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zlatan bihac
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gledajući onaj raspored izdavanja VČ, svako 2-3 mjeseca se pojavi jedna praznina, to jest, naiđe četvrtak kada nema kiosk izdanja..i šta su uradili u VČ..
našli su bonelli junaka, koji nije izlazio dosad kod nas, (ne računajući onaj jedan broj mavericka)koji je relativno kratak serijal,54 broja, bez popratnih edicija tipa specijali, maxi, presenta, almanaha i slično, koji vjerovatno i ne košta nešto previše kad su u pitanju prava na njega, jer je u pitanju davno okončan serijal,i sad će iči tako svaka 3 mjeseca da izdaju..ne znam zašto toliko negativnih komentara...pa bolje to, nego da izdaju čiko ili zagor specijale, ili još neku dilanovu ediciju..novi junak, kiosk izdanje, premijerno kod nas, i polako...
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@zlatan bihac
pa zato sto tex,m.no,m.m idu na konac(tromesecno-dvomesecno) i zato sto k.izdanja isto tih junaka idu relativno...ovaj napoleone samo zagusuje strip scenu ili mozda gresim...................

Juznjak!

ajmo dzudasa!vreme je!
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zlatan bihac
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@zlatan bihac
pa zato sto tex,m.no,m.m idu na konac(tromesecno-dvomesecno) i zato sto k.izdanja isto tih junaka idu relativno...ovaj napoleone samo zagusuje strip scenu ili mozda gresim...................


možda su jednostavno htjeli da taj slobodan termin popune..kako su završili marka specijale i bred barona, prekinuli sa čiko izdanjima i dampirom, zagor specijale smanjili na 1 godišnje kad su dostigli talijane, mister noa i texa prebacili na svaka tri mjeseca, jednostavno se pojavilo tih nekih slobodnih termina pa su krenuli sa dd pm i sad sa napoleonom kao kiosk izdanje..nisu htjeli ubrzavati mister noa, texa ili martija na svaki ili svaki drugi mjesec, jer se puno ih vrati, to jest ne proda se, pa nek stoji 3 mjeseca na kiosku, i onda su krenuli sa tim novim junakom..vjerovatno bi bili mnogi sretniji da je dragonero taj koji bi išao na kioske, ali dobili smo napoleona i meni lićno je drago što će ići i što ćemo imati prilike da imamo još jednog boneli junaka na kioscima...
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Bila bi lepa vest da nije u pitanju VC
Da recimo vaskrsne Padora, ovo ostalo u Srbiji sve moj do mojega sto se tice Bonelijevih izdanja


Nemoj da zaboraviš Phoenix Press i Colta...

Carpe diem
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Nemam nista protiv, iako me ne zanima, ali sad se vec i sam pitam cemu, ako smo poslednjeg i prvog Dragonera dobili na pretproslom sajmu.
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quote:
Originally posted by Tex Willer

Bila bi lepa vest da nije u pitanju VC
Da recimo vaskrsne Padora, ovo ostalo u Srbiji sve moj do mojega sto se tice Bonelijevih izdanja


Nemoj da zaboraviš Phoenix Press i Colta...



Nisam, ali i on izdaje na kapaljku Taman kad zaboravim na PP, eto neko izdanje kao grom iz vedra neba, posle visemesecne pauze
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Nemam nista protiv, iako me ne zanima, ali sad se vec i sam pitam cemu, ako smo poslednjeg i prvog Dragonera dobili na pretproslom sajmu.



Ma sve su zeznuli osim kiosk Zagora i DD. Zapoceli milon stvari i nista ne guraju kako valja. A nesto uopste i ne guraju vise, npr. Talicnog
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MY NAME IS NAPOLEONE


An Italian former policeman who works as a night porter in a Swiss hotel. But he still has a detective's soul...

Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, is Napoleone Di Carlo's birthplace, where his parents, his father an Italian and his mother a French lady, give him a Western education (he studies at the Italian school). But young Napoleone simultaneously assimilates the more archaic culture of the African country where he is growing up and is strongly attracted by the primitive spirituality of the animistic beliefs of these peoples. Following his own natural bent, he becomes a policeman and works as a security officer at the Italian embassy in Addis Abeba. But soon his enthusiasm for this profession fades and he is faced with bitter disappointment. Napoleone - this is the reason for his disillusionment - feels responsible ever afterwards for the failure to arrest the Cardinal, a diabolic criminal he has met during his years in Africa, who becomes his sworn enemy and repeatedly manages to trick and evade Napoleone's grasp.
The Cardinal, disguised as a merchant accredited by the Italian embassy, manages a veritable slave trade and has no hesitation when confronted with the need to get rid of a whole human cargo (small boys taken away from native villages) because Napoleone, too late unfortunately, is just about to find the way to unmask his trafficking. Disenchanted, Napoleone abandons the police force and, following the premature death of his parents (killed during a tribal revolt), he leaves Africa - though he can never forget the charm of this continent.


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THE WORLD OF NAPOLEONE


Even in the most dangerous investigations, he never relinquishes the company of three elves springing from the unconscious...

According to some legends of Native Americans mythology, the material world does not exist, but is rather "dreamt" by the spirits. In other words, it is not men who produce dreams, but it is the "Dream" that produces both men and things.

The faculty of dreaming itself, therefore, is a gift men receive from the Spirits, allowing them to perceive this Cosmic Truth, though rather confusedly. Napoleone is tempted by this thesis, but the rational and materialistic component of his personality fights against it, and he fears that everything might be only chaos. Napoleone defines himself as a heroic sentry who guards the borders of the invisible world, while trying as far as possible to keep his feet on the ground. So in Napoleone stories there is always a place beyond the boundaries of time and space, continuously interconnected with the real world, and it is the dwelling of all the "figures" that have been produced by human imagination (from Pinocchio to the Minotaur), as if they lived in a sort of gigantic warehouse. Dreams, nightmares, reveries and ravings coexist here, waiting for their legitimate human producers on the Earth to require their presence. This world is zealously administered by an incorruptible bureaucrat and is managed by a commission of sages chaired by the Governor of Chance.

Occasionally, Napoleone has the opportunity to access this improbable territory through his dream power and arrive at discoveries and conclusions about human actions that would otherwise be unsuspected. The series dedicated to Napoleone Di Carlo draws its origins from detective and noir stories, a genre outlined by two great authors: the film director Alfred Hitchcock and the writer Raymond Chandler. Yet the heritage of this narrative tradition is nothing but a support for the very special investigations carried out by Napoleone. For Napoleone is subject to a profoundly anomalous experience: the psychic elements produced by his imagination, which he is the only one to see, interact with his perception of daily reality and communicate with him as in a dialogue, taking the shape of three bizarre figures called Lucrezia, Caliendo and Scintillone. For Napoleone, these three spirits, or elves, are the living evidence of the existence of a world different from the physical world he knows, but it is a world that has a tendency to interfere with the latter, and overturn his judgement on things, even radically sometimes. In the sequence of everyday events, as well as in the events that make History, Chance plays a crucial role. The name of the character itself, Napoleone, implies - somewhat ironically - the great charisma of this man, as well as the considerable physical and psychological energy that is indispensable for a person who, as he does, seeks to penetrate into the twists and turns of the human mind and face the enigmas of the unconscious.


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HIS FOES


The one who stands out most prominently among the crowd of psychopaths and unscrupulous murderers is... the Cardinal!

Napoleone's adventures are mainly focused on his investigations of different kinds of criminal events. The plots and intrigues that he has had to discover and resolve up to now have involved many characters linked to the world of the Russian mafia and the Japanese yazuka, mysterious and powerful African or South-American shamans possessing the arcane secrets of their own civilisations, small dullards ready for anything for a fistful of coins, ruined noblemen running after desperate fancies, old bewildered killers in fits of schizophrenia, international traffickers dealing with the illicit trade in art works. In addition to delivering culprits to justice, our entomologist-detective also highlights Evil in its most mythical and metaphorical aspect. Divided as he is between the real and the dreamlike world - that is the world existing "above ponds, valleys, mountains, woods, clouds, oceans, beyond the sunshine, the heavens and the boundaries of stars and celestial spheres", where his affectionate Lucrezia, Caliendo and Scintillone live), he does not hesitate when he finds himself facing apparently surreal threats, such as Harpies, Sirens,the bold Bellerofonte, the god Pan,
veritable icons of the popular horror imagery, like Earl Dracula, hordes of ancient samurai warriors, or cult movie stars like James Cagney. Whatever dimension his enemies may come from, Napoleone always tries to understand why human nature is so strongly tempted by Evil, which takes on the most varied shapes to disguise itself. He always seeks to find an explanation, from his layman's point of view, in order to forecast and unmask strategies, and finally neutralize men's destructive and self-destructive potential. Victims and tormenters seem to be tied to one another as if they were controlled by a perverted scheme devised by fate; indeed, these roles sometimes seem to mutually alternate even within the same individual, conveying the feeling that humans are only the impotent actors of a script that has already been written by a scoffing puppeteer, who has previously assigned each role. Through the cases brought to his attention, Napoleone also explores human nature and, thanks to his special sensitivity, he manages to see through the game and identify the invisible forces acting behind the appearance of real events. Napoleone can grasp the auras in enchanted places and perceive the profound breathing of nature; he knows that the motor of human actions is hidden in the underground of their unconscious and in the plots of their dreams. But notwithstanding all this, there is no ascetic spirit in him; on the contrary, he lives his life from day to day with a very pragmatic attitude, looking after Hotel Astrid's business and his beetle collection. Essentially, Napoleone is a romantic and an idealist who, while feigning scepticism, will never to stop believing in the possibility of improving the world, a little bit at least.


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HOTEL ASTRID & C.Mrs.


Simenon helps him to run the hotel, so he can devote himself to his favorite hobby: collecting beetles...

Ten years after his flight from Africa, at the time we meet him, we find Napoleone in Switzerland, in Geneva. He is about thirty-five years old and runs a small proprietary hotel called Hotel Astrid. He mainly works as a night porter in the hotel and is helped in its management by the grumpy Mrs Simenon, a sort of Swiss housekeeper who is very fond of him, so much so that Napoleone defines her the "angel of his home". Napoleone is a rather solitary type and tends to hide in his hotel, where he devotes much of his time to the study of beetles (his eternal passion) and crime literature. His need for solitude (which he virtually fails to fulfil all the time) is Napoleone's main longing and a curtain to hide his actual search for the ultimate meaning of things. And he is doomed to pursue this meaning perpetually while never quite managing to grasp it completely. While he has a special relationship with the world of the "invisible", Napoleone is not a mystic: Inspector Dumas and assistant-inspector Boulet continually spur him to get involved in more concrete and realistic investigations, since they are well aware of his qualities as a former policeman and his authority on criminal matters. But it is only when the cases proposed by his inspector friend arouse his curiosity and involve him personally (such as the periodical reappearances of the Cardinal), that Napoleone overcomes his reluctance and shows all his personality, that of a real man of action, coming to blows with criminals and overheating his caliber 9 Beretta. The intrusion of Lucrezia, Caliendo and Scintillone into Napoleone's perception of daily life is a crucial element of the Napoleone series. These three creatures represent three different aspects of his personality, which sometimes are opposed to each other, while simultaneously maintaining a constant dialogue with him as autonomous entities. Lucrezia is a nymph who claims to represent feminine "sensitivity"; Caliendo is a grotesque house-steward who is pedantic and sententious; Scintillone is a little fool, intolerant of any rule and discipline.


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NAPOLEONE FAQ


Carlo Ambrosini answers your questionsEverything you need to know about Napoleone

WHICH FILM OR LITERARY CHARACTER HAS INSPIRED THE FIGURE OF NAPOLEONE?
In his physical and features and his personality, Napoleone is quite like Marlon Brando, an actor who fascinated me a lot when I was an adolescent and whom I still appreciate very much. I needed a manly hero with great physical and moral qualities, but also characterised by deep sensitivity, a man capable of grasping the complex features of human life. Of course, not all of Marlon Brando's repertoire could be perfect for the features of my character, but the overall impression I gained of this powerful actor was that he doesn't conform to the heroic optimism of his contemporary Hollywood stars, while not being a maudit. So I thought he was the right man for the idea I intended to develop.

HAS NAPOLEONE ALWAYS BEEN GRAPHICALLY REPRESENTED AS HE IS NOW?
After all the revisions and corrections I have made in my attempt at creating his personality, I don't actually know how much is left of Marlon Brando in Napoleone. His physical resemblance is also fading away, as it has now been interpreted by so many different designers and in such a variety of styles. In fact, the character of a graphic novel is partly the result of collective work, and what's interesting is that he finds his own look and acquires his own voice over time, tending to detach himself from the author's initial choices. In my original idea, Napoleone was supposed to be a bit more adult and shabbier, a little fatter and more... well more of a drifter. But if we were to ask him, I don't think he would now regret the treatment we had reserved for him initially! We've postponed his period of descent into brutishness and, frankly, I believe he's glad. For damned as he may be with his endless adventures and ups and downs, Napoleone has never had a great inclination towards pessimism.

IS IT TRUE THAT ORIGINALLY THE SERIES WAS SUPPOSED TO BE SET IN MILAN'S CHINATOWN?
Yes, it is. Originally, Napoleone's basic setting was going to be Milan, my hometown. I had situated Hotel Astrid, the boarding-house owned by our man, in Via Paolo Sarpi (Paolo Sarpi street), right in the middle of Milan's Chinatown. It's a pity that I had to give up Milan because I could have undoubtedly moved
him around with greater ease there rather than in any other town in the world. But in the end my main concern was that too much topographic realism might have negatively affected the protagonist of a popular comic strip, as many readers might have felt it was too far-removed from their own experiences. So I was persuaded, not without some regret, to exile him to Switzerland, in Geneva, a city I do not know very well - my familiarity with it is more or less like that of our readers, I guess -but which has the advantage of being quite close to Milan, while being more exotic both in the mentality and customs of its citizens. However the Swiss city is only a pretext, and certainly not a meaningful place for the growth of Napoleone's identity. The real prevailing background of the saga is, in fact, his interior world, and his adventures actually take him everywhere, beyond any border and into the most varied geographies.

WHAT MOTIVATED THE CHOICE TO WELCOME SUCH ATYPICAL DESIGNERS INTO THE SERIES AS PAOLO BACILIERI?
Bacilieri, like Nizzoli, is not considered as an author belonging to the "Bonelli school" - assuming that we may agree on this definition and that such a school exists -, but I have always thought of both as talented cartoonists, who couldn't have been excluded by statute. I believe that in addition to the many evident similarities, a publisher's products also reveal as many substantial differences. Now I don't want to open one of the usual endless discussions about the future of Italian strip cartoons, with the old useless distinctions between "high-brow" and "popular" strips. What I would like to say here is that I simply draw on the pool of talent and professionalism made available by the Italian range of cartoonists. Bacilieri and Nizzoli can also be considered as fully entitled to become a part of the popular strip heritage. In conclusion, I would rather accept the definition of a "Bonelli ethic" rather than a "Bonelli school". As far as I know, this ethic has proved capable of eliciting professionally reliable proposals, sometimes even in line with the most praiseworthy tradition.

YOU SEEM TO BE CHARMED BY THE FIGURE OF THE "DOUBLE" IN YOUR SCRIPTS. WHY?
There are "materials" in Napoleone's stories that may seem to be rather unconnected with traditionally Bonellian themes, such as the contexts of the psyche: the unconscious, subconscious, myth, metaphors, symbols. Things that are no longer the preserve of a limited audience, but today have become part of our common feelings, as is shown by the increasing number of pages devoted to psychologists and psychoanalysts in most high circulation magazines. So, I don't feel such a revolutionary in stating that I wanted to extend the interests of a character like Napoleone to this kind of implication. On the contrary, the troubles of our souls have always concerned popular heroes; in our case, perhaps we are simply taking a more updated and specific look at the matter. The theme of our identity, and this includes the double, our shadow, our alter ego - looking at the world of our other self who walks beside us and is in a sense the key to our own identification - is a central theme in our hero's mental alembic. His tendency to look at things this way offers far wider perspectives for alembication compared to the usual settings of detective or noir stories: Good and Evil are two sides of the same coin, essential and necessary to each other, and we are the coin, fully immersed, against our will, in this eternal conflict. Psychoanalysis offers us some tools to attempt to orient our movements, but without sparing either us or Napoleone the ups and downs of the human condition.

WHAT BOOKS COULD WE READ FOR DEEPER INSIGHT INTO THE ONEIRIC-MYTHOLOGICAL CONTENTS OF THE NAPOLEONE STORIES?
I don't like the idea of suggesting further reading for a better understanding of Napoleone. I would prefer to believe that our character is self-explanatory. I would like to be able to say that no books are necessary: each one of you may draw whatever you wish from the reading of Napoleone and readers who are interested in these comic strips certainly know how to direct their insight. However, if we sometimes bring a particular author to the readers' attention on the 'your mail' page, it is mainly because we are willing to share with them the personal pleasure we experienced when we "met" that author in the pages of his works. Of course, we refer only to subjects connected with those dealt with in our stories, where matters similar to those addresses in our strips are developed more fully and exhaustively. But I repeat, this shouldn't be considered as a support needed to understand Napoleone. With graphic novels, unlike the rest of literary production, there is no obligation to provide references at the end of the publications, even though our work is of course the product of our experiences, and therefore of our background reading. Anyway, apart from Napoleone, I would like to recommend everybody to read the classics, writers like Pirandello, Baudelaire or Kafka, just to mention the first three names that come to mind. I can say that I have a creative debt to such authors, not to mention Carl Gustav Jung among psychoanalysts or Plato and Nietszche among philosophers... But the oneiric-mythological implications that have been developed throughout the whole history of human thought are the core of human life and each one of us approaches them through his or her own personal path.

HAVE YOU EVER CONCEIVED OF A PARALLEL SERIES WHERE NAPOLEONE'S PAST AFRICAN STORIES CAN BE TOLD, AS HAPPENED WITH MISTER NO'S WAR STORIES?
No, actually I've never thought about anything like that. Not in this particular case. Rather I thought that it might be interesting to develop the theme of an "other world", beyond time and space. A sort of orgy of imagination, within which brand new rules and procedures could be established and apparently contradictory characters could be related to one another creating effects of absolute contrast... but it's an idea that somebody else might also like, not necessarily me. We will see.


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THE CREATOR OF NAPOLEONE


A short biography of Carlo Ambrosini

CARLO AMBROSINI was born on April 15th 1954 in Azzano (BS) and made his début in the world of cartoons in 1976, when he drew war stories for Dardo editors. Later he worked for Ediperiodici and Editoriale Corno, before contributing the graphic rendering for some episodes of the "Storia d’Italia a fumetti" by Enzo Biagi. In 1980 he started contributing artwork to Sergio Bonelli Editore, creating seven Ken Parker episodes. In 1984 he completed his career as an author with the medieval series "Nico Macchia", published in the magazine Orient Express and collected in a single volume by Glénat Italia. In 1987 he moved to Dylan Dog, with a certain number of episodes, among which we would like to highlight "Dietro il sipario" and "Il guardiano della memoria", of which he also produced the script. In 1997 he created his own character, Napoleone, the protagonist of a two-monthly series published by Sergio Bonelli Editore.


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He he, pa mogao je Ambrosini promijeniti barem položaj ruku ili nogu, ako ništa drugo.


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To se zove hommage!
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Meni deluje izuzetno interesantno i nesvakidasnje ovaj Napoleon. Ambrosini je izuzetan crtac, jos kada se potrudi, a na svom serijalu se sigurno trudio, to je milina za gledati, a i kao scenarista znam da voli price nalik snu, apsurdne, metafizicke i jos je sve vreme on za kormilom serijala(nije morao kao Sclavi da nastavi zivot DD posle 100. broja) tako da mislim da cemo dobiti dobar zaokruzen serijal.


Samo da tempo bude dobar i da jednog dana, nadam se u blizoj buducnost, kada zavrse Veseljaci sa Napoleonom da dobijemo i Magicnog u pristupacnom izdanju, taman ce do tad da se rasprodaju Libellusove knjige i da se stvore novi citaoci.
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Posted - 22/02/2016 :  23:10:38  Show Profile Show Extended Profile  Send Tex Willer a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by going going

Meni deluje izuzetno interesantno i nesvakidasnje ovaj Napoleon. Ambrosini je izuzetan crtac, jos kada se potrudi, a na svom serijalu se sigurno trudio, to je milina za gledati, a i kao scenarista znam da voli price nalik snu, apsurdne, metafizicke i jos je sve vreme on za kormilom serijala(nije morao kao Sclavi da nastavi zivot DD posle 100. broja) tako da mislim da cemo dobiti dobar zaokruzen serijal.


Samo da tempo bude dobar i da jednog dana, nadam se u blizoj buducnost, kada zavrse Veseljaci sa Napoleonom da dobijemo i Magicnog u pristupacnom izdanju, taman ce do tad da se rasprodaju Libellusove knjige i da se stvore novi citaoci.



Meni je Napoleone na prvu bio "sta je pa ovo sad, kakve su ovo gluposti?!?!". Bio sam balavac i sve sam ocekivao od Bonellija, ali tako nesto ne. Potpuno razocaranje.
Nekoliko godina posle sam imao prilike da ga ponovo citam u nekom piratskom izdanju (nije ni bilo tad legalnih izdanja, nije bilo interneta a ni informacija odakle to uopste stize). Samo nekoliko brojeva sam i video tih piratskih. I ostao u cudu koliko mi je to tad leglo. Od tad prizeljkujem da vidim Napoleonea. I evo ga.
Zao mi je sto to radi VC. Ali ako bude dobar ritam povuci cu ovo sto sam reko. U svakom slucaju cu ga kupovati, pa koliko traje. I ziveti u nadi da mogu da ga izguraju do kraja. Samo da ne dozivi sudbinu nekih ugasenih izdanja ili da se ne otegne na 10´i vise godina.
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Posted - 22/02/2016 :  23:27:43  Show Profile Show Extended Profile  Send DODSFERD a Private Message  Reply with Quote
U najboljem slučaju će ići dvomjesečno a to znači najmanje 9 godina za kompletiranje serijala, koliko je to realno to je već druga stvar.

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