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Brussels: Decorating Buildings With Our Favourite Comics

Belgium, the country that has the highest rate of comic book authors per square mile. From the Adventures of Tintin by Hergé (Georges Prosper Remi) to the Smurfs by Peyo (Pierre Culliford), most of our favourite childhood comic book characters came from the small country of Belgium. 201 more words


The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn

I am a massive fan of the Tintin comics. I appreciate them for their intriguing adventures coupled with some great comic art and light-hearted humor. I am also a fan of some of the characters. 603 more words

Tintin in Tibet

Last night, against the duty of handing in paper by midnight, I opened a digital book I had downloaded; Tintin in Tibet, and its first page was put on my reddish screen. 506 more words

Return of Red Rackham

Ahoy Mateys
The Unicorn sails
Fer’ once again in the pirate’s name.

Red feathered hat floats with the blighter
Batten down your hatches
The original Buccaneer is here… 68 more words



When it comes to exploring the city, I’m very lucky that there are taxis everywhere, and that the price is always the same – 1,000 CFA (about $1.50). 600 more words

Rich Tommaso Tackles Anthropomorphic Espionage in SPY SEAL [Interview]

When cartoonist Rich Tommaso (She Wolf) posted a drawing of “Spy Seal” on Facebook last year, the internet went wild.¬† 1,171 more words

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