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Philippe Dupuy is a control freak

Even after the big exhibition about his and Charles Berbérian’s work in Angoulême was ready, festival co-président Philippe Dupuy had to make a few last-minute alterations. (translation – the original caption reads “Man sitting”, but Dupuy changed it in “No, … Continue reading

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Angouleme street art

Comics are everywhere in Angoulême.  These are just a few of the nices pieces of street art comics I saw (without really looking for them, actually) Please check out the Forbidden Planet Blog Log tomorrow for my report on today’s … Continue reading

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Angouleme – old meets new

The Angouleme Festival celebrates 50 years of venerable children’s comics Boule Et Bill with a special exhibition and balloons featuring an updated version of the boy and his dog.

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Angouleme redux

“We’ve been walking for hours already, and we’re still not at the Angoulême Comics Festival” “Well… We ARE walking against the reading direction…” Nice self-referential comic from Kim Duchateau, in De Morgen.

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Dan Zettwoch draws on cardboard

I’d been reading Dan Zettwoch‘s journal (Zettwoch’s Suitcase) for a while (and blogged about his Festivus poster) when I met him a couple of weeks ago in Angoulème. He was working at the Buenaventura Press table in the small press … Continue reading

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Angouleme Fast Food

Toon and I left for Angoulême today. We were lucky : we arrived at 5 pm, and it started snowing at 5.15. Bart got stuck in the blizzard on the N10 between Poitiers and Angoulême and only got there at … Continue reading

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