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Blueberry is a Western comic series created in the Franco-Belgian bandes dessinées (BD) tradition by the Belgian scriptwriter Jean-Michel Charlier and French comics artist Jean "Mœbius" Giraud. It chronicles the adventures of Mike Blueberry on his travels through the American Old West. Blueberry is an atypical western hero; he is not a wandering lawman who brings evil-doers to justice, nor a handsome cowboy who "rides into town, saves the ranch, becomes the new sheriff and marries the schoolmarm." In any situation, he sees what he thinks needs doing, and he does it.

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  • Blueberry és un personatge de ficció de còmic de l'oest i una sèrie de còmics franco-belgues. Fou creada pel guionista belga Jean-Michel Charlier i el dibuixant de còmics francès Jean Giraud (Moebius). Es va publicar per primera vegada el 31 d'octubre de 1963 al numero 210 de la revista Pilote amb la historieta titulada Fort Navajo. A les pagines de Blueberry s'hi relaten les aventures de Mike Blueberry en els seus viatges a través del Far West americà. Blueberry és un heroi atípic de l'oest; no és un justicier errant que porta els dolents a la justícia, ni un atractiu cowboy que "arriba a la ciutat, salva el ranxo, esdevé el nou xèrif nou i es casa amb la institutriu." En qualsevol situació, analitza la situació, pensa el que s'ha de fer, i ho fa.Amb els anys la sèrie les aventures de Blueberry s'han convertit en un referent pel còmic francès. (ca)
  • Leutnant Blueberry ist ein frankobelgischer Comic. (de)
  • Blueberry frantsesez sortutako western estiloko komiki sorta da, Jean-Michel Charlier belgikarrak eta Jean Giraud frantziarrak elkarlanean egindakoa. Mike Blueberry lotinantaren abenturak kontatzen ditu, AEBetako Mendebalde Zaharrean gertatukoak. Blueberry western heroi atipikoa dugu. 1963an pertsonaia sortu zuten, eta 1995etik Jean Giraud arduratzen da bai marrazkietaz baita gidoietaz ere. izeneko pertsonaia ere asmatu zuten aurrerago bi egileek, garai berean girotutakoa. 2004an "Blueberry (esperientzia sekretua)" izeneko pelikula estreinatu zuten euskaraz, Jan Kounen zuzendariarena. (eu)
  • Blueberry is a Western comic series created in the Franco-Belgian bandes dessinées (BD) tradition by the Belgian scriptwriter Jean-Michel Charlier and French comics artist Jean "Mœbius" Giraud. It chronicles the adventures of Mike Blueberry on his travels through the American Old West. Blueberry is an atypical western hero; he is not a wandering lawman who brings evil-doers to justice, nor a handsome cowboy who "rides into town, saves the ranch, becomes the new sheriff and marries the schoolmarm." In any situation, he sees what he thinks needs doing, and he does it. The series spawned out of the 1963 Fort Navajo comics series, originally intended as an ensemble narrative, but which quickly gravitated around the breakout character "Blueberry" as the main and central character after the first two stories, causing the series to continue under his name later on. The older stories, released under the Fort Navajo moniker, were ultimately reissued under the name Blueberry as well in later reprint runs. Two spin-offs series, La Jeunesse de Blueberry (Young Blueberry) and Marshal Blueberry, were created pursuant the main series reaching its peak in popularity in the early 1980s. It has been remarked that during the 1960s, Blueberry "was as much a staple in French comics as, say, The Avengers or The Flash here [in the USA]." (en)
  • El Teniente Blueberry (o simplemente Blueberry) es una serie francesa de historietas del oeste iniciada en 1963 por el guionista Jean-Michel Charlier y el dibujante Jean Giraud para la revista Pilote que narra las aventuras del Teniente de Caballería Mike Steve Donovan, alias "Blueberry". En 1981, los mismos autores crearon un segundo personaje cuyas aventuras transcurren en el lejano oeste estadounidense: Jim Cutlass. Jijé iba a ser el dibujante de la serie, pero propuso a Giraud, que era su alumno. Jijé hizo la portada de Fort Navajo (está firmada por él) y sustituyó a Giraud en Tormenta en el oeste un puñado de páginas, mientras Giraud viajaba a México para convertirse en Moebius. Suyas son desde el momento en que Blueberry escapa de los indios en el cañón hasta que vuelve a Fort Navajo y encuentra a Crowe en la muralla: toda la parte de los cactus, los mexicanos y Tucson. Luego volvió a sustituir a Gir en El jinete perdido, que es casi todo suyo.​ (es)
  • Blueberry [ˈbluˌbɛɹi] est une série de bande dessinée de western franco-belge, créée par le Belge Jean-Michel Charlier (scénario) et le Français Jean Giraud (dessin), poursuivie par Jean Giraud seul après le décès de Jean-Michel Charlier, publiée dans le périodique Pilote de 1963 à 1973, puis dans d'autres périodiques (Tintin, Métal hurlant, Super As, L'Écho des savanes, Spirou et BoDoï) jusqu'en 1999, et éditée en albums de 1965 à 2005. La série connaît deux séries parallèles, La Jeunesse de Blueberry, créée par Jean-Michel Charlier et Jean Giraud, poursuivie par François Corteggiani (scénario) et Colin Wilson, puis Michel Blanc-Dumont (dessin), éditée en albums de 1975 à 2015, et Marshall Blueberry créée par Jean Giraud (scénario) et William Vance, puis Michel Rouge (dessin), éditée en albums de 1991 à 2000. La série principale et ses dérivées sont éditées en albums principalement par les éditions Dargaud. En 2019, Dargaud édite le premier volume d'un diptyque réalisé par Joann Sfar et Christophe Blain. La série met en scène un officier de l'armée américaine, Mike S. Blueberry, après la guerre de Sécession. Tout d'abord membre de la garnison de Fort Navajo, il participe aux guerres indiennes puis à la construction du chemin de fer transcontinental. Revenu à la vie civile, il est mêlé à un complot visant à assassiner le président des États-Unis, Ulysses S. Grant. Accusé et déjà condamné à tort pour une autre affaire, il devient un hors-la-loi et se cache un temps parmi les tribus indiennes avant de parvenir à obtenir sa réhabilitation et devenir joueur de poker dans la ville de Tombstone où il est mêlé à la fusillade d'OK Corral. La série La Jeunesse de Blueberry raconte les aventures du jeune Mike Donovan, devenant lieutenant de l'armée de l'Union pendant la guerre de sécession et changeant son nom en « Mike Steve Blueberry ». (fr)
  • Mike Steve Blueberry [mɑik stiːv ˈbluˌbɛɹi] né Mike Steve Donovan est un personnage de fiction créé par le scénariste de bande dessinée Jean-Michel Charlier et par le dessinateur Jean Giraud (Gir). Il est le héros des séries B.D. Blueberry, La Jeunesse de Blueberry, Marshall Blueberry et Mister Blueberry. (fr)
  • Blueberry è una serie a fumetti incentrata sull'omonimo personaggio, Mike Steve Blueberry, protagonista di una famosa saga western del fumetto franco-belga. Fece il suo esordio con la storia Fort Navajo, pubblicata nel corso del 1963 a puntate sulla rivista francese Pilote, della casa editrice Dargaud. A creare il personaggio, lo sceneggiatore Jean-Michel Charlier (noto, fra le altre, anche per le serie , Tanguy e Laverdure e Barbarossa), e il disegnatore Jean Giraud (il futuro Mœbius), che all'epoca firmava le tavole con il suo soprannome "Gir". Alle gesta di Blueberry sono dedicate quattro serie a fumetti: 1. * Blueberry, la serie principale, anche nota in italiano come Il tenente Blueberry o Le avventure del tenente Blueberry (in francese Blueberry o Fort Navajo, une aventure du Lieutenant Blueberry). Iniziata nel 1963 e proseguita fino al 2007, la serie conta 29 volumi, disegnati tutti da Giraud (con alcuni interventi isolati non accreditati di Joseph "Jijé" Gillain, Michel Rouge e Colin Wilson), e sceneggiati fino al 23esimo da Charlier, dal 24esimo in poi dallo stesso Giraud. 2. * La giovinezza di Blueberry (La Jeunesse de Blueberry in originale), iniziata nel 1968 e tuttora in corso. Al 2015, la serie conta 21 volumi: i primi sei vennero sceneggiati da Charlier, cui è succeduto a partire dal settimo François Corteggiani; ai disegni si sono alternati invece Giraud (primi tre volumi), Colin Wilson (volumi 4-9) e Michel Blanc-Dumont (dal decimo). 3. * Marshal Blueberry, durata dal 1991 al 2000 per un totale di tre volumi, scritti da Giraud e disegnati da William Vance (pseudonimo di William van Cutsem, volumi 1-2) e . 4. * Lieutenant Blueberry, iniziata nel 2019 e prevista in due volumi. Una serie-omaggio al classico di Charlier e Giraud, scritta da Joann Sfar e da Christophe Blain, e disegnata da quest'ultimo. Tradotta in più di venti lingue, la serie principale è annoverata fra i classici del fumetto mondiale per la ricchezza dei disegni di Giraud e per la complessità delle sceneggiature imbastite da Charlier. Ha avuto una trasposizione cinematografica nel 2004 (per la regia di Jan Kounen), alla cui realizzazione ha partecipato lo stesso Giraud. (it)
  • Blueberry (Engels voor "blauwe bes" of "Amerikaanse bosbes") is het hoofdpersonage in een reeks realistische westernstrips, een creatie van de Waalse stripauteur Jean-Michel Charlier en de Franse tekenaar Jean Giraud. De eerste aflevering verscheen in 1963 in het Franse stripblad Pilote. In 1965 kwam het eerste album uit. In Nederland werden de verhalen voorgepubliceerd in Pep (vanaf 1968) en later in Eppo, Eppo Wordt Vervolgd en Sjosji.De strip speelt zich af in de jaren na de Amerikaanse Burgeroorlog. Aanvankelijk zijn de verhalen stevig geworteld in de klassieke mythologie van het Wilde Westen waarbij de makers veel van hun inspiratie gevonden lijken te hebben in de cavalerietrilogie van filmregisseur John Ford. Maar al snel krijgt de reeks het karakter van een spaghettiwestern met als belangrijkste thema's wraak, hebzucht en verraad. Hoofdpersoon Mike Steve Blueberry Donovan (gemodelleerd naar acteur Jean-Paul Belmondo) verwordt tot een antiheld die voortdurend op de vlucht is. Na de dood van Charlier continueert tekenaar Giraud de reeks met scenario's van eigen hand. In de laatste delen (Vanaf Mister Blueberry) verandert de reeks opnieuw van karakter. Giraud kiest voor het genre van de revisionistische western en maakt een deconstructie van zijn geesteskind. (nl)
  • Blueberry – francuska seria komiksowa z gatunku western, stworzona w 1963 przez (scenariusz) i Jeana Girauda (rysunki), początkowo ukazująca się w odcinkach w czasopiśmie "Pilote", a od 1965 także w formie albumów nakładem różnych wydawnictw grupy Dargaud. Po śmierci Charliera seria została przemianowana na Mister Blueberry, a scenariusz do niej pisał Giraud, jednocześnie nadal ją rysując. Ostatni tom ukazał się w 2005. (pl)
  • Blueberry é uma série de banda desenhada franco-belga, criada em 1963 por Jean-Michel Charlier (argumento) e Jean Giraud (desenho). Esta série transporta-nos para um Oeste selvagem, que se estende das pradarias dos Estados Unidos até ao Novo México, admiravelmente recriados em todo o seu ambiente e paisagens, com todas as suas referências, algumas históricas, tais como a Guerra da Secessão ou a construção do Caminho de Ferro Transcontinental, onde se cruzam personagens cheias de vida (Jimmy Mcclure ou Chihuahua Pearl) com personagens reais (Cochise ou Wyatt Earp, entre outros) onde Mike S. Donovan a.k.a. Mike Steve Blueberry a.k.a. Mike Blueberry, acusado de um crime que não cometeu, se torna tenente das fileiras do exército americano, e assume o papeis de anti-herói, defensor de causas, renegado, jogador e pistoleiro. O sucesso e a evolução da narrativa justificou que surgissem novos títulos complementares, onde se desenvolveram novas linhas de acção. Assim surgiu a segunda série "Tenente Blueberry" ainda da dupla Charlier/Giraud que permitiu o início de um novo ciclo com o título "Nariz Partido" mas cujo falecimento de Charlier em 1989 veio interromper; a série "Mister Blueberry" escrita e desenhada apenas por Giraud, que nos álbuns já publicados nos mostra um Blueberry mais velho e cansado, a viver tranquilamente a vida como jogador profissional, cuja acção decorre em Tombstone, local onde ocorreu um dos episódios mais míticos do velho oeste: o duelo em O.K. Corral; a série "A Juventude de Blueberry" de Charlier/Giraud e continuada por Cortegianni/Wilson, que desenvolve o passado de Blueberry e finalmente a série "Marshal Blueberry" de Giraud, onde encontramos Blueberry a assumir as suas funções de Marshal interino numa pequena cidade fronteiriça chamada Heaven. Blueberry é um herói ocidental atípico, ele não é um homem da lei errante que traz os malfeitores à justiça, nem um cowboy bonito que "chega à cidade, salva o rancho, ou se torna no novo xerife e se casa com a professora da escola". Em novembro de 2019, Dargaud publicou o primeiro álbum feito pela dupla Joann Sfar e Christophe Blain. (pt)
  • Blueberry, (original: Lieutenant Blueberry) är en fransk västernserie, skapad 1963 av Jean-Michel Charlier (manus) och Jean Giraud (teckningar). Serien utspelar sig under och efter det amerikanska inbördeskriget och skildrar löjtnant Mike "Blueberry" Donovans resor och äventyr i Vilda Västern. (sv)
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  • Blueberry as drawn by Jean Giraud (en)
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  • Jean Giraud (en)
  • Claire Champeval (en)
  • Claude Poppé (en)
  • Florence Breton (en)
  • Fraisic Marot (en)
  • Jocelyne Etter-Charrance (en)
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  • Main series: 1963–2007 (en)
  • Marshal Blueberry: 1991-2000 (en)
  • Young Blueberry: 1968- (en)
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  • Mike S. Blueberry (en)
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  • Dargaud, Le Lombard, , Hachette, , , Dupuis (en)
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  • "Everything was bought back by Dargaud, halfway through [Marshal Blueberry]. It was not that bad; At Dargaud, they are more active on the editorial level. During the entire time I was at Humanos, I had not received a single call to start a new project. I profited from it... life profited from it for that matter... If Blueberry had remained with Humanos, there still would not have been a new album! At Dargaud, the late Guy Vidal became a true series editor-in-chief, active, pugnacious, adhering to continuous series. When I did ask to start, along came Mister Blueberry, followed suit by Tombstone and Geronimo... I do the best I can. I'm not saying it's all entirely successful. I do recognize that there are some surprising issues at the script or drawing level, but it has the merit of not being routine!" (en)
  • "Charlier, together with Goscinny the editors-in-chief, wanted a western. He already had outlines in mind, but asked me to come up with a name. He suggested a couple of names, which sounded not bad, but I wanted something softer for this rough and basic character. It was then that I saw that somebody had signed with the name "Blueberry" in Geographic Magazine, which was lying opened in front of me, purely by coincident. That was the right choice, and Charlier liked the name as well. For the hero's facial traits, I chose Belmondo, as he was at the time something of an art symbol for guys my age." (en)
  • "He is an artist whose body of work I love for its lyric qualities. There is in his comics a real attention to detail and investment rarely equaled. Jonathan Cartland is a very ambitious graphic work, but Colby with Greg, is somewhat below his potential. On Blueberry, I find him a little less invested, but it must be said that it is not really his series and the scripts don't possess the extraordinary quality of those of on Cartland. Even I find weaknesses in the scripts of François Corteggiani, but is not my place to stick my nose in his work. And of the script writers under consideration at the time for Young Blueberry, François was the better one." (en)
  • "In my function as literary editor, I also amused myself by mounting a massive hoax. It was meant to expand a bit upon the knowledge of Blueberry's past that I had introduced in the full Jeunesse stories. As an aside, I humbly apologize to the respectable professors and other eminent historians who have rock solidly believed in it, and who have overwhelmed me with requests for my sources. The idea came to me at the National Archives in Washington, when I was looking for old pictures for a television show. One of them caught my eye on a pile of documents dating from the Civil War. It showed a young, anonymous officer, serving in the cavalry of the Union, who resembled the young Blueberry as drawn by Jean Giraud. It was too beautiful! I could not resist! I acquired a lot of other pictures of the era, representing southern plantations, black slaves in cotton fields, scenes of the Civil War, trains, forts, Mississippi Show Boats ... And, using them as starting point, I wrote the detailed biography of Mike Steve Donovan, alias Blueberry, which can now be read at the start of the album "Ballade pour un cercueil". I mingled many real facts and characters that had really existed into my imaginary biography. Thanks to the photos brought back from Washington, it became a flagrant truth. To complete this forgery, that amused me immensely, I commissioned my graphic artist Peter Glay for the superb false historical portrait that you can also admire. A detail that should not be lacking in all this pizzazz, the officers represented on Blueberry sides are, in reality, comic artists Jean-Marc Reiser and Jean Tabary, who were relatively unknown at the time, but who have come a long way since the time they posed as Blue Coats! This hoax worked beyond all hopes: thousands of readers believed in the real existence of Blueberry, following the publication of this false, with authentic photos illustrated, biography. That my victims may forgive me: si non è vero è bene trovato!" (en)
  • "Colin Wilson helped me out with "Le bout de la piste". I was extremely backlogged; he helped me with the three last pages in particular. I carefully did the penciling and some of the faces and all the Blueberrys in detail, and Colin did the rest. But this was a special case, a kind of favor from a friend. I like Colin and his wife Janet very much. That I reverted the task to him, was not laziness on my part, but rather a gesture of friendship; I wanted to demonstrate to him that he could draw Blueberry every-bit as good as I did." (en)
  • "[The idea of giving Blueberry Belmondo's face] originated from the both of us. That came about this way: To have Blueberry come across as a non-conformist, I described him right from the start as uncombed, disheveled, unshaven, broken nosed, etc. After he had read that, Jean exclaimed to me, "That's Belmondo!"" (en)
  • "There were thousands of professionals who knew my work. That has always amazed me every time I entered some graphics, or animation studio, at Marvel or even at George Lucas'. Mentioning the name Jean Giraud did not cause any of the present pencillers, colorists or storyboard artists to even bat an eye. Yet, whenever I introduced myself as "Mœbius", all of them jumped up to shake my hand. It was incredible!" (en)
  • "Philippe Charlier, son of Jean-Michel, was opposed because he guards over the consistency of the series. The Blueberry 1900 scenario was indeed very free and quite transgressive compared to the original depiction of Mike, even more pronounced so than the evolution of Jim Cutlass in his relationship to magic. I could not start this series anyway, as long as the Marshal Blueberry trilogy had not yet come to a conclusion. This would have caused too much confusion in the mind of the reader. François Boucq therefore could only start drawing after Vance had finished the third volume of Marshal...which he never did! In the meantime, Alexandro offered him Bouncer, which he naturally accepted. Of course, Blueberry 1900 would have been pretty good, but Bouncer is so great that it would have been unbearable for me to have prevented such a series seeing the day of light. Even so, my frustration with my own scenario became total, forcing me to rework and update it, no doubt improving it as I go along, and I in particular will have to decide on how to proceed." (en)
  • "Jean Giraud has scrutinized the first trial studies of Colin Wilson: he supervised most of his drawings. This artist is quite capable of doing the series, but he is somewhat paralyzed by the fame of Blueberry and the personality of Jean Giraud. Ultimately, the most evident part of my work with him was to prevent him constantly wondering how Giraud would have drawn such and such panel in his place. La Jeunesse de Blueberry will not replace the series by Jean Giraud, who is absolutely not tired of drawing it. Quite the contrary, it is constantly on his mind! Since he has more or less identified with Blueberry, he is less and less inclined to drop the series. For example, the temples of the hero have turned white at the same time as those of the artist." (en)
  • "It is a good series, keeping Blueberry alive, but I'm otherwise not involved in the least. If Colin wants, I can assume the role of a mentor. I told Colin he should in no way feel tied down, he should take all the freedom he needs; it is his series now. We have never cooperated [on Young Blueberry], but when I introduced Colin to Charlier, it was already clear to me that he was good. He was as impressed with Blueberry as I was with Jerry Spring, back in the day. He did not create Westerns then, but SF, yet you could already see his potential." (en)
  • "For purely commercial reasons, Dargaud wanted the adventures of the main heroes of the weekly to appear as complete stories in this quarterly. Neither Jean Giraud nor I were particularly interested to have concurrent, both long and short but similarly themed stories, published in two different magazines. But abundant, longtime fan-mail from readers, who gave us their friendship by faithfully following his tumultuous adventures, told me that the Blueberry character posed many irritating enigmas for them. Why did he have a broken nose? Why did he stay in the army as he obviously did not possess the qualities, besides his bravery, befitting a good soldier? And why this ridiculous name Blueberry? Blueberry is English for myrtille: Lieutenant Myrtille, that was not a name for a Western hero! The questions came from all sides. Unfortunately, it was impossible for me to further encumber stories that were already quite heavy. Then the idea struck me to forge out a past for Blueberry through the stories we were asked to do for this Superpocket Pilote. A past in which our readers would find answers to satisfy their legitimate curiosity. The idea excited Giraud, who decided, in order to differentiate between two series, to adopt a more lively style, more edgy, but less convoluted. Thus was born «La Jeunesse de Blueberry»." (en)
  • "Blueberry can not die, I have the certainty and proof of that ever since I have read the biography, Charlier has written before he left us. He is such a rich character that people can not imagine him disappearing. According to Jean-Michel, Blueberry has even rubbed shoulders with Eliot Ness. The history of such a character can not have an ending." (en)
  • "Obviously, I could have never imaged that I would be drawing Blueberry one day. That is why I deliberated for so long when they asked me to do the Young-series. I mean, what I am doing is so close to Giraud, that everybody will think me a mere Giraud-imitator. Especially the first few pages. I think, as we go along, we will build something that is recognizably different from what Giraud has done up until now. Both publisher Novedi and writer Jean-Michel Charlier told me that they want me to make the series my own as soon as possible. That is why it is such a challenge. I'm looking for my own way. That will be the greatest task for the first album." (en)
  • "When Guy Vidal of Humanos brought me into contact with Jean Giraud at the time, he presented me with a story that I liked very much. But Giraud had written the script as a novel. The page division was still lacking, as were the dialogs. Furthermore he had planned to spread the story over two books. I suggested to expand that to three books. After I had finished the first Marshal Blueberry, I did not want to do all the work alone anymore. I did not have the time, nor did I want to do the work, others should have rightfully done. Thierry Smolderen subsequently worked out the script. But then I procrastinated. Dargaud had bought back Blueberry, Giraud had rejected part of Smolderen's script, altered the page divisions, etcetera. In the end I became fed up with the third book, and threw in the towel." (en)
  • "That was a coincidence all right. It coincided with the break between Jean-Michel and Dargaud, where questionable issues in regard to authors' rights were in play." (en)
  • "With that biography, we encumbered ourselves with a mind-boggling task. We had created the possibility to highlight Blueberry in a panoramic manner by concurrently publish several different series, in which he is young, less young and, why not, old eventually. We even could have told the story of his death without ending the series. Blueberry is a particularly intimate life companion. He is part of me, but it should not become an obsession. That is the reason why I have given him the chance to escape me by entrusting him to others. In essence, it has become Blueberry's fate to be condemned to life by his creators." (en)
  • "I have twenty completed pages, the rest consists of annotations and loose ideas...I was not quite on board with the development of the story yet, we still had not decided upon anything. There were some great ideas, which needed to be finalized." (en)
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  • —Giraud, August 1989, on the script status of "Arizona Love" at the time of Charlier's death. (en)
  • —Giraud, 2005, opining on the quality of La Jeunesse de Blueberry by Blanc-Dumont and Corteggiani. (en)
  • —Giraud, 1988, when asked if the format change of Pilote from a weekly to monthly magazine had anything to do with the creators leaving. (en)
  • Charlier, in a latter-day accounting for his Blueberry biography. (en)
  • —Charlier, on conceiving the Young Blueberry series. (en)
  • —Giraud, on his thoughts and intents for Blueberry 1900 in several comments made for contemporary magazine interviews. (en)
  • —Giraud, 2010, on the return to Dargaud, and on being the sole artist on Blueberry. (en)
  • —Giraud, 2008, in a public reaction on Blueberry 1900 not coming to fruition. (en)
  • —Giraud, 1988, on getting his protégé on his way as an established Blueberry artist. (en)
  • —Charlier, 1978, on conceiving the initial countenance of Blueberry. (en)
  • —Giraud, 1989, on his notoriety as "Mœbius" in the United States. (en)
  • —Giraud, on his firm conviction that, due to the biography, Blueberry is now for the ages, and how it has allowed the Blueberry universe to expand beyond the boundaries of the main series. (en)
  • —Giraud, 1975, on his claim of inventing the name Blueberry. (en)
  • —Wilson, 1984, on taking on Young Blueberry. (en)
  • —Vance, 1996, on his experiences working on Marshal Blueberry. (en)
  • —Charlier, 1985, in France-Soir, reassuring Blueberry fans. (en)
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  • Leutnant Blueberry ist ein frankobelgischer Comic. (de)
  • Blueberry frantsesez sortutako western estiloko komiki sorta da, Jean-Michel Charlier belgikarrak eta Jean Giraud frantziarrak elkarlanean egindakoa. Mike Blueberry lotinantaren abenturak kontatzen ditu, AEBetako Mendebalde Zaharrean gertatukoak. Blueberry western heroi atipikoa dugu. 1963an pertsonaia sortu zuten, eta 1995etik Jean Giraud arduratzen da bai marrazkietaz baita gidoietaz ere. izeneko pertsonaia ere asmatu zuten aurrerago bi egileek, garai berean girotutakoa. 2004an "Blueberry (esperientzia sekretua)" izeneko pelikula estreinatu zuten euskaraz, Jan Kounen zuzendariarena. (eu)
  • Mike Steve Blueberry [mɑik stiːv ˈbluˌbɛɹi] né Mike Steve Donovan est un personnage de fiction créé par le scénariste de bande dessinée Jean-Michel Charlier et par le dessinateur Jean Giraud (Gir). Il est le héros des séries B.D. Blueberry, La Jeunesse de Blueberry, Marshall Blueberry et Mister Blueberry. (fr)
  • Blueberry – francuska seria komiksowa z gatunku western, stworzona w 1963 przez (scenariusz) i Jeana Girauda (rysunki), początkowo ukazująca się w odcinkach w czasopiśmie "Pilote", a od 1965 także w formie albumów nakładem różnych wydawnictw grupy Dargaud. Po śmierci Charliera seria została przemianowana na Mister Blueberry, a scenariusz do niej pisał Giraud, jednocześnie nadal ją rysując. Ostatni tom ukazał się w 2005. (pl)
  • Blueberry, (original: Lieutenant Blueberry) är en fransk västernserie, skapad 1963 av Jean-Michel Charlier (manus) och Jean Giraud (teckningar). Serien utspelar sig under och efter det amerikanska inbördeskriget och skildrar löjtnant Mike "Blueberry" Donovans resor och äventyr i Vilda Västern. (sv)
  • Blueberry és un personatge de ficció de còmic de l'oest i una sèrie de còmics franco-belgues. Fou creada pel guionista belga Jean-Michel Charlier i el dibuixant de còmics francès Jean Giraud (Moebius). Es va publicar per primera vegada el 31 d'octubre de 1963 al numero 210 de la revista Pilote amb la historieta titulada Fort Navajo. A les pagines de Blueberry s'hi relaten les aventures de Mike Blueberry en els seus viatges a través del Far West americà. Blueberry és un heroi atípic de l'oest; no és un justicier errant que porta els dolents a la justícia, ni un atractiu cowboy que "arriba a la ciutat, salva el ranxo, esdevé el nou xèrif nou i es casa amb la institutriu." En qualsevol situació, analitza la situació, pensa el que s'ha de fer, i ho fa.Amb els anys la sèrie les aventures de Blu (ca)
  • Blueberry is a Western comic series created in the Franco-Belgian bandes dessinées (BD) tradition by the Belgian scriptwriter Jean-Michel Charlier and French comics artist Jean "Mœbius" Giraud. It chronicles the adventures of Mike Blueberry on his travels through the American Old West. Blueberry is an atypical western hero; he is not a wandering lawman who brings evil-doers to justice, nor a handsome cowboy who "rides into town, saves the ranch, becomes the new sheriff and marries the schoolmarm." In any situation, he sees what he thinks needs doing, and he does it. (en)
  • El Teniente Blueberry (o simplemente Blueberry) es una serie francesa de historietas del oeste iniciada en 1963 por el guionista Jean-Michel Charlier y el dibujante Jean Giraud para la revista Pilote que narra las aventuras del Teniente de Caballería Mike Steve Donovan, alias "Blueberry". En 1981, los mismos autores crearon un segundo personaje cuyas aventuras transcurren en el lejano oeste estadounidense: Jim Cutlass. (es)
  • Blueberry [ˈbluˌbɛɹi] est une série de bande dessinée de western franco-belge, créée par le Belge Jean-Michel Charlier (scénario) et le Français Jean Giraud (dessin), poursuivie par Jean Giraud seul après le décès de Jean-Michel Charlier, publiée dans le périodique Pilote de 1963 à 1973, puis dans d'autres périodiques (Tintin, Métal hurlant, Super As, L'Écho des savanes, Spirou et BoDoï) jusqu'en 1999, et éditée en albums de 1965 à 2005. La série principale et ses dérivées sont éditées en albums principalement par les éditions Dargaud. (fr)
  • Blueberry è una serie a fumetti incentrata sull'omonimo personaggio, Mike Steve Blueberry, protagonista di una famosa saga western del fumetto franco-belga. Fece il suo esordio con la storia Fort Navajo, pubblicata nel corso del 1963 a puntate sulla rivista francese Pilote, della casa editrice Dargaud. A creare il personaggio, lo sceneggiatore Jean-Michel Charlier (noto, fra le altre, anche per le serie , Tanguy e Laverdure e Barbarossa), e il disegnatore Jean Giraud (il futuro Mœbius), che all'epoca firmava le tavole con il suo soprannome "Gir". (it)
  • Blueberry (Engels voor "blauwe bes" of "Amerikaanse bosbes") is het hoofdpersonage in een reeks realistische westernstrips, een creatie van de Waalse stripauteur Jean-Michel Charlier en de Franse tekenaar Jean Giraud. De eerste aflevering verscheen in 1963 in het Franse stripblad Pilote. In 1965 kwam het eerste album uit. In Nederland werden de verhalen voorgepubliceerd in Pep (vanaf 1968) en later in Eppo, Eppo Wordt Vervolgd en Sjosji.De strip speelt zich af in de jaren na de Amerikaanse Burgeroorlog. Aanvankelijk zijn de verhalen stevig geworteld in de klassieke mythologie van het Wilde Westen waarbij de makers veel van hun inspiratie gevonden lijken te hebben in de cavalerietrilogie van filmregisseur John Ford. Maar al snel krijgt de reeks het karakter van een spaghettiwestern met als (nl)
  • Blueberry é uma série de banda desenhada franco-belga, criada em 1963 por Jean-Michel Charlier (argumento) e Jean Giraud (desenho). Esta série transporta-nos para um Oeste selvagem, que se estende das pradarias dos Estados Unidos até ao Novo México, admiravelmente recriados em todo o seu ambiente e paisagens, com todas as suas referências, algumas históricas, tais como a Guerra da Secessão ou a construção do Caminho de Ferro Transcontinental, onde se cruzam personagens cheias de vida (Jimmy Mcclure ou Chihuahua Pearl) com personagens reais (Cochise ou Wyatt Earp, entre outros) onde Mike S. Donovan a.k.a. Mike Steve Blueberry a.k.a. Mike Blueberry, acusado de um crime que não cometeu, se torna tenente das fileiras do exército americano, e assume o papeis de anti-herói, defensor de causas, r (pt)
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