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RONNIE HANSEN 

Ronnie Hansen is a football Franco-Belgian comic series created by the author Raymond Reding February 1979 .
 
Contents
 
1 Descriptions
1.1 Synopsis
1.2 The characters
2 Analysis
3 Publications in French
3.1 Review
3.2 Original Albums
4 Notes and references
 
Descriptions
 
 Synopsis
 
Ronnie Hansen (in french :Eric Castel)  is a French footballer. Injured playing for Inter  Milan, he came to FC Barcelona to recover. He falls in love with the famous stadium Nou Camp, and a small Cove where he likes to take back on the events and where he will meet Pablitos, a band of passionate kids football and the Barça…
 
The characters
 
Ronnie Hansen
Diane Chapuis
Pablito Varela
The Pablitos
The Varela family
Stefan Stanovic
 
Analysis
 
 The story tells much about football, but the author is working all sides an emotional and affective character. He will thus meet a host of characters, more sympathetic than others, arguing in the first place friendship and best values.
Long published in Novedi, the series will see Dupuis to the release of his latest album in 1992. The new Belgian publishing house British on this occasion the series, but the success has not been met: the new edition was completed.
 
Publications in French
 
In February 13, 1979 review, the new weekly presents Super As, a format of benefit on twenty-one centimetre of fifty-two pages [1], in which appears the first adventure Eric and the Pablitos to be followed for nine weeks [2]. On the green cover of no. 32 of 18 September 1979, the character first appears accompanied by plan in vignette of Julie Wood of Jean Graton and the Gentlemen of Ferdinando Tacconi, and Alfredo Castelli. It is in this issue that is published the second adventure game return! to follow up the No. 39 [2].
Blow! is the last tournament in this weekly No. 68 of 27 May 1980 in eight numbers [2].
 
Original albums :
 
 each album is published by two different publishers, which is Belgian, and the other French, in the same year and the same ISBN.
1 Eric and Pablitos, EDI – 3 Fleurus, 1979
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-215-00268-9)
2 Return match!, EDI – 3 Fleurus, 1979
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-215-00301-4)
3 Blow!, EDI – 3 Fleurus, 1980
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-215-00360-X)
4 Right to the goal!, Novedi Hachette, 1981
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-01-008153-6)
5. The man from the rostrum F, Novedi Hachette, 1981
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-01-008159-5)
6. The Secret of Pablito, Novedi Hachette, 1982
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-01-008917-0)
7. The night of Tibidabo, Novedi Hachette, 1983
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-01-009643-6)
8. The big decision, Novedi Hachette, 1984
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-8039-0000-9)
[9 Five first minutes], Novedi Hachette, 1984
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-8039-0017-3)
10 Earned IRAP, Novedi Hachette, 1985
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-8039-0029-7)
11. The Plan of the Argentine, Novedi Hachette, 1986
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-8039-0032-7)
12. The House of cormorants, Novedi Hachette, 1987
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-8039-0052-1)
13 At the Alfa, Novedi Hachette, 1989
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-8039-0058-0)
14. Fifth goal for Lille!, Novedi Hachette, 1990
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-8039-0065-3)
15. The Message of Maltese, Dupuis, 1992
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-8001-1939-X)
 
Occasional
 
Ronnie Hansen says
Go to the Red Devils!, Novedi Hachette, 1982
Script and design: Raymond Reding – colours: Françoise Hugues-(ISBN 2-8001-1939-X)
 
Notes and references
 
 ↑ anonymous, “Super As in 1979 [archive]” on BD forgotten. Accessed March 25, 2011
^ A, b and (c) anonymous, “Eric Castel in Super As [archive]” on BD forgotten. Accessed March 25, 2011
 

 RAYMOND REDING

 

  

Raymond Reding, born in 23 February 1920 in Louviers [1] in the Haute-Normandie and died April 26, 1999, Anderlecht [2] in Belgium, is a Belgian comic creator, having essentially illustrated the theme of sport.
 
Contents
 
1 Biography
1.1 The beginnings
1.2 Jari, then Vincent Larcher
1.3 Section R
1.4 Eric Castel
1.5 Death
2 Albums and author series
3 Notes and references
4. See also
4.1 Related Article
4.2 External links
Biography
 
Raymond Reding was born in 1920 in Louviers. Son of a Belgian father and a French mother, he grew up in Belgium.
 
Early
 
His career of writer and artist begins in 1944 in the Bravo journal. In 1947, he creates a detective, Mr Cro, for “The last time”. After a short period at the Aiglon (1949), Reding joined the team of the Journal of Tintin in 1950.
 
Jari
 
It is here that Jari was created, narrating the adventures of a tennis Professional (Jimmy Torrent) and his young pupil Jari. The series begins in 1957, and the first album was founded in 1960. In 1963, Vincent Larcher, the first footballer of Reding, AC Milan avant-centre appears. A few episodes later, his friend Olympio with telepathic powers, joined him.
 
Section R
 
 in 1971, Reding creates for the journal Tintin “R Section” composed of two former athletes operating as journalists-investigators who solve puzzles to sport connotation. In 1979, Reding left Tintin for “Footy” a magazine for football by carrying with him the “Section R” and his female hero “Sophie Ravenna”.
 
Eric Castel
 
The same year he began together with his colleague Françoise Hughes the series Ronnie Hansen, a name his readers were already aware of since 1974 by the name of “Max Falk.” The German magazine Zack Koralle Verlag  published it under the name of “Kai Falke”. Ronnie Hansen is probably his most advanced and most popular imaginary football hero. At the beginning of the series, the player arrives at the FC Barcelona from Inter Milan; It will be by elsewhere a freelance in the MTP. The peripheral characters are engaging, including young Pablito Varela and his friends, the pablitos. “Ronnie Hansen” is a series of fifteen albums of a detailed comic strip, with its amazing scenery and a structured scenario.
 
Death
 
 Raymond died on April 26, 1999, [3] in Anderlecht.
 
Albums and series of the author
 
Vincent Larcher
Foundation King
Grand Slam
Jari
Mr Vincent
Pashutan Pact
Pytha
Section R
Ronnie Hansent
 
Notes and references
 
Raymond Reding [archive] on Lambiek. Accessed July 3, 2010
↑ Francis Matthys, “Dear Jari and Jimmy Torrent [archive]” on the free Belgium, March 20, 2009. Accessed July 3, 2010
↑ François Rivière, “Disappearance of Raymond Reding.Ses sports heroes had their beginning in”Tintin”.” [archive] “on release, April 29, 1999. Accessed July 3, 2010
 
See also
 
related section 
The Journal of Tintin
 
External links
 
Raymond Reding in Spirou, in the journal of Tintin, in Super As the site of BD forgotten