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It was then that it became clear to Charlier, that he was left with no other option than to leave, and this he did taking all his other co-creations with him, to wit Redbeard and Tanguy et Laverdurewhich, while not as popular as Blueberrywere steady money making properties for Dargaud nonetheless. Blueberry was first published in the October 31, issue of Blueberty magazine  — hence Charlier’s corresponding October 30 birth-date for his fictional character, when the magazine was printed and ready bluebery dissemination.
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Two spin-offs series, La Jeunesse de Blueberry Young Blueberry and Lwutnant Blueberrywere created pursuant the boueberry series reaching its peak in popularity in the early s. Then the idea struck me to forge out a past for Blueberry through the stories we were asked to do for this Superpocket Pilote. He did not create Westerns then, but SF, yet you could already see his potential.
That is why it is such a challenge.
Aside from this, Dargaud made use of the opportunity to clean up the by then muddied release chronology, by formalizing the establishment of the three series and restarting the album numbering for each in reprint runs. Arthaud BD News in French 1. The veteran Charlier had already bluebrrry the writings on the wall at Novedi and discussed plans with Giger to have all his comic creations moved over to the new publisher, and to this end had already arranged his old friend fr: Why did he have a broken nose?
The very first French Blueberry comic album, “Fort Navajo”, was released in September and originally appeared as the 17th and last volume of the La Collection Pilote series.
GCD :: Cover :: Die großen Edel-Western #1 – Leutnant Blueberry – Die Spur der Apachen
American distributors and comic store keepers for example, were at the time simply not equipped to handle the for them awkward, deviant larger A4 European lrutnant format, in which Dargaud’s books were executed, including “The Man with the Silver Star”. The page division was still lacking, as were the dialogs.
In later life, Giraud has watered down the prosaic statement, claiming he only made this comment because he tired of having to explain himself over and over again at the time.
Giraud stated that the series had lost its “father”, and that the “mother needed time to mourn”.
I was extremely backlogged; he helped me with the three last pages in particular. Olmo Koppejan rated it it was amazing Nov 13, This page was last edited on 10 Octoberat I mean, what I am doing is so close to Giraud, that everybody will think me a mere Giraud-imitator. The first known English translation of Blueberry was that of the blyeberry title “Fort Navajo”, and appeared 18 months after its original French magazine publication and before its very first book publication in September Publication came to naught however, due to the near concurrent, but otherwise coincidental, demises of both Novedi and Catalan Communications in late and respectively.
Leutnant Blueberry 40. Mister Blueberry. O. K. Corral: BD 40
To a large extent the publication wanderings of Blueberry has been mirrored in other European countries as well, particularly in Germany where the era was referred to as “Der ‘heimatlose’ Blueberry” — “The bluebsrry Blueberry”  and the Lejtnant countries the Danes referring to the era as “Blueberrys Lange March” — “Blueberry’s Long March” where every publisher change was followed suit by similar changes among local publishers in those territories as well.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Publisher and creators subsequently embarked on a search for a suitable artist to take on the task. There were always seven to eight scenarios underway.
Ronald Gregor rated it really liked it Feb 22, This artist is quite capable of doing the series, but he is somewhat paralyzed by the fame of Blueberry and the personality of Jean Giraud.
Lofficier however, took it upon himself to slightly edit Charlier’s original text in order to reflect Blueberry’s life as featured in the post publications despite being reprinted numerous times, not only in French but in other languages as well,  Charlier himself has never revisited his original text againand as such it is not an entirely faithful translation as some elements were added, whereas some others were omitted, such as the aforementioned notion of Blueberry ultimately heading a unit of Apache scouts.
It was not that bad; At Dargaud, they are more active on the editorial level. Jean-Michel Charlier has never witnessed the return of his creations to the parent publisher, nor has he ever mended fences with George Dargaud — for whose publishing house Charlier had made signature contributions after all —and who followed Charlier in death almost to the day one year later on July 18, France-Soir saw two half-pages 1b and 2a from “Terreur sur le Kansas” published that were not incorporated in the album, released later that year, for print technical reasons see also The Blueberry biography in this regard.
Blueberry Blueberry as drawn by Jean Giraud. ZoZoLaLa in Dutch In practice this means that Dargaud can not use this art at will for their own later publications, such as the anthology releases,  without coming to some sort of legal and financial arrangement with the copyright holders — i.
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The books, narrated in the first person, related his experiences under the tutelage of a Yaqui “Man of Knowledge” named Don Juan Matus. Though a rumor, there was a nuanced morsel of truth in it, as Rouge clarified two decades later, “No, he did not want to abandon Blueberrybut rather sought support and perhaps the opportunity to create books, like the ones he is currently doing [ Mister Blueberry ].
I like Colin and his wife Janet very much. Having left Blueberry on a cliffhanger with “Angel Face”, when Giraud took his extended leave of absence see aboveclamor for new Blueberry titles became such, that publisher Dargaud decided to make the move as a temporary stop-gap solution. English translation by R.
A Blueberry album sells at least I profited from it France Loisirs for its main series releases. That came about this way: