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Tag Archives: Gaston Lagaffe
In the seventies Franco-belgian comics magazines like Spirou hardly contained any advertising, except maybe for their own album series or for the odd record player. Content mattered then as more than as a buffer between commercial messages. And in case … Continue reading
A quick note for our English readers – as of today you will from time to time come across reviews of comics in Dutch. Now is a good time to learn the language 😉 In 1957 deed een nogal slungelig … Continue reading
I’m on some kind of a diet for the moment. So I’m not at all surprised (even though I’m a bit miffed about it) that I see comics-branded sweets all over town now. But I still take pictures of them.
In his regular strip series Les P’tits Monstres (The Little Monsters), French cartoonist Thierry Martin just posted this great hommage to everybody’s favorite office clerk, Gaston Lagaffe. Anybody who’s regularly among kids that have a steady videogames-comics-cartoons diet, will totally … Continue reading
Vincent Rif does not have a high opinion about our new Prime Minister Yves Leterme on his first foreign mission since accepting office. If you don’t get the reference, check here.
(photo © Marc Goldchstein, published in De Morgen Magazine, september 15 – via my mom)