Forbidden Planet 2013

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Please follow these links to the articles I’ve published in 2013 on the Forbidden Planet Blog Log:

  1. Get to know Young Albert
  2. World of Dik
  3. 2 great new books for February
  4. The House Of Suicides
  5. Angou a la tele
  6. What’s new in the mainstream
  7. A Very Late Happy New Year From Monsieur Hulot
  8. To bad dads everywhere
  9. All’s well for Ever Meulen
  10. A Moving Story by Ruppert and Mulot
  11. White Cube made my festival
  12. A Shadowgraphic history
  13. Dr. Brillenschnitzel is adequately strange
  14. Panorama
  15. Apple bans French comics from app store
  16. Francois Schuiten curates his legacy
  17. Much to see in Aix-en-Provence
  18. You Too Can Be Part Of A Comic
  19. Hergé’s grave still well-tended
  20. Spirou gets all modern and stuff
  21. Comics in Belgium? Political turmoil!
  22. The arts in comics
  23. Anke Feuchtenberger exhibition in Paris
  24. RIP Fred Funcken
  25. More art and comics
  26. Stripburger 61 is here
  27. The Helsinki Comics festival wants you
  28. Lifestrips goes analogue
  29. Mox Nox don’t need no translation‏
  30. New Winschluss
  31. Mark Borgions’ New Clip Is Excellent
  32. Smurfs’ Town remains Blue
  33. The Naked Lunch by Miguel Angel Martin
  34. Lapo Loves Paris
  35. The Toonder Prize Is No More
  36. RIP, Christian Moser
  37. La Ligne Claire in the Basel Cartoon Museum
  38. La Rentrée (Part 1)
  39. Spirou In Brussels
  40. David B hommaged
  41. Translation Please : Abimes
  42. The Alternative Life of Maurice Tillieux
  43. Kissing Can Be Dangerous
  44. Slechte Meisjes come to Secret Acres
  45. Free digital comics from Le Lombard
  46. A Study Of Rocks
  47. Angoulême poster revealed
  48. A Spirou Theme Park ? In France!
  49. Benny Breakiron To the Movies
  50. Translation please : Motherkillers
  51. Jan vander Veken collected
  52. Floc’h collected
  53. Beautiful Books From Spirou And Tintin
  54. The New Astérix is not the Old Asterix
  55. Probably the book of the year : Jeroen Janssen’s Doel
  56. Gravity Zero
  57. New Max – ’nuff said!
  58. Best of 2013 : Toon Horsten
  59. Neuvième Art 2.0 goes mobile
  60. Official Selection Angoulême 2014
  61. Best of 2013 : Rob Croonenborghs
  62. Tati for Berluti
  63. Best of 2013 : Benjamin Roure
  64. Best Of 2013 : Pieter De Poortere
  65. Not comics : the illustrated history of Belgium
  66. Best of 2013 : Felipe H. Navarro
  67. Best Of 2013 : Pamela Pianezza

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