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In 1985, clear line powerhouse Ted Benoit (who sadly passed away last year), had already published his first Ray Banana graphic novel, Berceuse électrique, and was preparing the second one, Cité Lumière, for the next year (Benoit famously said that a book every year … Continue reading
In the October 14 issue of Spirou Magazine, Clear line cartoonist, and one time Blake and Mortimer artist Ted Benoit morphs famed characters Spirou and Fantasio into his own creations, private eye Ray Banana and his femme de chambre Thelma … Continue reading
This morning I opened Vacature, the job ads supplement to my newspaper, and this ad for consultancy firm CapGemini, featuring art by Ted Benoit, immediately caught my eye. I think it’s quite remarkable, since Benoit isn’t known to do that … Continue reading