Forbidden Planet 2012

Please follow these links to the articles I’ve published in 2012 on the Forbidden Planet Blog Log:

  1. Peellaert & The Bee Gees
  2. Best Of Year – Toon Horsten (translation)
  3. 10 best of 11
  4. Counting down to Angouleme  Spiegelman speaks
  5. Counting down to Angouleme – the selection
  6. Counting down to Angouleme – the exhibitions
  7. Spiegelman conquers Angouleme
  8. Angouleme – the best of the rest
  9. Esprit BD
  10. Spiegelman in Paris
  11. Kinky & Cosey come to your screen
  12. Flemish artists rule at Nobrow
  13. How Giraud Opened my Eyes
  14. Comics month at Sterling
  15. Stripburger Works
  16. Frodo De Decker
  17. Eurocomics at the Eisners
  18. Erik De Graaf cartoons Soldaat van Oranje
  19. Boule et Bill come to the big screen
  20. Fluide Glacial goes Python
  21. Francois Schuiten’s Mood of the Past
  22. summer’s coming, time for some festivals!
  23. Schrauwen in Space
  24. Guy Delisle for Eurostar
  25. German ducks censored ?
  26. Asaf Hanuka’s Realist collected in French
  27. Tom Gauld’s Beckett’s Tintin
  28. Monsieur Hulot in the Red Monastery, and more
  29. The Diary of Stephanie
  30. Trondheim takes on science fiction
  31. š #11 announced
  32. Sushi #1 for September
  33. une autre histoire now online
  34. Bilal in Bejing
  35. Lampone at Champaka
  36. All right, mister! Draw!
  37. a Fall of Festivals
  38. Angouleme 40 – The Schedule is here
  39. Billy Bob
  40. Brecht Evens Comic Wall
  41. Best Cover Ever
  42. Rosinski gets museum in Switzerland
  43. Desert Island Comics
  44. Kuti 25
  45. Blexbolex at Arts Factory
  46. Rock the Zombies
  47. EP Jacobs biography in comics
  48. 100 years of Marten Toonder
  49. Billy Bob Shoot to Kill, in a Cuddly Way
  50. Angouleme 2013 – the shortlist
  51. 2013, The Year of Spirou
  52. Herge was gay. No he wasn’t. Who cares.
  53. Optipess will cheer down your day
  54. Best of the Year 2012 – Pieter De Poortere
  55. Wim’s 10 Best of 2012

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