In 1982 Manara collaborates also with the adult magazine Playmen which commissions him an erotic comics. Manara, free to give voice to his own imagination, invents an erotic transgressive and joyful story. Click is his most known and sold work about the middle-class hypocrisy; it tells about Claudia Cristiani, a wonderful woman from the upper class who drives rather uncontrollably horny, she’s dominated by sexual impulses due to a mysterious receiver implanted in her brain which sets her unconscious inclinations free. It’s a device inspired also by Buñuel’s Belle de Jour. Her change in mood is recurring and she’s always anxious to show off her body, to play sexual games with anyone, better if in public. To luxuriate is her imperative. Click has been translated in several languages, like most of Manara’s works, in French in particular with the title Le déclic. The comic will get so much success that by this work will be inspired both a film, directed by Jean-Louis Richard and played by the fascinating Florence Guérin, and a bunch of softcore American comedies. A videogame and a dance show will also be inspired by Click.