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Arendsoog Algemeen / Re:Kaartje van Arendsoog
« Gepost op: 19 februari 2005, 15:38:54 »
OK, dus waarschijnlijk heeft de eerste eigenaar van mijn deel 37, ook deel 42 gekocht of gekregen en heeft de kaart in het deel waarvan een deel van de cover erop te zien was gestopt...

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Kaartje van Arendsoog
« Gepost op: 19 februari 2005, 11:39:51 »
Van de week heb ik #28 (8e druk) en #37 (7e druk) aangeschaft, beide hebben een Kresse cover, maar in #37 zat een ansicht kaart, met daarop Arendsoog boven de edele delen en Lightfeet's hoofd.
Als het ware uit de cover van #37 gesneden...

Op de andere zijde staat Nowee, Arendsoog serie, de titels tot #42, Malmberg, 's-Hertogenbosch. De lijst in#37 gaat maar tot #41, maar in #28 ook tot #42. Hoe zit dat? Zit de ansicht al sinds de eerste verkoop in #28?  

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Het Onzin-Forum / Re:Arendsoog en "De Kameleon"
« Gepost op: 09 januari 2005, 16:29:40 »
http://www.kluitman.nl/kameleondorp/

Het is wel merkwaardig, deze serie bestaat uit 63 boeken...

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Overige Discussie / Re:Arendsogen voor verjaardag :)
« Gepost op: 09 januari 2005, 13:47:37 »
De Arendsogen waren hier ook snel weg, mijn zus vond ze gelukkig nog in Arnhem, waar wij verder nooit komen.

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Overige Discussie / Arendsogen voor verjaardag :)
« Gepost op: 02 januari 2005, 23:36:36 »
Gisteren heb ik (onder andere, er was ook een grote puzzel en een spel, en een beetje geld) de drie Arendsoog paperbacks die ik nog niet had voor mijn verjaardag gekregen. Ik heb ze (in deze versie) nog niet gelezen omdat ik het te druk had met mijn puzzel.

Mijn zus had correct voorspeld (ann haar echtgenoot) dat ik de Arendsogen het allermooist zou vinden.

Theodoor

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Re:Arendsoog op Internationalhero
« Gepost op: 10 december 2004, 23:02:52 »
"Als Arendsoog door zijn fabelachtig zichtvermogen een "Human mutant' is, is witte veder dat ook dankzij zijn fabelachtig gehoor."

Misschien, maar het is nooit met zoveel woorden gezegd dat het gehoor van Witte Veder op zich zoveel beter is, vaak lijkt het alsof Witte Veder gewoon beter luisteren kan. Om als (fictie) mutant te tellen moet de "gave" aangeboren zijn, omdat we zo weinig over de jeugd van Witte Veder weten, weten we niet of dat ook echt het geval is.

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Re:Arendsoog op Internationalhero
« Gepost op: 05 december 2004, 22:46:40 »
Oh ja, ik zie het, foutje daarin. Gebeurt wel vaker met al die helden, gelukkig is Eric de Noorman ook weer een Nederlander Mail ik nog wel over, maar dat kun jezelf ook doen.

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Re:Arendsoog op Internationalhero
« Gepost op: 05 december 2004, 10:27:22 »
Arendsoog en WitteVeder staan nu op de site.

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Re:Arendsoog op Internationalhero
« Gepost op: 24 oktober 2004, 22:06:40 »
"Dit is in principe de enige strip geweest."

In principe? Is er een bepaalde alternatieve zinswijze waarin er meer strips zijn geweest, slaat dit op de Pep-verhalen of hebben wij hier met een verwijzing naar een beginsel van de erven Nowee te maken? Ik vraag het maar.
 ???

Nog bedankt voor de jaartallen.

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Re:Arendsoog op Internationalhero
« Gepost op: 24 oktober 2004, 17:24:15 »
Ik denk dat Stuart op het moment met wat andere dingen bezig is, Eric de Noorman staat ook nog steeds bij de Belgen. De volgende dingen moeten er nog bij:

a) Het hoorspel (Wanneer?)
b) De strip, gaat wel, maar als iemand daar nog iets over te zeggen heeft?
c) Wat voor afbeelding van Arendsoog (en Witte Veder), moet erbij?
Ik dacht zelf aan de cover van De Spookranch, andere suggesties?

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Kleding Arendsoog & Lucky Luke
« Gepost op: 18 oktober 2004, 16:50:19 »
Op nogal wat van de omslagen/kaften/covers zien we dat Arendsoog hetzelfde kostuun draagt als Lucky Luke, witte cowboy hoed, rode halsdoek, geel shirt, bruine patroongordel met holster, blauwe broek en rijlaarzen. Goed Luke draagt een zwart dingetje over het shirt en Bob draagt ook wel eens iets anders, maar is er een reden voor dit "uniform"?

Het zou kunnen, ik heb wel gelezen dat het gebruik van primaire kleuren (ipv. bruin, oranje, paars en in bepaalde gevallen groen of geel), wel gedaan wordt in strips om de oprechtheid van de held te benadrukken. De witte hoed voor DE HELD heeft geen verdere verklaring nodig.

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Re:Arendsoog op Internationalhero
« Gepost op: 16 oktober 2004, 22:46:02 »
Arendsoog    (Eagle Eye)
Real Name: Robert “Bob” Stanhope
First Appearance: Arendsoog (1935) (book #1 of the series)
Identity/Class: Mutant
Occupation: Rancher, Deputy
Affiliations: White Feather, Lightfeet (horse) Jim
Enemies: Fred Moulders AKA Red Wolf, and hundreds of other bandits and other criminals (really)
Known Relatives: Mrs. Stanhope (mother), Robert James Stanhope (father (deceased)), Ann (sister) and some more Stanhopes (more distant relatives).
Aliases: Stan Hope, Bob Mining, Bob Storming, Bob Jessup,  Captain Bob Lensdorf, Friend of the Indians. In translations: Adlerauge (German), Kotkansilmä (Finnish), Örnöga (Swedish), Occhio di lince (Italian)
Base of Operations: S-Ranch, Mining Valley, Arizona
History:
Bob was the only son and eldest child of Roman Catholic immigrants from England,  Bob had a peaceful youth, but his life changed dramatically when he was only sixteen years old. His father had reported a great bandit, Fred Moulder, to the authorities. Moulders revenged himself by besieging the S-Ranch and killing Bob’s father. This made Bob decide that he would dedicate his life to helping others and to trying to prevent others having to experience the same as he did. From that moment on, he and White Feather hunt thieves and villains, face danger and fight evil.
In the first years of his crime fighting career he did so from a hidden cabin, cooperating with the police, but not part of it, by the use of his abilities and the friendship with the natives, most especially White Feather, who give him his nom de guerre he gets a fame as a superhuman crime fighting force around Mining Valley, a gold rush village, full of crime.
After defeating Moulders, he starts the S-ranch, which soon becomes a flourishing business and where, most of the time, he lives in peace with his family. Three years later most of the gold has been removed from Mining-Valley, most of the miners are gone, and peace ruled, the theft of the cattle of the S-ranch reunited Bob and White Feather, and at the end of that chaos of crime, theft and murder White Feather converted to Bob’s brand of Christianity, which Bob had been promoting among the natives and Bob starts a citizens´ watch of sorts.  Shortly after this Bob becomes a deputy. Now the base for the long series of adventures has been laid.
Especially in the early years it’s frequently shown that Bob is a devout Catholic, but later on his good principles are explained from his pure character, rather than his religion.Bob often worked together with the federal army and the police force, which he is part of in his function as a deputy in the district of Mining Valley. His adventures, however, do not only take place in Arizona. Bob has to travel to other states like Texas and California, but is also asked to solve mysteries abroad, in Mexico and Canada. Bob is widely known throughout the States, which is clearly shown by the President of the United States thanking him personally for rendered services in Washington DC.


Powers/Abilities:  Bob is very talented and well trained in the use fire arms, but he never shoots to kill. He is trained in stealthy movement and tracking by the best (i.e. White Feather). His ability to see very well at great distances  is that extraordinary that it has caused Native Americans to give Bob his nom de guerre. It comes in very handy for spotting traps and ambush parties.
His ability to see in very low light conditions (non-absolute darkness) falls clearly in the superhuman range. That does not mean he can see as well at night as in broad daylight, but as he sees better than normal men under both conditions, other people get that impression.

He is a great rider, the only person White Feather´s horse could not get off. Bob’s horse and companion, Lightfeet, is probably the fastest horse in the West. He is very well trained and saved his master on several occasions by his speed, intelligence and agility. Bob is also a great rancher, which keeps him financially secure, and if it has to be a good cowboy too.

Bob Stanhope is not the strongest man on the world, but he is shown to be kind, modest, intelligent, quick and filled with justice and a great sense of humour. Bob is not a person with no flaws, he has his bad habits, but that makes him a real personage and not just a flat character. In more than 65 adventures (mostly long, sometimes shorter) he shows himself to be a true hero. Not unimportant is that he has many friends, who often help him or ask him for help for themselves or others. Nevertheless, Bob is not created as a invulnerable person. Death is sometimes nearby for him and his friends, and sometimes things seem rather hopeless. Still, Bob always manages to get out of trouble and stay the hero of the West!  
Comments: Arendsoog was created by the head of an elementary school J. Nowee, who also volunteered in a library, to give children, mainly boys, the cowboy stories they wanted to read. Karl May was still too difficult for them and hardly anything else was available and suited. Arendsoog combined the traditional western hero, with Roman-Catholic values fit for children. The series continued with the same publisher until 1993, the year in which P.Nowee, a son of J.Nowee, who had inherited the position of writer of the series during the writing of book #20.

It has been claimed that Arendsoog gained huge popularity when his a radio dramatization of his adventures was broadcasted by  
Arendsoog had a comic strip, drawn by The Tjong Khing appearing in Pep in the years 1967-1968. Before that there had been illustrated stories about him in that magazine. Those stories were illustrated by H.G.Kresse, who was THE expert in Dutch comicdom on Native Americans.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Bob’s foe Red Wolf (Moulders) should not be confused with the Marvel hero(es) of that name.





White Feather
Real Name: White Feather
First Appearance: Arendsoog (1935) (book #1 of the series)
Identity/Class: Normal human/Mystic
Occupation: ?
Affiliations: Bob Stanhope
Enemies:
Known Relatives: White Beaver (father)
Aliases: White, Black Owl
Base of Operations: S-Ranch, Mining Valley, Arizona
History: White Feather’s history is mostly a mystery, it is not even known to which of the native peoples he belongs. They seem to live in Arizona, but whether they are native Arizonans, or recent immigrants in Arizona seems unclear. It could be that

Powers/Abilities:
White Feather´s senses seem to be as keen as possible for a human being. His hearing is incredible, he can hear a horse arriving, while sitting in the living room of the S-ranch during a rain storm, and identify it as the sound of a single horse, and one that is ridden, in addition to that.

 He is not bad with firearms either. He is a master when it comes to stealthy movement, and where it concerns tracking. Great rider, greater horse trainer.
Comments:

CLARIFICATIONS:
A problem with this series is that everybody is supposed to speak English, but the series have been written in Dutch, so names can be often quite problematic.

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Schrijvers en tekenaars / Re:Chris Berg
« Gepost op: 16 oktober 2004, 21:09:49 »
De stijl is prachtig, maar Arensoog is mij net iets te boers, en Witte Veder lijkt mij iets te oud...

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Re:Arendsoog op Internationalhero
« Gepost op: 11 oktober 2004, 09:10:24 »
Een beetje assistentie van een Nowee voor de comments zou erg welkom zijn, aangezien daar informatie over de schrijvers en dergelijke zou moeten komen.

Wat weten we over het hoorspel? Wat van de strips?

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Arendsoog Algemeen / Re:Arendsoog op Internationalhero
« Gepost op: 10 oktober 2004, 19:33:59 »
Arendsoog    (Erne Eye)
Real Name: Robert “Bob” Stanhope
First Appearance: Arendsoog (1935) (book #1 of the series)
Identity/Class: Mutant
Occupation: Rancher, Deputy
Affiliations: White Feather, Lightfeet (horse) Jim
Enemies: Fred Moulders AKA Red Wolf, and hundreds of other bandits and other criminals (really)
Known Relatives: Mrs. Stanhope (mother), Robert James Stanhope (father (deceased)), Ann (sister) and some more Stanhopes (more distant relatives).
Aliases: Stan Hope, Bob Mining, Bob Storming, Bob Jessup,  Captain Bob Lensdorf, Friend of the Indians. In translations: Adlerauge (German), Kotkansilmä (Finnish), Örnöga (Swedish), Occhio di lince (Italian)
Base of Operations: S-Ranch, Mining Valley, Arizona
History:
Bob was the only son and eldest child of Roman Catholic immigrants from England,  Bob had a peaceful youth, but his life changed dramatically when he was only sixteen years old. His father had reported one of the big gangsters of that time, Fred Moulder, to the authorities. Moulders revenged himself by besieging the S-Ranch and killing Bob’s father. This made Bob decide that he would dedicate his life to helping others and to trying to prevent others having to experience the same as he did. From that moment on, he and White Feather hunt thieves and villains, face danger and fight evil.
In the first years of his crime fighting career he did so from a hidden cabin, cooperating with the police, but not part of it, by the use of his abilities and the friendship with the natives, most especially White Feather, who give him his nom de guerre he gets a fame as a superhuman crime fighting force around Mining Valley, a gold rush village, full of crime.
After defeating Moulders, he starts the S-ranch, which soon becomes a flourishing business and where, most of the time, he lives in peace with his family. Three years later most of the gold has been removed from Mining-Valley, most of the miners are gone, and peace ruled, the theft of the cattle of the S-ranch reunited Bob and White Feather, and at the end of that chaos of crime, theft and murder White Feather converted to Bob’s brand of Christianity, which Bob had been promoting among the natives and Bob starts a citizens´ watch of sorts.  Shortly after this Bob becomes a deputy. Now the base for the long series of adventures has been laid.
Especially in the early years it’s frequently shown that Bob is a devout Catholic, but later on his good principles are explained from his pure character, rather than his religion.Bob often worked together with the federal army and the police force, which he is part of in his function as a deputy in the district of Mining Valley. His adventures, however, do not only take place in Arizona. Bob has to travel to other states like Texas and California, but is also asked to solve mysteries abroad, in Mexico and Canada. Bob is widely known throughout the States, which is clearly shown by the President of the United States thanking him personally for rendered services in Washington DC.


Powers/Abilities:  Bob is very talented and has trained much with fire arms. He is trained in stealthy movement and tracking by the best (i.e. White Feather). His ability to see very well at great distances  is that extraordinary that it has caused Native Americans to give Bob his nom de guerre, his ability to see in very low light conditions (non-absolute darkness) falls clearly in the superhuman range.
 He is a great rider, the only person White Feather´s horse could not get off. Bob’s horse and companion, Lightfeet, is probably the fastest horse in the West. He is very well trained and saved his master on several occasions by his intelligence and agility. Bob is also a great rancher, which keeps him financially secure, and if it has to be a good cowboy too.

Bob Stanhope is not the strongest man on the world, but he is shown to be kind, modest, intelligent, quick and filled with justice and a great sense of humour. Bob is not a person with no flaws, he has his bad habits, but that makes him a real personage and not just a flat character. In more than 65 adventures (mostly long, sometimes shorter) he shows himself to be a true hero. Not unimportant is that he has many friends, who often help him or ask him for help for themselves or others. Nevertheless, Bob is not created as a invulnerable person. Death is sometimes nearby for him and his friends, and sometimes things seem rather hopeless. Still, Bob always manages to get out of trouble and stay the hero of the West!  
Comments: Arendsoog was created by the head of an elementary school J. Nowee, who also volunteered in a library, to give children, mainly boys, the cowboy stories they wanted to read. Karl May was still too difficult for them and hardly anything else was available and suited.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Bob’s foe Red Wolf (Moulders) should not be confused with the Marvel hero(es) of that name.





White Feather
Real Name: White Feather
First Appearance: Arendsoog (1935) (book #1 of the series)
Identity/Class: Normal human/Mystic
Occupation: ?
Affiliations: Bob Stanhope
Enemies:
Known Relatives: White Beaver (father)
Aliases: White, Black Owl
Base of Operations: S-Ranch, Mining Valley, Arizona
History:
Powers/Abilities:
White Feather´s senses seem to be as keen as possible for a human being. He is not bad with firearms either. He is a master when it comes to stealthy movement, and where it concerns tracking.
Comments:

CLARIFICATIONS:
A problem with this series is that everybody is supposed to speak English, but the series have been written in Dutch, so names can be often quite problematic.

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