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Poesia Sin Fin, the new visual masterpiece of Chilean octogenarian maverick Alejandro Jodorowski, is ready to conquer the globe. The film had an enormously well-received avant-premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in June, and premiered officially...

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Where to go when you’re off the British Isles? Worry no more! October hasn’t even started yet when the German city of Hamburg is taken over by the tenth edition of its Comicfestival (September 29th...

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It’s less than 150 days to go before the last weekend of January, that fabled time when the city of Angoulême in the South-West of France becomes even more of a blessed haven for comics...

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From our continental correspondent – Dolores

September 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

With the current onslaught of superhero movies in either the Marvel or DC universes, you would be easily excused to not have noticed a quite different film, also based on a comic book, that was...

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Even though the weather’s often nicer in the summer, comics festivals seem to come back to life in September. All across Europe, comics fans come back out in the open to celebrate their favorite medium....

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It was a strange morning for Flemish creator Tom Bouden earlier this week, when internet contacts alerted him of the fact that he was the subject of a heated controversy in Columbia, on the other...

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In 1991 Bonelli, the most prominent comics publisher in Italy, started a new series to complement its Westerns series, like Tex and Zagor, or the modern mysteries of Dylan Dog. Nathan Never would be its first...

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It’s going to be a hefty fall in Paris, comics-wise. From October 25th onwards, the Paris Musée des Arts et Métiers (Museum of Art and Industry) will host a special exhibition, Machines A Dessiner, about the comics work...

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On his website, Flemish artist Wouter Mannaert has made the announcement of his next project, a biography of American photographer, Arthur Fellig, better known as Weegee (one of my photography heroes – Editor). Largely recognised as one of...

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Following up on our report on exciting comics  coming up in the Netherlands, two new such projects were announced in the past few weeks. Building on the success of his comics biography of old master...

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