History ComicBook / ElEternauta

15th Jan '16 7:52:24 AM Anddrix
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* [[LeFilmArtistique Le Bande Dessinée Artistique]]: The Eternauta Remake of 1969 was lampooned and censored in Argentina because of ([[AnviLicious among]] [[ViewersAreMorons other things]]) its mind-blowingly dark, gritty, groundbreaking, insane and sometimes abstract or downright incomprehensible art by Alberto Breccia, possibly the most talented comic artist ever born in Argentina. The French [[FrenchBelgianComicBooks BD]] avant-garde artists just [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible loved his style]], and its success allowed a French edition of both the remake and the original version. Several has been done since.

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* [[LeFilmArtistique Le Bande Dessinée Artistique]]: The Eternauta Remake of 1969 was lampooned and censored in Argentina because of ([[AnviLicious among]] [[ViewersAreMorons other things]]) things) its mind-blowingly dark, gritty, groundbreaking, insane and sometimes abstract or downright incomprehensible art by Alberto Breccia, possibly the most talented comic artist ever born in Argentina. The French [[FrenchBelgianComicBooks BD]] avant-garde artists just [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible loved his style]], and its success allowed a French edition of both the remake and the original version. Several has been done since.
4th Jan '16 6:24:17 AM SeptimusHeap
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''El Eternauta'' ("''The Eternaut''") is the most famous Argentinian Comic, (alongside ''ComicStrip/{{Mafalda}}'', of course. And maybe ''{{Cybersix}}'', [[AdaptationDisplacement assuming people remember]] it ''was'' an Argentinian comic book). It was first published in a weekly basis from [[TheFifties 1957 to 1959]] in the Hora Cero magazine, scripted by Creator/HectorGermanOesterheld and featuring art by Francisco Solano López.

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''El Eternauta'' ("''The Eternaut''") is the most famous Argentinian Comic, (alongside ''ComicStrip/{{Mafalda}}'', of course. And maybe ''{{Cybersix}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Cybersix}}'', [[AdaptationDisplacement assuming people remember]] it ''was'' an Argentinian comic book). It was first published in a weekly basis from [[TheFifties 1957 to 1959]] in the Hora Cero magazine, scripted by Creator/HectorGermanOesterheld and featuring art by Francisco Solano López.
17th Dec '15 1:49:45 PM rafi
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* GiantMooks: partially straight; the Gurbos are giant, MadeOfIndestructium mooks, but they lack any intelligence of their own, and are controlled by the Manos. But they are really, ''really'' dangerous, maybe qualified as Elite Mooks.

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* GiantMooks: GiantMook: partially straight; the Gurbos are giant, MadeOfIndestructium mooks, but they lack any intelligence of their own, and are controlled by the Manos. But they are really, ''really'' dangerous, maybe qualified as Elite Mooks.
16th Dec '15 7:59:03 PM nombretomado
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''El Eternauta'' ("''The Eternaut''") is the most famous Argentinian Comic, (alongside [[{{Mafalda}} Mafalda]], of course. And maybe ''{{Cybersix}}'', [[AdaptationDisplacement assuming people remember]] it ''was'' an Argentinian comic book). It was first published in a weekly basis from [[TheFifties 1957 to 1959]] in the Hora Cero magazine, scripted by Creator/HectorGermanOesterheld and featuring art by Francisco Solano López.

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''El Eternauta'' ("''The Eternaut''") is the most famous Argentinian Comic, (alongside [[{{Mafalda}} Mafalda]], ''ComicStrip/{{Mafalda}}'', of course. And maybe ''{{Cybersix}}'', [[AdaptationDisplacement assuming people remember]] it ''was'' an Argentinian comic book). It was first published in a weekly basis from [[TheFifties 1957 to 1959]] in the Hora Cero magazine, scripted by Creator/HectorGermanOesterheld and featuring art by Francisco Solano López.
30th Nov '15 5:46:42 PM Erechel
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* EliteMooks: The Manos are this, as they are intelligent, skillful slave opponents.
* FacelessGoons: Played straight with the "cascarudos", as they have not any recognizable or distinctive feature from one another; terrifyingly subverted with the '''hombres robot''', as even Juan recognizes a high school fellow among their enemies.
* GiantMooks: partially straight; the Gurbos are giant, MadeOfIndestructium mooks, but they lack any intelligence of their own, and are controlled by the Manos. But they are really, ''really'' dangerous, maybe qualified as Elite Mooks.


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* RockBeatsLaser: ''Literally'' justified and used, as River Plate stadium is chosen because the big concrete walls are the best cover against the heat rays. Metaphorically averted, as alien tech is too big (although somewhat mundane) to be fighted straightly with seemingly "primitive" weapons (tanks, conventional artillery, even nuclear weapons). But if the tech itself is not absolute, the intelligent tactics of the Manos are.
18th Sep '15 3:27:21 PM StFan
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ElEternauta ("The Eternaut") is the most famous Argentinian Comic, (alongside [[{{Mafalda}} Mafalda]], of course. And maybe ''{{Cybersix}}'', [[AdaptationDisplacement assuming people remember]] it ''was'' an Argentinian comic book). It was first published in a weekly basis from [[TheFifties 1957 to 1959]] in the Hora Cero magazine, scripted by Creator/HectorGermanOesterheld and featuring art by Francisco Solano López.

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ElEternauta ("The Eternaut") ''El Eternauta'' ("''The Eternaut''") is the most famous Argentinian Comic, (alongside [[{{Mafalda}} Mafalda]], of course. And maybe ''{{Cybersix}}'', [[AdaptationDisplacement assuming people remember]] it ''was'' an Argentinian comic book). It was first published in a weekly basis from [[TheFifties 1957 to 1959]] in the Hora Cero magazine, scripted by Creator/HectorGermanOesterheld and featuring art by Francisco Solano López.






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18th Jun '15 4:05:35 PM Erechel
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* OurOrcsAreDifferent: The Zarpos, in the second part, look and behave like orcs, as they are strong, violent slaves of the BigBad. But they have been bioenginereed from human slaves, and look more like neanderthals with claws and small tusks. [[http://www.loseternautas.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/zarpos.png And they use guns, more than axes]].
12th Dec '14 4:29:14 AM GrigorII
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ElEternauta ("The Eternaut") is the most famous Argentinian Comic, (alongside [[{{Mafalda}} Mafalda]], of course. And maybe ''{{Cybersix}}'', [[AdaptationDisplacement assuming people remember]] it ''was'' an Argentinian comic book). It was first published in a weekly basis from [[TheFifties 1957 to 1959]] in the Hora Cero magazine, scripted by Héctor Germán Oesterheld and featuring art by Francisco Solano López.

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ElEternauta ("The Eternaut") is the most famous Argentinian Comic, (alongside [[{{Mafalda}} Mafalda]], of course. And maybe ''{{Cybersix}}'', [[AdaptationDisplacement assuming people remember]] it ''was'' an Argentinian comic book). It was first published in a weekly basis from [[TheFifties 1957 to 1959]] in the Hora Cero magazine, scripted by Héctor Germán Oesterheld Creator/HectorGermanOesterheld and featuring art by Francisco Solano López.
29th Oct '14 2:08:39 PM Erechel
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* El Eternauta, Remake: (1969) By Oesterheld and Breccia. This included several drastic changes to the storyline, which coupled with Breccia's weird and experimentalist approach arose an uproar from the fans. Consequently, it [[ExecutiveMeddling got rushed up]]. It's not merely that the alien invaders are depicted as TheEmpire, [[EagleLand a certain somebody even helps them and all!]]

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* El Eternauta, Remake: (1969) By Oesterheld and Breccia. This included several drastic changes to the storyline, which coupled with Breccia's weird and experimentalist approach arose an uproar from the fans. Consequently, it [[ExecutiveMeddling got rushed up]].up. It's not merely that the alien invaders are depicted as TheEmpire, [[EagleLand a certain somebody even helps them and all!]]



* El Eternauta, Third Part: (1983) By Ongaro, Morhain and Oswal. A controversial, radically different sci-fi comic, reusing the characters in some uninspired setting. It's not aproved by the surviving author at the time.

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* El Eternauta, Third Part: (1983) By Ongaro, Morhain and Oswal. A controversial, radically different sci-fi comic, reusing the characters in some uninspired setting. It's It was not aproved by the surviving author at the time.
29th Oct '14 2:07:45 PM Erechel
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* El Eternauta, Remake: (1969) By Oesterheld and Breccia. This included several drastic changes to the storyline, which coupled with Breccia's [[DoingItForTheArt weird and experimentalist approach]] arose an uproar from the fans. Consequently, it [[ExecutiveMeddling got rushed up]]. It's not merely that the alien invaders are depicted as TheEmpire, [[EagleLand a certain somebody even helps them and all!]]

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* El Eternauta, Remake: (1969) By Oesterheld and Breccia. This included several drastic changes to the storyline, which coupled with Breccia's [[DoingItForTheArt weird and experimentalist approach]] approach arose an uproar from the fans. Consequently, it [[ExecutiveMeddling got rushed up]]. It's not merely that the alien invaders are depicted as TheEmpire, [[EagleLand a certain somebody even helps them and all!]]



* El Eternauta, Third Part: (1983) By Ongaro, Morhain and Oswal. A different sci-fi comic, reusing the characters in some uninspired setting and considered by many to have been made mostly [[CashCowFranchise to cash in]].

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* El Eternauta, Third Part: (1983) By Ongaro, Morhain and Oswal. A controversial, radically different sci-fi comic, reusing the characters in some uninspired setting and considered setting. It's not aproved by many to have been made mostly [[CashCowFranchise to cash in]].
the surviving author at the time.
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