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On May 22, Belgium’s best known if not most-beloved cartoonist would have celebrated his one hundredth birthday. George Rémi, better known as Hergé, was born in 1907 and there’s not a soul in the country...

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It’s getting mighty crowded in the Belgian comics events scene. First you had the “official” Comics Center (BCB/CBBD), offering an overview of the history of Belgian comics, a well-stocked collection of original art and quite...

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As Didier Pasamonik reports on Actua BD, the fact that Ségolène Royal may become the next (and first woman) president of the French Republic, meets with scepticism and concern in an unexpected area: the publishers...

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This week our Continental Correspondent Wim Lockefeer from the Ephemerist blog talks us through a couple of recent graphic novel albums which were much-anticipated in Europe; without further ado, I’ll hand you over to Wim:...

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Welcome to the second of our new ongoing posts From Our Continental Corresponent, Wim Lockefeer. Wim has been discussing comics in Belgium and elsewhere for some time and runs his own blog, the Ephemerist (he...

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From our Continental Correspondent

April 5, 2007 | 4 Comments

We’ve been very lucky here at the FPI blog – the more we have tried to expand our range (both in the webstore’s graphic novels and in terms of stories covered here) to include news...

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