As it is already usual in recent years and from the hand of the IX Meeting of Bruce Lee fans, we unveil the December issue of the Bruce Lee Mania magazine. In this new number we’re proud of the quality and resonance of the collaborating personalities:
Leo Fong, Bruce Lee student in Oakland, also debuts in BLM recounting how he met Bruce and his influence in the evolution of his martial.
Bruce loved to tell stories to explain their martial principles. Tim Tackett cooperates for the first time with us recalling the fable “The woodcutter and the dragon”.
Robert Chua was the production manager of the most important TV magazine in HK: Enjoy Yourself Tonight. Bruce appeared on several occasions leaving numerous anecdotes for the record. Chua comments in a world premiere his relationship with the Little Dragon and how were forged their appearances in the legendary program.
Three important personalities have left us this year: Jesse Glover, Bob Bremer and Joe Lewis. Tommy Carruthers, student and close friend of Glover, devotes an emotional posthumous tribute. Tim Tackett reminds Bob Bremer and BLM does the same with Lewis, considered by many the best karate man of all times.
One of the biggest Bruce Lee collectors in the world, Manuel Roldán, reviews for the fans of the Little Dragon the secrets of one of the most interesting and lesser known publications: the mythical East Pictorial from Hong Kong.
Facing the 20th anniversary of Brandon Lee’s death, Jaume Carbón covers his short life, his personal relationships and a promising future that fate settled forever a March 30th, 1993.
Chris Kent, reputed JKD instructor, describes in his first article for BLM the qualities that must converge in a good guide of Bruce Lee’s art.
Richard Bustillo is one of the most important Bruce Lee students. A man appreciated by every major martial artist in the world. During his last visit to Barcelona he gave us an extensive private interview that here we offer for you all.
Speaking of The Orphan is speaking of the most mythical and unknown film made by Bruce Lee during his teenager period. The European Bruce Lee Club, after enormous efforts, has achieved that copy in a real world exclusive, something the main Bruce Lee collectors of the world have fought for without success. Marcos Ocaña reveals never before told information about this film, along with a lot of previously unpublished photographs. All of this, along with our regular sections, makes of this number an authentic jewel for any follower of the Little Dragon.
COMMENTS ON THE MAGAZINE
Linda lee: "Is a wonderful magazine".
Richard Bustillo: "I am very happy that you're doing what you're doing to preserve and to perpetuate Bruce Lee's legacy. There is no other organization that I know of like you, run very professional, bringing first generation people for us to speak to you. I salute you. Carry on the good work. We're very proud of what you're doing".
Jordi Sala (Editorial Alas): "You are doing a great job. The magazine is growing in all senses, which is result of great amount of work well done. Congratulations for that. Success is guaranteed".
José Mª Prat (introductor of Chinese Martial Arts in Spain, and in questions of Bruce Lee, also a author of few dozen books): "The magazine is exceptional. Never seen such a serious, interesting and sound job as in your magazine".
Nuria Álvarez Macías (writer and historian of Asian cinema): "Bruce Lee Manía is much more than a corner devoted to Bruce Lee. It is a place where all his universe converge under the coordinates of respect and admiration. With seriousness, all the disciplines and arts studied by him are analyzed. Its contents, supported by testimonies in first person and the variety of its participants, turn this magazine in a luxury item for the readers. Thanks to my passion for the HK cinema I could have known Bruce Lee Manía, and I can assure you that my vision of the Little Dragon has fully enriched. Congratulations".
Jack Jobe: I got the magazines. Thank you! It is a beautiful publication. I was truly impressed. I am proud to have shared my experience of "The Man". Thanks again for the opportunity.
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