The Journal of the BD – march 14, 2019 –
This week we present a volume that is 100% Italian who speaks of Tintin; then a nice fusion between Instagram and the work and three new volumes.
For the first time, a book written by an Italian, published by an Italian publisher and intended for readers of Italian, starred the famous journalist of the belgian Hergé, 90 years after his birth.
Unlike France, where the work of Herge has many authors who have dabbled on the topic, Tintin is a character who is often the public at large in Italy does not know, if maybe not for the film. This book is useful for those who want to know more about the creation of Hergé.
“Tintin: a young man of ninety years” by Gianfranco Goria is already available. The adventures of Tintin, focusing on the eponymous fictional character of Hergé. The stories in the series are contextualized with the historical reality of the TWENTIETH century, from the first episode – set in Russia bolshevik in 1929 in the Weimar republic – and also the subsequent takes place in contexts that are realistic – the Congo of the 1930's or the North America of 1933, the China occupied by the japanese in 1934, England, Belgium and Scotland in 1937, even on the Moon.
The Journal of the BD – march 14, 2019 – is MangaForever.net