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What happens if you cross the storylines (and covers) of two of the most iconic of all Franco-Belgian comics ? Blake & Mortimer vs Tintin, that’s what !
I adore comics that refer to other comics, and preferably in a very disrespectful-but-still-loving way. This page on why the Marsupilami rules the Franco-Belgian comic waves, was published in Spirou 3684, and was created by Tébo (short for Frédéric Thébault), … Continue reading
One of the first posts I ever did for this blog in its current format, was about the illustrations Johan De Moor made for the Belgopocket in 2005, and how he used his father Bob De Moor’s character Balthazar in … Continue reading