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I grow up with these comics and toysoldiers, and I consider them as Italian prides. Several deliberate anachronisms such as mentions of the Kaiser appear throughout the series, giving the impression that the war in question wages on endlessly, and that the stories told could be, in fact, referring to any sturjtruppen. This gives a clear idea of the black humour and Kafkaesque atmosphere of this comic book.
Sturmtruppen concerns the misadventures of an anonymous German army unit which is implied to be a battalion in various war theatres of World War IIby portraying the daily life, sufferings, problems and joys of the average, anonymous soldier.
A trademark of the comic is the use of an improper, German -mocking Italianusually achieved by adding a final “-en” to most Italian words, or by exchanging “q”s with “k”s, and “v”s with “f”s to achieve a “German-sounding” Italian. The stories and characters themselves are based partly on the military experience of the author himself, and partly on military literature Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western FrontGuy Sajer’s The Forgotten SoldierSven Hassel ‘s books, etc Some strips form story arcs that deals with several, hilarious events, sometimes mundane a maniac sniper soldier, die-hard lices, an attempted “extermination” of a Jewish prisoner sometimes crazier a deluge that turns the trench in ponds, a Demonic Possession and a soldier who appears to be the Messiah.
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There are two film adaptations one of which starring Bonvi himself which, however, weren’t well received at all by everyone. Diorama, figures and tank made in February There are, however, occasional references comci specific battle theaters, place names as well as the mostly accurate portrayal of vehicles, weapons and uniforms of the period. The series continued until the early s. Bonvi was also an expert in World War II German uniforms and equipment and, despite some cartoonish deformations, all of the Sturmtruppen hardware is historically faithful: Now they are out of production apart from some reissues becoming a rare expensive collection items.
You need to login to do this. Soon – Production in Plastic and Metal. The diorama also reflects ddie typical scenery of Sturmtruppen comics: Bonvi had a small part as a German officer. There has been only one officially licensed video game based on the Sturmtruppen comics, on the Amiga platform, called Sturmtruppen: Sturmtruppen ‘ s success spurred two cinema adaptations.
On 16 August Miramax moved forward with plans to create a live-action movie based on Sturmtruppen. Old models and miniatures galleries. The Sturmtruppen never see a single enemy soldier in the course of decades of comic strips, though the enemy’s presence is felt through sniper – tank – and artillery fire, whose lethal effects rake all too often through the ranks of the Sturmtruppen’s forgotten soldiers.
They started as four-frame comic strips back in and slowly evolved into full-sized collector books up to s, gathering something like strips in total.
This page was last edited on 20 Septemberat I used resin copies to make the 4 figures and the tank turret where I opened the hatches to keep the original pieces untouched.
Most characters don’t have proper names but, rather, are called by their military rank or position. Despite clearly recognizable as German soldiers or Italian like “the brave ally Schussolini” character no one single national, ideological or political sturmhruppen is never shown in the original Sturmtruppen comics.
Franco Bonvicini, known as Bonvi, was the creator of the Sturmtruppen comics.
Die Sturmtruppen page 130, Bonvi / Franco Bonvicini
The Sturmtruppen comics was successfull also outside Italy and have been translated in many different languages. The Videogame published by the Italian software publisher iDea in In other words, there’s more than the eye met in these strips.
Sturmtruppen is a popular and succesful satiric comic, written and drawn by Bonvi real name: I kan barely vait to return to being an anonymous civilian and being able to zay ‘Yes, sir’ to any of my superiors From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For the German assault troops, see Stormtrooper. This little diorama is a modest tribute to Bonvi and his Sturmtruppen, an also to the Atlantic toysoldiers, both had a great influence on children and boys in Italy during the 70’s.
I’ve grown tired of hafing to say ‘Yes, sir’ to anyone with a higher ranken. The merciless and cynical humor of Strumtruppen comics criticize the stupidity of war and of many other human behavior, it’s still funny despite nearly 40 years old, and in most cases the satirical critics are still actual… unfortunately.
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But criticism can subtly extend to today life’s aspects, including TV predominance, class divisions and Roman Church ‘s dogma. The series never explicitly mentioned that the war being fought is actually World War II, since no specific date is ever mentioned. The bases are all Atlantic: The whole thing comes out as an anti-war comic and a filled with criticism against the “blind obedience to authority”, the absurdity of war and military bureaucracy Bonvi was an anarchist and proud of itand the implications that military and civilian are Not So Different as seen in the quote above.