Sarajevo Tango

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Sarajevo Tango is an anti-war comic book/graphic novel by Hermann initially released in 1995 (ISBN 2-8001-2269-2). Sarajevo Tango is also the first Hermann’s big work done in direct color, and according to several critics, one of his finest.

The book is dedicated to innocent victims of Sarajevo siege and Bosnian war, moreover, copies of this work have been sent to various politicians, artists, journalists and celebrities in the world. On the surface the book follows a crime story that takes place in Sarajevo during the siege (1992-1995). However, in the background of a crime story Herman clearly shows his disgust with the international community-in particular with its lack of action and decisiveness in preventing killings that occurred in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war (1992-1995).

The book is dedicated to Karim Zaimović (Strip Art Features 1996 edition, page 2), a young journalist and publicist killed in Sarajevo during the siege by shell launched from Serbs mortar, and in part to Ervin Rustemagić, Hermann’s personal friend and survivor of Sarajevo siege. English language copy-rights of the book were awarded to Strip Art Features.

In 1995 Herman received Durbuy-Grand Prix for Sarajevo Tango.

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