THE NAME OF THE ROSE – Through the Magnifying Glass: Book, Movie, Series – Part Five: Day Three | ACC #080

Where we take a look at the third day of the events of “The Name of the Rose”: A monk is missing and a merciless inquisitor has been chosen to look for the security of the papal delegation: Bernard Gui…

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THE NAME OF THE ROSE – Through the Magnifying Glass: Book, Movie, Series – Part Four: Day Two | ACC #079

In which we follow the further events of the story “The Name of the Rose”, from the discovery of a corpse in a vat of pig’s blood to the ominous prophecies of the apocalypse that seem to be connected to the deaths.

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THE NAME OF THE ROSE – Through the Magnifying Glass: Book, Movie, Series – Part Three: Day One | ACC #078

Where we begin the real story of “The Name of the Rose”: It’s the first day of Adso’s and William’s adventures in the abbey in northern Italy. We review the events of the day and take a deeper look at some of the story’s characters, also in comparison to the novel’s film and series adaptation.

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THE NAME OF THE ROSE – Through the Magnifying Glass: Book, Movie, Series – Part Two: Prologue | ACC #077

The journey through the worlds of Umberto Eco’s masterpiece continues: we explore the prologue, which Jarmo uses to give an overview of the story, its author and the adaptation to the cinema and series. There are no spoilers in this episode, only from the next episode we look a little deeper into the events that take place in a remote abbey in the gloomy north of Italy.

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THE NAME OF THE ROSE – Through the Magnifying Glass: Book, Movie, Series – Part One: Of course, a Remake | ACC #076

Jarmo Dorak recounts his adventures while delving into the deep meaning of a novel: “The Name of the Rose” by Umberto Eco. Let’s learn more about the book, its film and series adaptation, and other in-depth thoughts.

This episode forms the foreword to the whole story.

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Disney Made in Europe – The Funny Paperbacks | ACC #075

“Funny Paperback” (until 1987 “Walt Disney’s Funny Paperbacks”), LTB for short (from German “Lustiges Taschenbuch”), is a German-language comic publication that has been published by Egmont Ehapa Media since 1967. Paperbacks are usually 256 pages (250 pages comics). By December 2022, 566 volumes had been published. There are also numerous sub-series and new editions.

Comics from the universe around Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse appear in the Funny Paperback. The vast majority of comics come from Italy, and there are also a significant number of comics from Scandinavia. Comics from other countries are rare, e.g. B. in volume # 53, which includes several US stories by Carl Barks. And as this is the 75th episode, Jarmo Dorak gives a quick overview over this series of books.

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Spirou the Farmer | ACC #074

“Spirou the Farmer” (French: “Spirou Fermier”) is another adventure of the Belgian comic series “Spirou”, written and drawn by Belgian comic artist Rob-Vel (Robert Velter) and published in the Spirou Magazine in late 1941. It serves as an interlude and shows Spirou trying to become a farmer.

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The Pasted Rooster [The Little People] | ACC #073

“The Pasted Rooster” (french: “Le Coq Pâte”) is the fourth story in the series “The Little People” (“Les Petit Hommes”) drawn by Seron and first published in Spirou Magazine in 1969. The scenario was conceived by the Belgian journalist and writer Albert Deprechins. In this story one of the Little People’s flyer gets caught in a windvane. The Little People must do everything to prevent being discovered by the “Big Ones”.

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Asterix the Gladiator | ACC #071

“Asterix the Gladiator” is the fourth volume of the Asterix comic book series, by René Goscinny (stories) and Albert Uderzo (illustrations). It was first serialized in the magazine Pilote, issues 126–168, in 1962. In this story, Cacofonix the Bard gets captured by the Romans. He is brought to Rome as a gift for the Emperor Julius Cesar. Cesar commands Cacofonix to be thrown to the wild animals in the arena during the next event. Asterix and Obelix are trying to rescue him, but doing so, they must become gladiators.

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The Smurfnapper | ACC #070

“The Smurfnapper” (french “Le Voleur du Schtroumpfs”) is the third story in the comic series “The Smurfs”, created by the Belgian artist Pierre Culliford (known as “Peyo”). In this, the wizard Gargamel has his first appearance. He’s chasing the Smurfs as he needs one of them in order to fabricate the famous “Philosopher’s Stone”.

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Grand Rodeo [Lucky Luke] | ACC #069

“Grand Rodeo” (french “Grand Rodéo”) is the next comic adventure about the cowboy Lucky Luke created by Morris (Maurice de Bevere), first published in Spirou Magazine in 1948. In this Lucky Luke takes part in a rodeo, but one of his opponents, Cactus Kid, is not playing fair.

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The Ventriloquist Horse [Spirou] | ACC #068

“The Ventriloquist Horse” (french “Le Cheval Ventriloque”) is the seventh story within the series of adventures of the title character “Spirou”, first published in 1941 in the magazine of the same name. In the story Spirou has learned the art of ventriloquism and uses it to protect the lord of a castle who is about to be deprived of his fortune by his brother.

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The Little Man who laughed [The Little People] | ACC #067

“The Little Man who laughed” (french: “Le petit Homme qui rit”) is the third story in the series “The Little People” (“Les Petit Hommes”) drawn by Seron and first published in Spirou Magazine in 1969. In this story the Little People find one of them suffering from a strange desease and their doctors have to admit that they can’t cure him.

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ASTROCOHORS CLUB: MANIFOLD TO INFINITY

These are strange times. With wars, rumors of wars and a pandemic, it’s time for ASTROCOHORS CLUB to regroup. In Iceland, Jarmo Dorak meets his contact Jeff Holland to discuss the way forward and the future of the club. Tempora mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis1

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1 = “Times are changing and we are changing with them”, that is a hexameter that has been used as a proverb since the 16th century. It goes back to the verse tempora labuntur tacitisque senescimus annis… (“Times pass and in quiet years we age…”) from Ovid’s Fasti.

Clifton and the Spies | ACC #066

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“Clifton and the Spies” (French: “Clifton et les Espions”) is the third adventure of the comic character Colonel Harold Wilberforce Clifton and the last one that was drawn by Macherot. In this story, an old friend of Colonel Clifton is suspected of being a spy.

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