mai 18, 2011 la 12:14 pm #421
9th INTERNATIONAL COMICS FESTIVAL CONTEST 2011
APPLICATION DEADLINE: AUGUST 20th, 2011
SKC Happy Gallery
Kralja Milana 48
11 000 Belgrade
Propositions and rules:
• Participants are not age-limited
• HIGH QUALITY COPIES ONLY, up to 4 pages, will be accepted. Works have to be sent via post office (e-mails excluded). Along with their work, participants are also required to send a filled APPLICATION FORM for the 9th International Comics Festival Contest which can be downloaded HERE http://www.skc.org.rs/images/stories/salon_stripa_11/application_form_for_9th_international_comics_festival_contest_2011.doc
• Required language: English
• Theme, style, technique and genre are free-choice
• Page numbers should be written on the back of each page
(incomplete applications will not be taken into consideration)
• Submitted works will be reviewed by the jury and selected works will be shown at the Festival exhibition.
Awards & Prizes:
• Grand prix of the Festival (includes 1000 €)
• Awards for the best traditional style comic, the best alternative comic, the best script and the best graphics
• Special jury award for inventiveness
• Awards in the category up to 15 years of age: Young Lion special award (the best entry in the category), Special jury award for the best idea, Special jury award for maturity and imagination
• Special jury award for the youngest contestant
• Sponsors’ prizes
e-mail: *protected email*mai 18, 2011 la 12:24 pm #5053
KONKURS 9. MEĐUNARODNOG SALONA STRIPA 2011
ROK ZA SLANJE RADOVA: DO 20. AVGUSTA 2011
Adresa za slanje radova:
SKC, Srećna Galerija
MEĐUNARODNI SALON STRIPA
Kralja Milana 48
11 000 Beograd, Srbija
Propozicije za učesnike:
• Pravo učešća imaju autori svih uzrasta
• Kandidat, prevashodno, rad na konkurs šalje poštom ali će biti prihvaćeni i radovi koje kandidati lično donesu.
• Rad može biti delo jednog ili više autora
• Kandidat može podneti samo jedan rad u originalu ili dobroj kopiji, obima od 1 do 4 table (poželjan A3 ili A4 format)
• Odabir teme, žanra i autorski pristup, potpuno su slobodni
• Ne isključuje se mogućnost prihvatanja rada sa strip tematikom u drugim medijima (reljef, skulptura, instalacija, objekat…)
• Tekst u stripu mora biti na jednom od jezika naroda ex-jugoslovenskih republika ili engleskom jeziku.
• Uz rad je obavezno poslati (na računaru ili čitko, štampanim slovima, popunjenu) PRIJAVU NA KONKURS ZA 9. MEĐUNARODNI SALON STRIPA koja se može preuzeti OVDE ili dobiti u SKC-u pri predavanju radova na konkurs.
• Svaku tablu rada na poleđini označiti brojem (primer: 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4)
Napomena: Bez ovih podataka rad se neće uzimati u razmatranje
• Žiri će pristigle radove selektovati za veliku izložbu i zvanične nagrade Salona.
• GRAND PRI SALONA /uključuje novčani iznos od 1.000 eura
• Nagrada za najbolje ostvarenje u domenu klasičnog strip jezika
• Nagrada za najbolje ostvarenje u domenu alternativnog strip jezika
• Nagrada za najbolji scenario (ideju)
• Nagrada za najbolji crtež
• Specijalna nagrada žirija za inovaciju
Takmičari do 15 godina starosti:
• MLADI LAV (najbolji rad u kategoriji)
• Specijalna nagrada žirija za najbolju ideju
• Specijalna nagrada žirija za zreo i maštovit izraz
• Specijalna nagrada žirija za najmlađeg učesnika
• Nagrade prijatelja i sponzora salona
tel: 011/ 360 20 44mai 19, 2011 la 3:56 pm #5054
BELEA! 😯mai 19, 2011 la 4:20 pm #5055
E timpul sa faci si tu ceva, eh?
Va tinem la curent aici si pe Visualart
et nos amis francais ici
http://www.ziglotron.com/arablog/topic1322-105.htmlmai 30, 2011 la 2:18 pm #5056
O participare la concursul de anul asta avem deja din Romania… inca de anul trecut!
Este vorba de o lucrare de Barbu & Mirescu, ajunsa la Cenrul cultural studentesc imediat dupa jurizare din cauza postei.
Fiind apreciata ca fiind intr-un larg top 5, organizatorii, au hotarat sa o „reporteze” pentru anul urmator, 2011.
Asteptam noutati, in special referitoare la invitatii acestei editii.iunie 13, 2011 la 3:38 pm #5057
Probleme financiare sunt si anul asta, dar „salon stripa” va continua sa existe gratie admirabilei ambitii si eforturilor organizatorilor.
Inca n-au fost anuntati oaspetii acestei editii, ceea ce ne intereseaza mai putin. La noi, e invers: oaspetii sunt mai importanti si, mai nou, mai numerosi decat vizitatorii.
In plus, la Salonul International de la Belgrad, este cel mai aproape concurs BD la care pot participa autorii romani.iulie 3, 2011 la 4:38 pm #5058
Adrian Barbu a realizat o noua banda desenata, „World’s End”, dupa un scenariu de Marko Stoianovici, cu care vor participa la concurs.
Prezentata in expozitie la Leskovac, merge mai departe… la Belgrad.
SUCCES!iulie 15, 2011 la 1:55 pm #5059
Invitatii au confirmat:
Marco Nizzoli was born in Reggio Emilia in 1968, and graduated at European Design Institute in Milan in 1989.
In 1987 he joined MBP Editions and illustrated several albums of the popular italian series „Alan Ford”.
In 1991 he received the Rino Albertarelli Prize from ANAFI (Associazione Italiana Amici del Fumetto e dell’Illustrazione ).
In 1991, after illustrating several episodes of „Angel Dark”, written by Max Bunker, with Massimo Semerano he created the baroque science-fiction series “Fondazione Babele” for the magazine “Cyborg”.
For Phoenix editions Marco Nizzoli drew the erotic book “Simbaby” and the graphic novel “Raymond Capp” on texts by Federico Amico.
From 1995 to 1996 he drew two episodes of the series ESP written by Michelangelo La Neve, shortly followed by the erotic graphic novels: „Il Vizioso Mondo di Keto”, „Il Distinto Fleev” e „La Bella Estate”, all published by Trentini editions and then published in France.
He also illustrated 5 books of the series “Napoleone” for Sergio bonelli Editore.
Since 2003 his work has been published in France, by Les Humanoides Associés editions:” Le Jour des Magiciens”, on a text by Michelangelo La Neve, and “ Les Enfants du crepuscule” on text by Massimo Semerano in 2006.
For the publisher Lo Scarabeo Nizzoli illustrated two tarot decks,”I Tarocchi dei Segreti (Secret Tarots)” (1997) and “ I Tarocchi dell’Incantatrice dei Sogni ( Dream Enchantress Tarot)” (2009).
He collaborated with Alejandro Jodorowsky, illustrating the series “Le monde d’Alef Thau” for Delcourt Editions(2009).
For Sergio Bonelli Editore he illustrated in 2010 an episode of Dylan Dog Color Fest and he is currently illustrating an episode of the monthly seeries Dylan Dog.
He is also teaching at the International school of comics in Reggio Emilia.
See http://marconizzoli.blogspot.com/ for more details
si Luca Enoch
Born in Milan on June 12, 1962, after completing his studies Luca Enoch followed his life-long passion working as a free-lance graphic designer and illustrator both in the editorial and advertising field.
In 1990 he took part in the annual contest held by the „International Congress of Comics and Fantasy” at Prato, winning the first prize with his story „Raptus”.
His professional début came in July of the following year on the Fumo di China #10, with the gloomy fantasy story „Eliah” for which he wrote a second episode, again for FdC.
His big breakthrough came in 1992 with the short story „Bersek” which came out in issue #6 of Intrepido. Just a few months later he started the series „Sprayliz” for the same magazine.
Right from its start in issue #14, it quickly became very popular with its readers, so much so that it had its own series, published by Star Comics, and winning the 1995 „Fumo di China Prize” for Best Character and Best Series.
Later, still for Intrepido, Enoch created the comic-strip „Skaters” which was to be taken up in the pages of L’isola che non c’è, and the character of „Piotr, il porno coniglio” which has a second episode as yet unpublished.
For Action he created the comic series „Ninjaboy”. For Bonelli, he wrote and illustrated some „Legs Weaver” stories.
June 1999 saw the début of his sixmonthly series with another terrible teenager as its main character – Gea, a fourteen-year-old girl, mad about rock and kendo who divides her life between school, rock sessions with her band and an ongoing battle with intruders from other time-space continuums.
Gea’s adventures came to an end in November 2007.
Enoch’s next project is called „Lilith”, from the name of the chronoagent heroine of this six-monthly series, that will be at your newsagent’s from November 21, 2008.
See http://www-en.sergiobonellieditore.it/lilith/servizi/autori.html for more details
italieni (din vecini 😀 )iulie 18, 2011 la 1:41 pm #5060
Paul GRAVETT (UK)
Lecturer, broadcaster and exhibitions curator specialising in international comic art, Paul Gravett was nicknamed „The Man at The Crossroads” by Eddie Campbell and hailed by The Times of London as „the greatest historian of the comics and graphic novel form in this country.” He co-founded the influential British comics magazine Escape (1983-9), directed the Cartoon Art Trust (1992-2001) and since 2003 has organised Comica, the London International Comics Festival. He writes for the Times, Guardian, Independent, Times Literary Supplement, Art Review, Dazed & Confused, Comic Heroes and others and is the author of “Manga: 60 Years of Japanese Comics” (2004) and “Graphic Novels: Stories to Change Your Life” (2005), co-author with Peter Stanbury of “Great British Comics” (2006) and “Incredibly Strange Comics” (2008) and editor of “The Mammoth Book of Best Crime Comics” (2008). His latest book is “1001 Comics You Must Read Before You Die”, out in October. See http://www.paulgravett.com for more details.
Laurence HEYWORTH (UK
Laurence Heyworth is Managing Director of Look and Learn Ltd, a company that owns the rights to 16 classic British children’s educational magazines, including Look and Learn (1962-82). Out of this enormous archive of illustrations and comic strips, Look and Learn has created an online picture library which can be visited at http://www.lookandlearn.com. Images are available for commercial licensing and also for personal/educational use. While the focus of the business is on the picture library, Look and Learn has also published 48 issues of a magazine made out of the best of Look and Learn and a volume entitled “The Bumper Book of Look and Learn”. Prior to setting up Look and Learn Ltd in 2004, Laurence Heyworth worked for twenty years in investment banking in the City of London; and before that was a research student and lecturer in English Language and Literature at Magdalen College, Oxford.septembrie 5, 2011 la 7:40 pm #5061
Se mai delibereaza mult? 😆septembrie 18, 2011 la 2:06 pm #5062
Si anul asta au participat romani la concurs si s-a ales ceva… 🙂septembrie 18, 2011 la 4:16 pm #5063
1. Desenatorul sarb Darko Perović isi prezinta ultimul album:
– Deep and Cold – Unfinished Stories, System Comics, Belgrade 2011. Graphic novel presentation.
’Deep and Cold’ is a very heavy, very dark horror initially done for a publisher Josep Toutain. Is fear the emotion you wished to invoke in your readers before that serial?
Transferring or invoking any emotion through the drawings or writings is a challenge always. ‘Deep and Cold’ was created during the days I lived in Spain – the days of poverty, problems war back home and struggle for survival on the foreign territory… Uncertainty, cold in stomach, disappointments and everyday tensions are my memories of the beautiful Barcelona, unfortunately. I’d say that things I’ve lived through at the time, in 1992, got transferred into those stories thoroughly consciously. Luckily, unlike my characters, I managed to reach the surface on time…‘I managed to reach the surface on time…’, an excerpt from the interview with Darko Perović, conducted by Marko Stojanović,
2. O antologie
Živojin TAMBURIĆ (SRB)
– THE COMISC WE LOVED, Selection of 20th Century Comics and Creators from the Region of Former Yugoslavia, ŽivojinTamburić, Zdravko Zupan, Zoran Stefanović. Presentation of the anthology about comics.
In this book, these intrepid, discriminating compilers have realised an exceptional achievement by combing diligently through thousands of pages of comics and comics revievvs to distil a captivating alphabet of artists and vvriters vvho have shaped and enhanced not only the comics of their homeland but in several cases the comics of the vvorld. — PAUL GRAVETT
3. Avantul stripului in presa din Muntenegru, o conferinta de Simon Vuckovic:
Simon VUČKOVIĆ / Goran ŠĆEKIĆ (MNE)
– Montenegrin Newspaper Strip, documentary exhibition / lecture
At the beginning of the millennium in Montenegro the media suddenly started to multiply, among other things, the daily press. This opened up space for a newspaper comic strip. Newspaper comic strips, truth to be told, did not begin to appear with options open, but with the editorial awareness needed. It was woken up with a comic strip “Mićun” by Simon Vučković, appearing for a short time in June 2001 in Podgorica-based daily Montenegrins’ Voice, and soon in the Podgorica daily Dan, where it is still published. After this comic, there is a strip “Perica” in the Sunday children’s supplement of the Podgorica daily Victory. Towards the end of 2002. and in 2003. in Podgorica weekly Journal D a daily tier “Vagabonds” is appearing. Early in 2003. on the children’s Sunday page in the daily Dan strip “Čupko” begins. All four comics are from the same author. After a few months of being published for a short period of time, “Čupko” is replaced with “Mrva” by Mirko Zulić, appearing till January 2004 when Zulić has started to work on a two-day strip “Krle” instead of “Mićun”.
After two years, “Krle” is not the only feature; along with it there are: “A Doctor and the Patient”, “Grandpa and his Grandson”, “Drunkards at the Bar”, “A Couple in the Park” and so on. Starting in 2005 in Podgorica weekly Review D two strips are beginning – “Radivoje” by Mirko Zulić and nameless comic by Goran Šćekić. Towards the end of 2005 and until the mid-2008 the daily Victory is publishing “Let it be, Man” strip by Luka Lagator. When Darko Drljević and Luka Lagator won the international cartoon awards “Umoristi a Marostica” in Italy (2006) in the daily comic strip cathegory, Montenegrin comics scene was at its zenith. Although less dynamic nowadays, it still exists. This ten year jubilee of continuous presence should represent a resume of its existence and the time shall show the direction it is taking in the future… Simon Vučković: “A decade of the Montenegrin Comics Scene 2001/2011”, a text’s excerpt.
See http://montenegrocomics.blogspot.com/ for more details.
4. Editor, eseist, critic, organizator… un „bedefil” sarb 😀
“Carlos Trillo & Domingo Roberto Mandrafina: THE BIG HOAX / THE IGUANA – analysis of the artistic style”, lecture
Essayist, critic and editor. Born in Belgrade in 1955, where he lived until moving to Amsterdam in 1991. Writes mostly for magazines and newspapers in the countries that emerged from Yugoslavia. For many years, he was editor in magazine Vidici, and then the editor-in-chief of Novi Vidici in Belgrade. In 1988, he published a book of essays on comics Thomas Mann or Philip K. Dick, which is now available online at http://www.stripovi.com/index.asp?page=column-view&ColumnID=6. In 1990, he published a monograph on Ken Parker, a comic by Giancarlo Berardi and Ivo Milazzo. He also edited a number of books, collections and special issues, including The Poetics of Comics (Knjizevna kritika #5 1987) and organized a series of exhibitions devoted to comics. Djukanovic has a regular column (the Post Scriptum) in http://www.stripvesti.com and continuously writes for the Belgrade weekly Vreme. Hundreds of Djukanovic’s essays and criticism have been published (next to his columns in NIN, YU-strip magazine, Stripoteka and Vreme) in over forty dailies, weeklies, comic magazines and magazines for culture and literature. His essays have been translated into English, French and Dutch. He worked as an editor in several magazines in the Netherlands: Beodam, De Horizon, Now Future! and De Krant. He was one of the founders of a peace organization MiZaMir in the Netherlands in 1991. For more than a decade he worked in the Press Now, the Dutch foundation for the development of independent media in Europe, Asia and Africa, where he developed hundreds of media projects for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia, Armenia, Iraq, Iran and Uganda, regularly visiting most of these countries.septembrie 18, 2011 la 4:55 pm #5064
1. Un gest frumos, de recunostinta
Winner of the Award for the Contribution to Serbian Comics Strip:
Novica KRULJEVIĆ (1927), Belgrade
Born in Priština on February 10th 1927, Novica Kruljević had changed many professions during his working life. He has been the multiple Yugoslavian champion in debate shorthand and has retired as Politika journalist-stenographer. But, he has been spending every available moment of his time-off dedicated to one of his three great loves: chess, drawing comics and painting.
He had debuted in 1960 with his first comics strip based on a far-eastern fairytale “The Fisherman and The Giant” on the pages of Politika’s Funnypaper (Politikin zabavnik). He had turned then to the classics of the youth literature and during the 1963-1966 period he drew for the same publication three more comics strips based on the novels by Jules Verne “Innocent but Sentenced” and “Mysterious Island” and “Bravo” based on Fenimore Cooper’s writings. It is interesting to note that the last one was published at the time in Slovenian Zvitorepec magazine but even more interesting is the fact that Novica Kruljević drew anew for the occasion the strip with minor deviations compared to the original. In the first half of the 60’s he had drawn a contemporary-themed sports-based strip written by a sport journalist Rade Stanojević. The mentioned strip was entitled “The Ring Stars” and it had its run as a daily feature presented in tiers.
When Politikin zabavnik transformed from the newspaper to a magazine format towards the end of the 60’s, Kruljević had published a series of comics pages about the distinguished sports personalities under the title “The Sportsman’s Story”. From that period remains a four-pager “Čkalja on the Moon” or rather “Čkalja’s Return from the Moon” starring the popular comedian Miodrag Petrović Čkalja. The comic was published in 1969 and along with Čkalja there were other celebrities of the day: Miloje Mića Orlović, Jovan Šćekić, Kamenko Katić, Milivoje Jugin and the others.
In the 70’s Novica Kruljević abandons comics work and turns to the fine arts and easel painting. In this field he has achieved outstanding results with several one-man exhibitions testifying to the fact.
2. Premii pentru editori:
Awards and Prizes for Comics Publishing in Serbia:
Winner Of The Award “Srećko Jovanović“ For Publishing In Comics Domain: (given by „Dečje Novine Dositej“ Publishing and Gornji Milanovac municipality): Vasa Pavković, Belgrade
Vasa Pavković was born in 1953 in Pančevo. He is a graduate of the Belgrade University – Faculty of Philology and has finished post-graduate studies there. He is employed at the Institute for Serbian language from 1977. He has published nine books of poetry, three novels, six collections of short stories, six anthologies, cca. fifteen books regarding Serbian traditional literature, six books of critiques, two books about comics – all in all, about 50 authored works.
He has begun reading comics over half a century ago on the pages of Kekec (Prince Valiant, Chlorophile et Antracite, Jerry Spring, Le Chevalier Blanc, Lucky Luke), Politikin Zabavnik/Politika’s Funny Papers (Flash Gordon, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Johnny Hazard); later he has got a hold of Nikad robom/Never Surrender, Biblioteka Lale/The Tulip Library, Crtani romani/Cowboy Picture Library, then weeklies such as Panorama and Zenit, then Stripoteka, Cak, Eks almanah… and so on, until today.
He has started writing about comics medium in 1984 on the pages of Književna reč/Word on Literature, then as a comics critic he started writing for Dnevnik, Vidici, Sveske, Vreme, Bestseler… so his two books on comics medium have emerged – Slatki strip/Sweet comics and Naš slatki strip/Our Sweet Comics where he has collected his articles on some of the most signifficant comics and authors, returning a certain reader’s favour to the medium of the Ninth art.
Together with Zdravko Zupan he has published a monography in Pančevo entitled The Big Dream, dedicated to Srećko Jovanović and comics artists he had promoted in Dečje novine/Childrens’ Papers editions.
He likes football, basketball, Rock’n’Roll and takes wild nature photographs of daytime butterflies.
Winner of the Award For The Best Publisher Of Domestically Originated Comics 2010/1011: KOMIKO Publishing, Novi Sad
Komiko the publishing venture has started in 2009 in Novi Sad with the intention to publish and present primarily classics of Serbian comics, along with artwork of current creators. Edition Golden Age – Time Travel Through the World of Serbian Comics presents achievements of our classic authors from the 1930’s-1950’s period. Along with this, Komiko organizes an annual competition for short comics geared towards younger and unrecognized creators. The best art from the competition is published in a luxurious representative anthology that showcases a cross-section through contemporary Serbian comics. Edition Modern Serbian Comics presents achievements of Serbian known authors such as Darko Perović, Zoran Tucić, Đorđe Milović and others in the form of classic BD albums. Since 2001 Komiko has spread into licensed titles presentations, like the works of Robert Crumb and Harold Foster but also the first time publishing of the best modern era creations such as The Silence, The Sea is Calling, Ghost World etc.
Winner of the Award for The Best Publication Of The Foreign Material In Serbia 2010/2011: Darkwood Publishing, Belgrade for Series CONAN THE SAVAGE SWORD OF CIMMERIA,
Book 1 – based on Robert Erwin Howard’s novels Savage Sword of Conan 1-7 plus short stories from the parts of The Hyborian Age
With the book entitled Conan – The Savage Sword of Cimmeria we are beginning Conan the Barbarian saga, the trademark of the fantasy sub-genre known as ‘sword and sorcery’. With the books we intend to offer through the incoming publishing program we want to unite all the stories from the classic period, i.e. all Conan comicbook adventures produced by Marvel Comics Group and published for two decades since the beginning of 1970’s.
With this book we are opening the first one of the two serials, within which we shall publish complete Marvel saga about the most famous barbarian in the world. Namely, Conan’s adventures were published in a lot of serials: stories inside this book have appeared in the Savage Sword of Conan magazine and the other most important serial was Conan the Barbarian. (…) Along with Savage Sword of Conan and Conan the Barbarian there were some short serials known for showing the first-time published stories. (…) The fact that these are smaller scale serials of course, does not draw the analogy that they are less important and such a mistake Darkwood as the publisher just did not want to allow itself. In some of these editions premiere comics were published directly building on the course of the plot from two main series, making it an organic, indivisible whole. Publishing only part of the story would be a terrible underestimation of devoted readers of our publications, Conan’s fans, but also a departure from one of the postulates of our publishing policy – gathering everything in one place, in a coherent whole, and making the book the way they always wanted to see it, but we ourselves had to roll up the sleeves to make it happen. ( … ) Since our priority were two main editions, we intended to pull out stories from special editions that we needed to form the whole, without following blindly every minor series within which Conan has appeared.
Within our edition Treasure Chest/Riznica we intend to follow on the larger size pages the original Savage Sword of Conan sequence, supplemented with particular issues of irregular and special editions devoted to Conan in black and white print, whilst our second edition shall follow Conan the Barbarian series that will appear in B5 size, i.e. the size of the original American publications of it. Another series entitled Chronicles shall be published by us in colour, continuing where its previous publisher [Beli Put] has stopped. A detailed lexicon of people, gods, kingdoms, Conan’s friends and enemies, as well as other important concepts in Conan’s world, will be launched from the seventh book to be published 2012th year and completed in the tenth book.
Slobodan Jović, excerpt from his Prefaceseptembrie 18, 2011 la 5:02 pm #5065
Anniversaries of Serbian comics:
Six Decades Since the Appearance of Strip,
THE ILLUSTRATED ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE
First comic strips and editions dedicated to comics in Yugoslavia after the WW2 have appeared in the second half of 1945, but due to the negative reactions of the political powers-that-be and interventions of the judicial authorities they’ve disappeared overnight, so to speak; not only from the papers but from the newsstands too.
Gradual release of the ideological and political stranglehold after the conflict with USSR in 1948 and the Informbureau Resolution, along with the market economy principles introduced in newspaper publishing strategy, have reflected favourably on the comics medium, too. That has resulted with the return of comics to the pages of papers and magazines along with the emergence of first specialized comics publications. That’s how Borivoje B. Popović has started on 1st of July 1951 in Belgrade the first issue of a publication simply entitled Strip. Branko M. Kostić has been credited as Editor-in-Chief. In the first issue publishers have informed their readership of their intention “to fill-in the gap in the publishing area” and “to motivate our writers and artists to become more active so they can create good home-made modern comics”. According to that intention writers and illustrators were invited to contribute, even including critics. With justified fear of any criticism and potential attacks, they have distanced themselves from the contents of their comic: “These, along with majority of the following novels are mostly the figments of imagination and have no connections whatsoever with reality”.
With its design, size and also the content Strip resembled the pre-war Mika Miš magazine from which it has taken over the following comics: Burne Hogarth’s “Tarzan”, Sergei Solovyev’s “Buffalo Bill”, Falk’s and Davies’ “Mandrake the Magician” and Konstantin Kuznyetsov’s “Countesse Margot” which was published simply as “Margot”. In the fourth issue from August 15th 1951 “Ming Foo” by Nicholas Afonsky was included after its first appearance before WW2 in Politika and Politikin Zabavnik under the very elaborate long title “Adventures of little Johnny, Tom Trout the Sailorman and Shang Lin the Chinese”. Only two weeks later, on September the 1st, the fifth – and soon it has turned out, the last – issue of Strip was printed. That issue remains as the genuine rarity and is sought after very vervently by collectors since it has never reached the newsstands due to seizing in the printing plant. In it the premiere comics work by Radoica Ilić and Božidar Veselinović was to be launched. That was to be the adaptation of the renown August Šenoa novel “Beware the Hand of Senj”. Strip used to have 16 pages sized 21×29.5 centimetres, it was published twice a month and was priced at 20 dinars. The offices were in 24 Knez Mihailova St. The magazine was black and white, except for the cover and the middle section that was printed in two colours (red and black) at the “Rad” printers in 33 Skadarska Street.
Zdravko Zupanseptembrie 19, 2011 la 1:46 pm #5066
dintre lucrarile trimise…
…cate or fi atras atentia juriului?
Iata (vorba vine 😛 ) una dintre ele: „are mojo!”
Juriul si-a facut treaba
Zoran Tucić, strip autor, (predsednik) / comics artist (chairman of the jury) / autor BD / artist BD )presedinte al juriului)
Darko Perović, strip autor / comics artist / artist BD
dr Aleksandar S. Janković, dramaturg / playwright / dramaturg
Radivoj Bogičević, strip autor / comics artist / artist BD
Slobodan Ivkov, istoričar umetnosti i stripski kritičar /art historian and comics critic / istoric al artei / critic BD
La Centrul Cultural Studentesc, momentul solemn al incheierii jurizarii a fost imortalizat si oficializat de prezenta lui Miki (Miki Pješčić, Editor Student Cultural Center Belgrade – in mijloc, cu tricou negru) si a lui Vladimir Vesović, autor BD (dreapta) si altii…
Intrerupem aici reportajul nostru pentru a mentiona faptul ca fotografiile lui Predrag Mladenovic (Hvala, Pedja!) au fost din nou filtrate si o prezenta incomoda a fost eliminata!
Este vorba de plecatul nostru special la Belgrad.
Revenim cu detalii si dezvaluri senzationale, asa cum v-am obisnuit: numai aici, pe dreamworld inforum!