Comic by comic
Language: Polish (official), German
Main characteristics: Here the Concentration Camp in Auschwitz
was situated (if you don’t know, go study History!). It’s also the home
land of Fréderic Chopin (if you don’t know who he is, go study Classical
Lobo in Poland:
First appearance: Apparently it was in
the story “Sila bestii” was published, but I’m not so sure.
Constant appearances: The publisher TM-Semic is the one that has
published all the magazines Lobo has appeared so far in Poland.
Own magazines in which Lobo has already made his appearance:
Ostatni Czarnian (The Last Czarnian) -
Lobo: Powraca! (Lobo Is Back!) - jan/1996
Nieamerykanscy gladiatorzy (Unamerican Gladiators) -
Paramilitarne swieta specjlane + LOBOtomia w Sandiego
(Paramilitary Christmass special + LOBOtomy in Sandiego) -
Kontrakt na Bouga (Contract on Gaud) - feb/1999
Lobo: Maska (Lobo vs Mask) - apr/1999
Lobo kontra Sedzia Dredd (Lobo vs Judge Dredd) - will be published
Superman magazines in wich Lobo had appeared:
Sila bestii (Strenght of a Beast) - feb/1992
Przegrywa z Lobo??? (Looses with Lobo???) - mar/1992
Pogrzeb przyjaciela czesc 1 (Funeral of the Friend
part one) - sep/1995
Zmartwychwstanie (Resurrection) - feb/1997
Note: The word Lobo speaks all the time (“Frag”) is usually
translated in Polish as “kurde”, “kurde bele” or “kurde balans”, that would be
words which meaning is close to “shit”.
Information obtained with:
Andrzej Greybrow Korcala, polish (of course) and webmaster of a
providing indispensable to the internet since October, 29th, 1997.
All the mentioned characters are, in the majority,
published without authorization, but with all the respect ;)
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