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Annick Pellegrin

The character Spirou, hero of the bande dessinée series Spirou et Fantasio and figurehead of the Franco-Belgian magazine Spirou , was created in 1938 by Frenchman Rob-Vel at the request of the then entirely Belgian publisher Dupuis. As a

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Kenan Kocak and Guy Delisle

Guy Delisle was born in Canada’s Quebec City in 1966. He studied animation at Sheridan College in Oakville, near Toronto, and has worked for animation companies in Canada, France, Germany, China and North Korea. His comics career started at L’Association, where from 1995 onwards he contributed to the French periodical Lapin, whilst also working on the Canadian magazine Spoutnik. Delisle is also an active animator strongly associated with Dupuis-Audiovisuel. He has just finished the third volume of his current series, Le Guide du mauvais père [A Users Guide to Neglectful Parenting], which will be available in January 2015.

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Spirou's Origin Myth and Family Romances

The Domestication of Adventure in the New Adventure Comic

Cristina Álvares

and Gos, Panade à Champignac (Marcinelle: Dupuis, 1969). On the antinomy home-adventure in these albums, see Benoît Peeters, Les Bijoux ravis (Brussels: Les Impressions Nouvelles, 2015); Cristina Álvares, ‘Le Destin du héros n'est plus la famille

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Coming of Age Through Bande dessinée

An Interview with Michel Kichka

Fransiska Louwagie and Simon Lambert

); Tibet, Chick Bill (Bruxelles: Lombard. Pre-published in Tintin magazine from 1954); Morris, Lucky Luke (Marcinelle: Dupuis. Pre-published in Tintin magazine from 1947). 5 Albert Weinberg, Dan Cooper (Bruxelles: Lombard. Pre-published in

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Flemish Comics versus Communist Atheism

Renaat Demoen’s Au pays de la grande angoisse (1950–1951)

Philippe Delisle

Catholic right wing, whose aversion to Communism had become all the more acute during a period when the dawning of the Cold War was fuelling their anxieties. For example, the star artist Jijé – who worked for Dupuis, the publishers of Spirou – decided to

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Raphaël Baroni

Spirale du temps (1980). © Dupuis. Figure 9 … with overlapping time frames. Roger Leloup, Le matin du monde (1988), cover. © Dupuis. la BD est un imaginaire graphique. Mais il faut postuler que chaque média a le sien et qu’il existe par conséquent

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Nicolas Martinez

complexity of the comics, including reproductions of original illustrations, photographs, and engravings, as peritexts in almost all of the albums. In recent years, the Belgian publisher of the series Les Tuniques bleues , Dupuis, developed a rich range of

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Tradition and Innovation in Franco-Belgian Bande dessinée

Fransiska Louwagie and Simon Lambert

decried 48cc format as discussed in Jan Baetens, ‘Marcel Proust en 48cc’, Marcel Proust Aujourd'hui 9, no. 9 (2012), 173–183, . 13 Émile Bravo, Spirou: Le Journal d'un ingénu (Marcinelle: Dupuis, 2008); Yann

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We Were There

Rethinking Truth with Midiativistas in Rio de Janeiro

Raffaella Fryer-Moreira

time. On the other hand, the intimate images that midiativistas recorded of protestor resistance were only possible because of the relations of trust that they had established with the ‘black blocks’ 3 ( Dupuis-Deri 2014 ) who led the retaliation