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Octobriana, and the Russian underground

by Peter Sadecky

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Published by Harper & Row in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Dissenters -- Soviet Union.,
    • Secret societies -- Soviet Union.,
    • Octobriana (Fictitious character)

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Petr Sadecky.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDK274 .S27 1971b
      The Physical Object
      Pagination128 p.
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5709602M
      ISBN 100060137371
      LC Control Number70184217

      Very good condition, softcover. "Octobriana is a Russian comic superheroine created by Petr Sadecký and based on the artistic works of Bohumil Konecný and Zdenek Burian.[1] According to the book Octobriana and the Russian Underground by Petr Sadecký, Octobriana was created in the s by a group of dissident Russian artists calling themselves Progressive Political Pornography (PPP. File:Octobriana and the Russian Underground book cover, Tom Stacey, ).jpg From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Jump to navigation Jump to search.

      Peter Sadecky is the author of Octobriana and the Russian Underground ( avg rating, 43 ratings, 3 reviews, published )/5(3).   A book called Octobriana and the Russian Underground published in claims she was created for the public domain by counter-cultural Russians calling themselves the Progressive Political Pornography group in the s, but this was mostly a salacious hoax. Since then, the character has stuck around, used by cartoonists in their own stories.

      Jim Rugg: Octobriana is the world’s 1st blacklight comic book. It’s printed with fluorescent ink and will look like no other comic ever! Super bright colors. Octobriana is an outlaw Russian underground superhero from the s. She was created to fight Soviet oppression and is the spirit of the October Revolution. Sort of. Octobriana, "the Russian Barbarella", has inspired various artists from Trina Robbins to Bryan Talbot (appearing as a side character in his legendary Luther Arkwright comics) to Finland's Reima Mäkinen, since the publication of the book Octobriana And The Russian Underground in My first encounter with Octobriana unpredictably took place.


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Petr Sadecky, in his book, Octobriana and the Russian Underground, claimed her to be the creation of a group of dissident creators of samizdat comics called the PPP (the Peoples' Pornography Party) who, in accordance with the ideals of Communism, made the character freely available to everyone.

Courtesy of Petr Sadecky -- a former Czech cultural minister who first encountered PPP in while lecturing in the USSR, then helped the group create and publish Octobriand by providing technical advice and smuggling Western pornocomic literature used as prototypes, and eventually defected to West Germany in the late '60's with the sexy Octobriana in hand.

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The story goes that. Sadecky’s “documentation” — a book titled “Octobriana and the Russian Underground” — was later debunked as a hoax. Sadecky appears to have stolen the artwork from other artists. The hero’s. Pittsburgh comic book creator Jim Rugg set out to make a book that would shine — literally.

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When Octobriana and the Russian Underground was published init garnered remarkable media attention for a book ostensibly about a Comic book movement—remarkable in the sense that it attracted the attention of not only comic book enthusiasts but also that of a general Western public enthralled by the Spy vs.

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December 5, | History. An edition of Octobriana, and the Russian underground () Octobriana and the Russian : Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sadecky, Peter, Octobriana, and the Russian underground. New York, Harper & Row [©] (OCoLC) ‘Octobriana ’ is the world's first blacklight comic book and it features characters based on the novel, ‘Octobriana and the Russian Underground’, which is about a group of activists from the USSR who make illegal, underground comic books in.

As the story goes, she began appearing in s nonfiction as a figure of the Progressive Political Pornography party, a group of dissident Russian artists led by a Czech named Petr Sadecky. Except, she wasn’t real. Sadecky’s “documentation” — a book titled “Octobriana and the Russian Underground” — was later debunked as a.

Fluorescent, blacklight comic book starring Russian outlaw superhero Octobriana - the devil woman. This is the cover of the first book where Octobriana appeared - in Octobriana and the Russian Underground Year: Year. Year of this volume.

Publisher: Tom Stacey. Octobriana first came to light inwhen she stepped out from behind the Iron Curtain as the subject of a book by Petr Sadecky. The author claimed that Octobriana was the first free-thinking Communist superhero, created by an anti-establishment, covert organisation.

It’s an origin story worthy of any crimefighter, yet you’d be forgiven if. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations (some color), facsimiles, maps, portraits 29 cm: Contents: Foreword / A. Anatoli (Kuznetsov) --First contact --A party --PPP members --The Progressive Political Pornography Group --Official Soviet art --Octobriana --Octobriana comic strip: the living sphinx of the Kamchatka Radioactive Volcano, Octobriana is a comic superheroine originated from literary hoax made up by Czech artists Petr Sadecký and Bohumil Konečný.

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The book claimed to detail the actions of a group of dissident artists called Progressive Political Pornography operating in the Soviet Union. According to Sadecky, the PPP created a series of comics featuring the heroic Octobriana, a sort of Russian Barbarella.