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Monthly Archives: October 2011
On November 2-27 Toronto comics emporium The Beguiling is throwing an art show and auction, Toronto Draws Tintin, to support the Canadian Comic Legends Legal Defense Fund. Canadian cartoonists of all plumage contribute their rendition of Hergé’s quiffed hero, which is … Continue reading
Supermaker by Filipino cartoonist Andrew Drilon is a short story that makes a nice little twist on the all-encompassing universe shake-ups that seem to be the only thing that keep comics going these days. Except that in these 12 pages, … Continue reading
Derek Van Gieson is currently running a quite lovely Moomin pastiche / hommage / satire on his These Days I Remain webcomic blog.
Nounouche, Maître Nageur, a very vintage comic book from 1953 (story and art by André Durst) is now in its entirety available thanks to Agence Euréka.
I know Tintin can sometimes use some heating up, but this is, indeed, a fail. (via Failblog)
Judging from the recent barrage of posters and imagery in the Brussels Thalys station, it’s not hard to guess which railway Tintin is using to get around (if he’s not using a motorcycle, a jeep, a rowing boat or an … Continue reading
This delightful unofficial titel sequence for the upcoming Adventures of Tintin movies was created by James Curran and includes references to all Tintin books, from Pays des Soviets to L’Alph-Art. Splendid stuff !