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Isabelinho, Domingos: "Héctor Germán Oesterheld. Ethics and Aesthetics of a Humanist." In: European Comic Art 7.1 (2014), S. 31–55.
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Keywords: Argentinien, Ästhetik, Ethik, Oesterheld. Hector
Collection: European Comic Art
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This text was inspired by a personal perplexity occasioned by the Argentinian miniseries on TV Pública, Germán, últimas viñetas [Germán’s Last Panels] with actor Miguel Ángel Solá in the leading role. (The series aired from 30 April to 23 May 2013.) I mean perplexity because why would a TV channel devote a whole series to a comics scriptwriter? I ask because in many countries and moments in history the comics scriptwriter was not even credited. On the other hand, the series implies another question: what happens to a great creator when he finds himself, because of his life’s circumstances, in the situation of practising his trade in a primarily conservative and commercial environment? I’ll try to answer those questions, but since Oesterheld’s achievements are still too unknown in Europe I hope to also give here my humble contribution to help correct the situation.
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