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The House of Comics (La Maison de La Bande Dessinée) in Brussels has whipped together a nice little exhibition on seventy years of the fabled Spirou Magazine, one of the three journals (together with Tintin...

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We reported previously about the new Blake And Mortimer album being accompanied by a real media frenzy, especially in francophone Europe. Newspapers and other news outlets were tripping over one another in order to attach...

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In its Hors Série collection Les Inrocks 2, French rock magazine Les Inrockuptibles (which is a bit like Mojo or Rolling Stone, only more, well, French) published a list of one hundred indispensable comics according...

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We reported earlier on an exhibition that linked comics and visual arts in the Netherlands. It would seem that it’s caught on, because since then two similar initiatives were launched. The Jan Cunen Museum in...

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Their creator, Edgar P. Jacobs, may have passed away a long time ago now, but Blake and Mortimer still live on. And while it may pass virtually unnoticed in the world at large, in BD-land...

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Dutch literary publisher Podium is planning to launch a new literary magazine which will be completely devoted to the graphic novel and the better comic, book blog De Papier Man announces. This new periodical comes...

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On March the 14th and 15th the fourth Comics Festival of the Spanish city of Castellón will take place, an organisation of the Universitat Jaume I and the collectives Fanzone and Freaks in Black, with...

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The Belgian Ministry of Economics is launching a campaign against consumer fraud this month. This campaign is Belgian’s contribution to Fraud Prevention Month, an international action organized by ICPEN, the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement...

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Burma, or Myanmar as it likes to be called these days, is one of the dark spots on the world map at the moment. An important reason for this is its violent dictatorial regime running...

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In the German National Library in Frankfurt an exhibition has been organized about the history of German comics in the 20th Century. Still running until the 24th of May, “Comics Made In Germany” takes a...

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