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Yossel: April 19, 1943: April 19, 1943 - A Story of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Joe Kubert

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Oktober 2003
Famed comic creator Joe Kubert’s family came to America from Poland in the 1920s, but the family almost was not allowed into the country. YOSSEL asks the question, “What if my family had still been in Poland when the Warsaw Ghetto was founded?”

In 1939, Yossel and his family were relocated by the Nazis to a special section of Warsaw “for their protection.” What no one knew, though, is that this was only the first step of a so-called “Final Solution” to try and wipe out the Jewish population. Yossel finds himself a pet artist for the Nazis who are entranced by his drawings of superheroes, but all will change when a face from Yossel’s past tells the inhabitants of the Warsaw Ghetto what is really happening in the outside world.

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His name is Yossel. In another time, in another place, this 15 year-old boy could have grown to be a great artist. But in Nazi-occupied Poland during World War II, Yossel, a Jew is an "untermensch" and thus has no rights - and no future. This is his story, as told through his sketches.

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Joe Kubert has produced countless stories for countless characters including Hawkman, Tarzan, Enemy Ace, Batman and The Flash. Kubert also edited, wrote and illustrated Sgt. Rock, which he contributed to for thirty years. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kubert''s Ghetto 7. Juli 2007
Von Bennet Pomerantz - Veröffentlicht auf
Joe Kubert has created war stories for DC comics. His stories echo the echo of the human spirit. In Yossel, his storytelling is an a high arc

This case study of the effects of war is done in pencils. It is war storytelling with a heart.

It would seem this graphic novel was Kubert's sketches and rough drafts. However, as he explains "This book is pencil rendering, rather than inked drawings". This is Kurbert, the artist and storyteller at work..This is his Maus (see the review).., It has power from his pencil drawing. I would stack this against any other war graphic novel from the Nam, Kubert's Sgt, Rock: Between A Rock and a Hard Place (see the review) to Maus as this is one of the best War fiction books

With such power, you would be foolish not to read this and see for yourself

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5.0 von 5 Sternen an amazing tale of heroism and sadness in the Warsaw Ghetto 11. Dezember 2003
Von Adam P Boots - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
Basically, Joe Kubert, the author and artist of this graphic, is doing a "what-if" story based on if his family did not make it to America when they originally left Poland. It works well as a historical peice because all of the things that happen in the story are based on interpretations of what COULD have happened to a young man in the Warsaw Ghetto. Additionally, the author makes the story very believable because Kubert looks at it from a VERY personal perspective in that it's a first person narrative. The graphics in this book are absolutely beautiful in their rough form. The pictures are reproduced to appear as pencil drawings, and the unfinished look and rough style of 50+ year comic veteran, Kubert, do nothing but enhance this already impressive story. His sketches are amazing. They're rough, but very detailed. They have such a human characteristic in their rendering, in that they're very detailed but also very 'flawed.' It makes them perfect for the story. They reflect the narrator's emotions and feelings throughout the story and also manage to change as the story goes on, as the narrator's views and beliefs change throughout the story.
This is basically what a graphic novel is SUPPOSED to be. A great story told through both pictures and words. It's also a heart-wrenching view into a very sad time and place in our history. Normally, I'd say that being a comic book fan would create a bias towards a graphic novel. This is not your average comic book/graphic novel. This is an amazing tale of heroism and sadness told through words and images. If you care at all about good, heartfelt storytelling, then you should purchase this Graphic Novel. It will not disappoint...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Kubert's "Yossel" Is A Moving Work Of Art 22. November 2003
Von B. Bukowski - Veröffentlicht auf
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Yossel is a young Jewish artist living a decent life in Poland with his family, until a horrendous event will forever change his life. This incredible book follows the story of an innocent Jews trying to survive the horrors of the Holocaust; from the terrible conditions of the Warsaw Ghetto to the inhumane and atrocious environment of the work camps.
The story is narrated by Yossel, and the captions are very moving; but the phenomenal illustrations is where the story really shines. Kubert opted to use only pencils to tell this story and the result is magnificent. The rough sketches help to establish a dour, dark tone and really add to the level of realism.
"Yossel" is highly recomended for people with an interest in WWII or the Holocaust, fans of movies such as "The Pianist", or anyone looking for a powerful, moving work of art.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen All in pencil this time: great work from Joe Kubert. 23. August 2012
Von Horatio B. Weisfeld - Veröffentlicht auf
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Incredible graphic novel done entirely in pencil. Comics wizard Kubert imagines how his life might have worked out had his parents not fled Europe in time to escape the Nazi killers. Just as the artists intended: The story that leaves its haunting mark.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Imagining another time and place 12. Juli 2005
Von Jenny I. Andrus - Veröffentlicht auf
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The themes of time and place are everywhere in this graphic novel. The author, Joe Kubert, a successful comic book artist, imagines what his life would have been like had his Jewish family not left Poland in 1926. Instead of growing up in the relative safety of the United States, drawing his favorite super heroes, Kubert's alter-ego Yossel sketches horrifying scenes from the Warsaw Ghetto. His parents and sister have been deported to a concentration camp, but his artistic skills impress the Nazis enough to temporarily save him from the same fate. When his former rabbi appears and tells what is really happening in the camps, Yossel and a ragged band of survivors turn on the Nazis and launch the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Yossel's sketches are made in the depth of the sewers, to which the ill-fated group has retreated to fight their last battle. Although Yossel is fictional, the leader of uprising is based on a real person. There are many novels for young adults about World War II, but this one is unforgettable, capturing through simple text and stark black and white drawings the despair of one teenage boy, who against insurmountable odds fights for survival in the Warsaw Ghetto. The book was written in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto and should be on every list of Holocaust literature.
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