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Flemish cartoonist Tom Bouden, best known for his series of gay comics, recently published a quite lovely album called “Paniek in Stripland” (Panic in Comic Land). It’s a book that pays hommage to everything that made classic Flemish comics great, … Continue reading
Jef Nys made this illustration in 1996 for a campaign about media awareness that the Flemish catholic weekly Kerk en Leven was organizing. Remark how this was before the internet (or PC’s for that matter) invaded the living room. This … Continue reading
During his formative years, Jef Nys did a lot of work for the Flemish satirical right-wing weekly ‘t Pallieterke. He provided illustrations for film reviews, like the one above (more after the break) and political cartoons, like the one above … Continue reading
Yesterday I wrote about Jef Nys being turned down by the Disney Studios and eventually creating one of the most succesful comic series in Belgium. Before that, however, Nys experimented with styles and influences. The illustrations on this page are … Continue reading