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  • Stalin Vs. Hitler...What the heck?!?!?!?

    a funny russian comic book...

    http://www.comics.aha.ru/rus/stalin/
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  • #2
    Weird - with a capital "WE".

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    • #3
      I liked the part where they remind the reader that Stalin has a thick accent....because the cyrillic wasn't enough to remind me i was reading a russian comic.

      Who imagines hitler or stalin without accents? ( i would guess people from adolf's area of bavaria/austria and stalins area of georgia.....but still!)

      When will the Doc Sin. comic be hitting the newstands? Who is your major spandex-clad nemesis? Do you have one? Is he French?

      Is his name "L'Nose Gigantique-Protecter of Gallic Virtue"?
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      • #4
        Re: Stalin Vs. Hitler...What the heck?!?!?!?

        Originally posted by Fenrir
        a funny russian comic book...

        http://www.comics.aha.ru/rus/stalin/
        Quite a laugh Fenrir - I won't even ask how you found it. Most interesting

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        • #5
          Givin' you the scoop, the poop, the skinny and the scuttlebutt since 1969!

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          • #6
            The Agency...

            Originally posted by Fenrir
            When will the Doc Sin. comic be hitting the newstands? Who is your major spandex-clad nemesis? Do you have one? Is he French?
            My enemy is - "The Agency". I do not know it's true name, I do not know where it is based, I cannot prove it exists nor can I point to any members of "The Agency" with any degree of certainty, but my gut instinct tells me it has been in existence for centuries.

            "The Agency" recruits normal people from normal life. "The Agency" is responsible for all the chaos in the world - traffic jams, delayed flights, batteries running low, strikes, riots, late buses, price increases, queues, losing your pen, factory recalls, earthquakes, stonechips in windscreens, social workers, the massive queue of cars that appears from nowhere on an empty road just as you want to pull out, missing socks, your local Supermarket running out of Baked Beans and many, MANY more things far too numerous to list here. They also run ALL of the companies who ring you up and waste your time on crappy questionnaires along with call centres who have those stupid telephone menu systems (Dial 1 for blahdeblah... you know the ones) and insurance companies.

            I believe that "The Agency" has been around in one form or another for hundreds if not thousands of years. It recruits people who have thwarted it in the past - people who found their missing pen, people who caught that late bus, broke the strike, saved money in the Supermarket or found the last tin of Baked Beans under a packet of dog food. They are snapped up by "The Agency" and paid loads of money to cause more chaos, annoy more people and generally upset everything and everybody on the basis that if they've won through, they must be the best.

            But - here's the rub, I DON'T ACTUALLY HAVE ANY PROOF THAT IT EXISTS. I just know that it does. IT HAS TO.

            We must fight the agents of chaos. We can only do this with a strong Leader - me!

            Dr. S.
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            • #7
              The link didnt open (as usual) but I think Ive seen this before. Hitler and Stalin in a super-villian show down right? (Stalin's presented as a hero,but I cant imagine anyone,even communists,swallowing such bilge.)
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              • #8
                NEAT
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Fenrir
                  Who imagines hitler or stalin without accents? ( i would guess people from adolf's area of bavaria/austria and stalins area of georgia.....but still!)
                  Weird comic.

                  BTW, German stories from the early 30s are full of people saying that they had no idea what Adolf was talking about -- his Upper Austrian dialect was very hard to understand. AND...reading The Last Battle, some of the Russians apparently felt the same way about Joe Stalin.

                  Strange isn't it, that one of the greatest political-military battles of the last century was fought between Germans (led by a foreigner) against the Russians (led by a foreigner).

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Fenrir
                    I liked the part where they remind the reader that Stalin has a thick accent....because the cyrillic wasn't enough to remind me i was reading a russian comic.
                    Some one more gifted and I may be able to confirm, but what I think is actually meant here is Stalin speaks in dialect not accent. While he did have an accent, Russian dialect is virtually impossible to capture in English.
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                    • #11
                      Pretty interesting comic, could use some color. Too bad the two of them weren't put in a room together to battle it out for real. Might have saved millions of lives.:thumb:
                      Better to remain silent and thought a fool, than to speakup and remove all doubt.

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                      • #12
                        someone once gave me a comic book that involved thge leading generals and leaders from WW2 fighting it out with giant robots.
                        It was attempt at humour but as it was Japenese,the whole thing was kind of vague.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by JSMoss
                          Some one more gifted and I may be able to confirm, but what I think is actually meant here is Stalin speaks in dialect not accent. While he did have an accent, Russian dialect is virtually impossible to capture in English.
                          Nope, it's an accent. Stalin was a native speaker of the Georgian language, not Russian. He later learned Russian, but always spoke Russian as it was spoken by a Georgian -- similar to a native speaker of a foreign language speaking English.

                          JS
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                          • #14
                            Very strange stuff.......and that doesn't even begin to speak of the popup Russian find a bride service..........
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