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As the international row about alleged racism in Tintin in the Congo seem to be quietly dying down, a Congolese man has pressed formal charges against Moulinsart, which manages the rights to the work of...

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The Belgian Red Cross is preparing a comic book to create awareness about the consequences of migration, Belgian weekly Le Vif reports. Belgium is still a favourite destination for Congolese citizens who want to try...

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The French comics webzine Coconino World is always a safe haven for the lover of exquisite contemporary and vintage cartoon art. Every month, exclusive new strips and carefully scanned old to very old material are...

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Stripburger, the respected anthology magazine for comics and strips from Eastern Europe, is calling all women cartoonists and comics creators to contribute to their 46th issue. This issue will be published in early October, coinciding...

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When she published Hic Sunt Leones in 2004 (English language edition the following year – Joe), Ria Schulpen completed one of the most impressive and ambitious projects ever. Hic Sunt Leones was an overview of...

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Coinciding with the Wimbledon tennis tournament that’s well under way right now (except when it is raining, which is a lot – Joe), Asterix fans are invited to take part in a tournament of their...

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Today we have a very special feature for you in the form of an interview with one of the most influential figures in European comics, Raymond Leblanc, a man who has worked with some of...

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At this year’s Annecy Animation Festival, no less than seven Flemish animators were selected to present their work. One of them could not go: Roman Klochkov, who is of Cazach origin, fears he will be...

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New Asterix trailer up

June 18, 2007 | 0 Comments

The trailer for the new Asterix film, Asterix and The Olympic Games, featuring Albert Uderzo and Rene Goscinny’s immortal and internationally beloved characters, has been made available online, although is seems to be more of...

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An interesting follow-up here from Kenny’s post on the tantalising prospect of possible new Corto Maltese stories we posted about back in January: according to the French literary monthly Lire, new adventures are in store...

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