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Subject[ edit ] Sturmtruppen concerns the misadventures of an anonymous German army unit which is implied to be a battalion in various war theatres of World War II , by portraying the daily life, sufferings, problems and joys of the average, anonymous soldier. The series never explicitly mentioned that the war being fought is actually World War II, since no specific date is ever mentioned. There are, however, occasional references to specific battle theaters, place names as well as the mostly accurate portrayal of vehicles, weapons and uniforms of the period. 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 war. Language[ edit ] A trademark of the comic is the use of an improper, German -mocking Italian , usually 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.

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Zuktilar The comic focus on the life and misadventures of an anonymous German battalion during comid World War IIshowing the daily life, problems and joys of the various, anonymous soldiers and a small cast of fixed characters.

The Atlantic toysoldiers entertained vie generation, especially in Italy, they introduced many of us in the modeling hobby, and also inspired someone to study or have an interest for history. Italian comics titles Italian animated television series Italian comic strips Italian comics characters Fictional German people Fictional German Army personnel Comics set in Germany Anti-war comics comics debuts Comics characters introduced in Humor comics Military humor War comics Military comics Italian comics adapted into films Comics adapted into video games.

Bonvi had a small part as a German officer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The first one, Sturmtruppenwas co-written by Bonvicini and directed by Salvatore Samperi.

Old models and miniatures galleries. Sturmtruppen — Wikipedia This gives a clear idea of the black humour and Kafkaesque atmosphere of this comic book. Interlanguage link template link number. There has been only one officially licensed video game based on the Sturmtruppen comics, on the Amiga platform, called Sturmtruppen: I used resin copies to make the 4 figures and the tank turret where I opened the hatches to keep the original pieces untouched.

Franco Bonvicini, known as Bonvi, was the creator of the Sturmtruppen comics. Now they are out of production apart from some reissues becoming a rare expensive collection items. The bases are all Atlantic: 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: The series never explicitly mentioned that the war being fought is actually World War II, since no specific date is ever mentioned.

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 war. You need to login to do this. On 16 August Miramax moved forward with plans to create a live-action movie based on Sturmtruppen. The Sturmtruppen comics was successfull also outside Italy and have been translated in many different languages.

The series continued until the early s. Languages Dansk Deutsch Italiano Edit links.

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Zuktilar The comic focus on the life and misadventures of an anonymous German battalion during comid World War IIshowing the daily life, problems and joys of the various, anonymous soldiers and a small cast of fixed characters. The Atlantic toysoldiers entertained vie generation, especially in Italy, they introduced many of us in the modeling hobby, and also inspired someone to study or have an interest for history. Italian comics titles Italian animated television series Italian comic strips Italian comics characters Fictional German people Fictional German Army personnel Comics set in Germany Anti-war comics comics debuts Comics characters introduced in Humor comics Military humor War comics Military comics Italian comics adapted into films Comics adapted into video games. Bonvi had a small part as a German officer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The first one, Sturmtruppenwas co-written by Bonvicini and directed by Salvatore Samperi.

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