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Storm -the collection- complete (UK). Complete series of Storm -the collection- which contains all the 12 volumes! With every album you will receive an artprint. Storm is a soft science fiction/fantasy comic book series originally (and for most albums) drawn .. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Published by Don Lawrence Collection (DLC), THE COMPLETE SET OF 12 VOLUMES PLUS TWELVE LIMITED EDITION STORM PRINTS. The Don Lawrence Collection has access to the original pages with high resolution scanning to maintain superb print quality.

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Storm is a soft science fiction/fantasy comic book series originally (and for most albums) drawn by Don Lawrence. The series is primarily. Explore Theofanis Militsopoulos's board "Storm -Don Lawrence" on Pinterest. Don Lawrence Comic Book Artists, Comic Artist, Comic Books Art, Figure TOTEM [Revista de comic][Colección completa, 65 números][Español][PDF]. In a poll for The Worlds of Don LawrenceEnglish/Dutch - Storm's official site with latest.

Not that I didn't pull up sharp occasionally. I mean, how can you have any level of threat when the bad guy is called Banjo as in the original Het Volk van de Woestijn? I gave him a somewhat oriental name, Hanyin, to match his somewhat oriental outfit.

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But my favourite was the killer ape from De Groene Hel which had me in fits. Here's this naked ape There was no way to explain it, so I just ignored it. There are other occasions where there's a temptation to acknowledge such situations.

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In the case of the situation above, Storm is rescued at the last minute by an old hunter called Gran'pa Oldie in the original Dutch who kills the beast and, in my first draft, mutters: "Well, that's one less hammer-wielding ape to worry about! Chris Weston who actually worked with Don when he was a student and is on the editorial board of the Don Lawrence Collection came up with a perfect explanation about how the spaceboard computer could track Storm through his genetic signature -- trust me, it worked in context.

Unfortunately, it required quite a bit of exposition earlier in the story and we just couldn't squeeze it all into the space available so Storm ends up saying "The onboard computer must have traced us. It has to, for reasons that will become apparent when you read the story.

I sat here Saturday evening trying to figure out how our heroes survived their arrival and how I was going to explain their eventual departure.

It took me a while to remember that the story is set in an system where our laws of physics and celestial mechanics don't apply. So, maybe in our world it would seem impossible but it's perfectly OK in a system where anything can happen. Storm--The Collection volume 6 is scheduled for release in late October or early November which is a pretty quick turnaround for a book but necessary because we set ourselves a tight schedule for the release of the series: the first two Storm books came out in May and we're already halfway through the series.

The companion series of Trigan Empire books will be complete in early -- but that's another column for another day.

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As well as his connections to Don Lawrence, Chris Weston is a great artist in his own right and you should check out his web site, the Weston Front , and his blog to see what he's getting up to.

After 31 pages, the strip came to a grinding halt as everyone involved agreed that the story had diverged wildly from the original concept and was not up to the standards they wanted for the new paper. The strip was later completed by Don with the addition of four pages and published in Eppo in A new writer was eventually found in the shape of Philip Dunn who, under the pen-name Saul Dunn, had written a number of science fiction novels in the s.

Returning to Lodewijk's original concept, Dunn scripted 'De Diepe Wereld' [The Deep World] which related how astronaut Storm was sent on an exploratory mission to Jupiter and accidentally frozen in stasis, only recovering tens of thousands of years in the future. The Deep World was published in the UK in , five years after being serialised in Eppo, but there was almost no concept of the graphic novel at that time unless it was Tintin or Asterix.

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I remember finding it in W. Smith's, shelved with the weekly comics and wondering whether I really wanted to spend 80p on an album when I could pick up AD for 18p. I'm glad to say I did pick it up, although I was probably in the minority as no more Storm albums appeared. Fast forward 21 years to when, with Don's blessing, Rob put together his plans to republish all of Storm in a series of 12 deluxe volumes and I was easily talked into helping with the translations for the English language editions.

Since my knowledge of Dutch is limited, I work from a rough, literal translation of the text that appeared in the Dutch albums. Sometimes this can be nonsensical in the same way that subtitles for foreign films or computer games can be "Now all your base are belong to us.

At other times the longer captions can cause problems because I've found the average Dutch word is one or two characters longer than the UK average and a straight translation can leave you with an empty line or two in a balloon which is where I get to be a little creative.

To make sure I don't stray too far, we have Mike O'Doherty, chief proof-reader for the series, who checks for spelling, grammar and the purpleness of the prose. Now you know why having a proof-reader is so important!

The latest pair of books each volume of Storm--The Collection contains two albums has been great fun to work on. Only one of them has appeared in English before The Labyrinth of Death was translated for the old Marvel weekly Strip back in ; wish I could find my copies but they're buried somewhere in the attic!

Pandarve has to be one of the most fabulous backdrops ever created for a science fiction series, a massive living world circling a white hole where the laws of physics and celestial mechanics no longer apply.

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Buy New Price: Limited Edition. Full Colour illustrations. All the legendary adventures in this unique DELUXE 12 volume set containing all the Storm stories from - , illustrated by the late Don Lawrence - 23 stories and more than pages of glorious colour artwork in total.

Each book contains approx pages and is printed in large format on gsm coated paper and comes complete with a full colour leatherette bound hard cover and a full colour print. The Don Lawrence Collection has access to the original pages with high resolution scanning to maintain superb print quality.

For the missing originals, the Dutch publisher's original films are being used.

Fully digitized, the colours of the artwork are presented to their best effect. All the stories are re-edited and each book has its own unique dossier. Bibliographic Details Title:Jorg is also very talented as he has experience more locally, but also spanning several years.


There was no way to explain it, so I just ignored it. For this interaction she normally relies on her Theocrat, but she is also capable of creating a humanlike representation of herself [Alice].

We offer a fair degree of leeway but many of our books are substantially larger and heavier than the norm. And data you mean Orbital.

Three years after Don Lawrence died, a new team continued his work. De Navel van de Dubbele God.

It has to, for reasons that will become apparent when you read the story. Shelve Storm 5:

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