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Dare - di Grant Morrison e Rian Hughes

Aperto da Matches Malone, 05 Ottobre 2010, 16:31:27

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American_Gaijin89

Citazione di: King Mob il 06 Ottobre 2010, 00:11:43
Adventures of Adolf Hitler ? °_________________°

Ecco qua: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Adventures_of_Hitler

CitazioneThe New Adventures of Hitler was a satirical and surreal (one scene has Hitler opening a cupboard to find Morrissey singing "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now") strip based on the claims of Hitler's sister-in-law Bridget Dowling that Hitler had lived with her, her husband Alois Hitler, Jr., and her son William Patrick Hitler in Liverpool from 1912 to 1913. It first appeared in Cut, a Scottish arts and culture magazine and became instantly controversial, and some accused Morrison of being a Nazi [1] due to his use of Hitler in what was essentially a humorous story.
The resulting controversy saw Pat Kane, the lead singer of the band Hue and Cry as well as one of the magazine's editors, threaten to walk off the magazine and indulge in a public war of words with Morrison over his intentions with the strip.[citation needed] The debate widened to cover freedom of speech issues and became a nationwide news story when the tabloid newspaper The Sun got hold of the story.[citation needed] The New Adventures of Hitler completed its run in Cut but the controversy continued when the story was reprinted in Crisis in 1990.
Crisis was a spin off from 2000 AD which printed more adult-oriented work and The New Adventures of Hitler fit in with the themes of the magazine. However the controversy which had surrounded the story in Cut continued with the strip's reprinting in Crisis. The story ran from Crisis in issues 46-49 and a proposed collected edition by IPC never appeared. Morrison himself had planned to set up his own imprint to self-publish some of his work, including The New Adventures of Hitler, but nothing came of the idea. [2]






eddiekrueger

Ma Dan Dare di Garth Ennis? Niente, eh?

Nexus

Citazione di: eddiekrueger il 07 Ottobre 2010, 01:23:24
Ma Dan Dare di Garth Ennis? Niente, eh?

Quello è recente, prima o poi arriverà (o c'è il volume inglese su BD :sisi:)
Previously known as Andrea.

eddiekrueger

e mi sa che appena potrò lo piglio da BD -_-

King Mob

Citazione di: American_Gaijin89 il 07 Ottobre 2010, 01:18:49
Citazione di: King Mob il 06 Ottobre 2010, 00:11:43
Adventures of Adolf Hitler ? °_________________°

Ecco qua: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Adventures_of_Hitler

CitazioneThe New Adventures of Hitler was a satirical and surreal (one scene has Hitler opening a cupboard to find Morrissey singing "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now") strip based on the claims of Hitler's sister-in-law Bridget Dowling that Hitler had lived with her, her husband Alois Hitler, Jr., and her son William Patrick Hitler in Liverpool from 1912 to 1913. It first appeared in Cut, a Scottish arts and culture magazine and became instantly controversial, and some accused Morrison of being a Nazi [1] due to his use of Hitler in what was essentially a humorous story.
The resulting controversy saw Pat Kane, the lead singer of the band Hue and Cry as well as one of the magazine's editors, threaten to walk off the magazine and indulge in a public war of words with Morrison over his intentions with the strip.[citation needed] The debate widened to cover freedom of speech issues and became a nationwide news story when the tabloid newspaper The Sun got hold of the story.[citation needed] The New Adventures of Hitler completed its run in Cut but the controversy continued when the story was reprinted in Crisis in 1990.
Crisis was a spin off from 2000 AD which printed more adult-oriented work and The New Adventures of Hitler fit in with the themes of the magazine. However the controversy which had surrounded the story in Cut continued with the strip's reprinting in Crisis. The story ran from Crisis in issues 46-49 and a proposed collected edition by IPC never appeared. Morrison himself had planned to set up his own imprint to self-publish some of his work, including The New Adventures of Hitler, but nothing came of the idea. [2]







Ma SBAV.

Ma quanto tempo ci separa dalla prossima estate?

Nexus

 :o

Non ho parole, Dare è un capolavoro, mi chiedo come ho fatto a non venirne a conoscenza prima: Morrison prende un eroe sci-fi culto della Gran Bretagna e gli applica pesantemente il revisionismo; ormai in pensione, di Daniel rimane solo il simbolo (anche il titolo, un semplice Dare, è esplicativo, così come i netti disegni di Hughes), un'icona del self-made man, futuro e espansione. Per questo la sua immagine vuole essere sfruttata dal governo di destra di Gloria Monday (a.k.a. Margareth Tatcher), che viene rappresentato senza fronzoli come un inferno. Morrison consuma Daniel dall'interno, e ne racconta le ultime vicende, con tanto di metafumettismo finale.

Siamo fortunati ad averlo in volume :sisi:
Previously known as Andrea.


eddiekrueger



eddiekrueger


BlackJack


eddiekrueger


Murnau

Ma io non ho capito, questo fumetto è stato presentato a Lucca e uscirà nelle fumetterie a dicembre, oppure esce adesso e io non l'ho visto quando lo hanno annunciato sul Mega?
Vendo vari Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Frank Miller




Tu non sai che cosa voglia dire sentirli tutti addosso, gli anni, e non capirli più.
                                                                                                                                   La notte, 1961

Non c'è storia più grande della nostra, quella mia e tua. Quella dell'Uomo e della Donna.
                                                                                                                                    Il cielo sopra Berlino, 1987

Nexus

Credo uscirà a fine Novembre/inizio Dicembre :sisi:
Previously known as Andrea.

Murnau

Ho letto un'intervista all'editore: gennaio/febbraio circa.  :sisi:
Vendo vari Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Frank Miller




Tu non sai che cosa voglia dire sentirli tutti addosso, gli anni, e non capirli più.
                                                                                                                                   La notte, 1961

Non c'è storia più grande della nostra, quella mia e tua. Quella dell'Uomo e della Donna.
                                                                                                                                    Il cielo sopra Berlino, 1987