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Tag Archives: Plunk
What better way to start off the new year with a seasonal cartoon by Luc Cromheecke, featuring our all-time favourite alien, Plunk ? (cartoon © Luc Cromheecke)
I think it’s quite safe now to start reposting Christmas cards. Plunk creator Luc Cromheecke put this one on his blog. Nice ! (Plunk © Luc Cromheecke)
Indeed, in Holland, they drown their fries in mayonnaise – see the soundbite below. But apparently they’re also keen on different condiments, as this cover by Luc Cromheecke for a future issue of the Dutch comic magazine Eppo illustrates.
Every saturday, S. takes tennis lessons. That means that D. has to find something to kill the time while he waits until the hour is over. And so he created a comic featuring his favorite character, Luc Cromheecke’s Plunk, and … Continue reading
Belgian comics magazine Spirou celebrates its seventieth birthday, and Plunk creator Luc Cromheecke celebrates this with a cartoon which is totally him !
Can’t get enough of this… (Plunk © Cromheecke)
Two legends of Belgian comics united in one photo – what are the odds of that. Inspired by the revolving Star sign on the Mercedes-Benz headquarters building (read more about that here), the Tintin sign has graced the Lombard building … Continue reading
Hilarious ! (From PlunkBlog)
Plunk is the bomb ! Read more about it on the Forbidden Planet blog, earlier.