Tag cloudStripgids Joost Swarte Peanuts Chris Ware Kim Duchateau Charles Burns Asterix Spirou Pieter De Poortere Wonder Woman Poster Ever Meulen Knack Hulk Seth Garfield Humo Superman Oubapo Alan Moore Robert Crumb Spider-Man Nutricia Matt Madden Calvin & Hobbes New Yorker DC Comics Neil Gaiman Jan vander Veken Scott McCloud Tintin Exhibition Watchmen Batman Adrian Tomine Suske En Wiske Art Spiegelman Smurfs Marvel Belgium Vintage Will Eisner Dan Clowes Hergé Dean Haspiel
Follow me ?
What’s inside ?
Category Archives: Stamps
Last year the Portugal Post Office issued a series of stamps celebrating classic Portuguese cartoonists. I haven’t seen the sheet myself, but from what I can gather, it’s a beauty. Sadly, shipping from Portugal is a pain. If there’s anybody … Continue reading
Pearls before Swine stars Rat and Pig try to get in on the recent US Postal Services issue featuring classic Sunday comic strip characters. Much to creator Stephan Pastis’ chagrin. (Via Cartoon Philately – Pearls Before Swine © 2011 Stephan … Continue reading
Every year, or so it seems, the Belgian Post Office issues a new set of stamps featuring Tintin. For next year, and probably meant to cash in on the release of the Secret of the Unicorn film, they are planning … Continue reading
Belgian cartoonist and illustrator François Schuiten has been quite productive lately. On January 18th, the Belgian Post Office issued a commemorative stamp on information theorist Paul Otlet (the man who wanted to classify the world, and one of the founding … Continue reading
The French Post Office announced a new set of stamps yesterday featuring illustrations from the well-loved Petit Nicolas books by author and comic writer René Goscinny and cartoonist Jean-Jacques Sempé. The stamps were launched to coincide with the premiere of … Continue reading
Norvic Philatelics announces a new issue by the Royal Mail, featuring depictions of mythical creatures by none other than Dave McKean. This set features: a unicorn, a mermaid (legends about which are very common around the UK coast and the northern … Continue reading