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TEX WILLER - Albo Speciale 28 - I Pionieri


TEX WILLER - Albo speciale 28 - i pionieri: A Review




If you are a fan of western comics, you might have heard of Tex Willer, the legendary ranger created by Gian Luigi Bonelli and Aurelio Galleppini in 1948. Tex Willer is one of the most popular and long-running comic series in Italy, with hundreds of stories published in various formats and editions. One of the most prestigious and sought-after editions is the Tex Albo Speciale, which features longer and more complex stories with high-quality artwork and printing.




TEX WILLER - Albo speciale 28 - i pionieri



In this article, we will review one of the latest Tex Albo Speciale issues, number 28, titled I pionieri (The Pioneers). This issue was written by Mauro Boselli, one of the main writers of Tex since 1988, and illustrated by Andrea Venturi, a talented artist who has worked on several Tex stories since 1997. The story was first published in June 2013 by Sergio Bonelli Editore, the publisher of Tex and many other famous Italian comics.


The Plot




The story begins with Tex and his pards (Kit Carson, Kit Willer and Tiger Jack) chasing a band of arms dealers who have sold new Winchester rifles to the Piutes of Red Crow, a hostile tribe that threatens the peace in the region. Along the way, they discover that their friend Starbuck, a former scout and adventurer, is leading a wagon train of pioneers towards the Rocky Mountains on the Oregon Trail. However, the pioneers are in danger of being massacred by the Piutes, who are preparing for war. Moreover, among the pioneers, there are some hidden robbers who have stolen a large sum of money from a bank in Denver.


Tex and his pards decide to help Starbuck and his people to reach their destination safely, while also trying to stop the arms dealers and the robbers. They will face many challenges and dangers along the way, such as hostile Indians, bandits, outlaws, wild animals and natural disasters. They will also meet some historical characters, such as Jim Bridger, a famous mountain man and scout, and John C. Fremont, an explorer and politician who was running for president at the time.


The story is an epic western saga that spans over 240 pages of action-packed adventure, with stunning landscapes and sensational Indian attacks. The plot is well-written and engaging, with twists and turns that keep the reader hooked until the end. The characters are well-developed and realistic, with their strengths and flaws. The dialogue is witty and humorous, with some references to historical facts and events.


The Artwork




The artwork by Andrea Venturi is superb and impressive. He manages to capture the atmosphere and the spirit of the western genre with his detailed and expressive drawings. He uses a realistic style that suits the tone and the mood of the story. He pays attention to every detail, from the costumes and weapons to the animals and plants. He creates dynamic and dramatic scenes that convey the emotions and the tension of the characters. He also uses different techniques and effects to enhance the visual impact of his work.


The coloring by Oscar Celestini is also excellent and harmonious. He uses a rich and varied palette of colors that matches the different settings and situations of the story. He creates contrast and depth with his shading and lighting effects. He also adds some touches of brightness and vibrancy to make some scenes stand out more.


The Verdict




TEX WILLER - Albo speciale 28 - i pionieri is a great comic book that will appeal to both fans and newcomers of Tex Willer. It is a thrilling and entertaining western adventure that showcases the skills and talents of Mauro Boselli and Andrea Venturi. It is a must-have for any collector or lover of western comics. c481cea774


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