects ranging from the countrys political parties and the Congress