Tag Archives: Bob De Moor

More comics in Shanghai

As I said in my previous post, at the Belgian Pavillion at the World Expo in Shanghai, comics are presented as one of the key parts of Belgian culture and Belgium’s contribution to the world.  Hergé is listed among the … Continue reading

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The Great Reunion

With the death of Jacques Martin last week, another celebrated member of the legendary Hergé studios has gone.  Régric, the artist who drew the most recent book in Martin’s Lefranc series, pays hommage to Martin by showing his arrival in … Continue reading

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The Parliament of Comics

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

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A cartoonist’s fate

In 1979, when Tintin celebrated his 50th birthday, Casterman published a small booklet in which Hergé explained how he and his team went about creating the quiffed one’s adventures.  As an example, they used the fabled page 22b from Tintin … Continue reading

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It was 25 years ago today

When I started listening to rock music in the early eighties, Belgian music ruled the airwaves (in Belgium, at least). All of a sudden, we had bands like Luna Twist, Allez Allez, Toy, The Bet, Red Zebra and TC Matic, … Continue reading

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Johan De Moor shows the way

Since this blog is something of a continuation of my Yahoo Group, i’ve decided to post some stuff from time to time that has made the rounds there. I’ll try to limit myself to stuff that’s fairly public domain. To … Continue reading

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