A publicity strip by Franquin for the Dupuis Catalogue 1970.

Gaston: “Stroll on! You never told me the new catalogues had arrived!”

franquin:

"Say, the flowery logo is cute but could you explain it to me?
hugs and kisses, Gaston” 

I think it says “the Fleuris logo”, meaning Fleuris as a company name. As that logo really isn’t flowery at all…

franquin:

"Say, the flowery logo is cute but could you explain it to me?

hugs and kisses, Gaston” 

I think it says “the Fleuris logo”, meaning Fleuris as a company name. As that logo really isn’t flowery at all…

mii-riam-spirou:

Un voyage en papier / Travelling through paper
By Frank le Gall and Robin Doo.
And this time, I checked if it wasn’t already scanlated before!

André Franquin is a total champ in this story. I hope that’s what he was really like. mii-riam-spirou:

Un voyage en papier / Travelling through paper
By Frank le Gall and Robin Doo.
And this time, I checked if it wasn’t already scanlated before!

André Franquin is a total champ in this story. I hope that’s what he was really like. mii-riam-spirou:

Un voyage en papier / Travelling through paper
By Frank le Gall and Robin Doo.
And this time, I checked if it wasn’t already scanlated before!

André Franquin is a total champ in this story. I hope that’s what he was really like. mii-riam-spirou:

Un voyage en papier / Travelling through paper
By Frank le Gall and Robin Doo.
And this time, I checked if it wasn’t already scanlated before!

André Franquin is a total champ in this story. I hope that’s what he was really like.

mii-riam-spirou:

Un voyage en papier / Travelling through paper

By Frank le Gall and Robin Doo.

And this time, I checked if it wasn’t already scanlated before!

André Franquin is a total champ in this story. I hope that’s what he was really like.

mutalieju:

mii-riam-spirou:

Eternal duel
By Morvan, Munuera and Lerolle.
The device Spirou is holding is a G.A.G. It first appeared in the album ‘Le prisonnier du Boudda’ (The prisoner of the Buddha) by Franquin. The G.A.G. can make people float, change the weather and let plants grow quickly. In album 50: Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z) by Morvan and Munuera, the thing can also time travel.

This whole thing is basically in reference to Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z)… Which as far as I’m concerned was a fascinating trainwreck.
Nice visuals and AU’s in this one though.

In the end, the only thing I found a bit annoying about Morvan & Munuera’s stuff was the constant flogging of the Champignac-Zorglub-Flanner dead horse. Not my cup of tea, that’s all. I loved their stuff, and thought it a great refreshing change for the series, particularly in terms of visuals. mutalieju:

mii-riam-spirou:

Eternal duel
By Morvan, Munuera and Lerolle.
The device Spirou is holding is a G.A.G. It first appeared in the album ‘Le prisonnier du Boudda’ (The prisoner of the Buddha) by Franquin. The G.A.G. can make people float, change the weather and let plants grow quickly. In album 50: Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z) by Morvan and Munuera, the thing can also time travel.

This whole thing is basically in reference to Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z)… Which as far as I’m concerned was a fascinating trainwreck.
Nice visuals and AU’s in this one though.

In the end, the only thing I found a bit annoying about Morvan & Munuera’s stuff was the constant flogging of the Champignac-Zorglub-Flanner dead horse. Not my cup of tea, that’s all. I loved their stuff, and thought it a great refreshing change for the series, particularly in terms of visuals. mutalieju:

mii-riam-spirou:

Eternal duel
By Morvan, Munuera and Lerolle.
The device Spirou is holding is a G.A.G. It first appeared in the album ‘Le prisonnier du Boudda’ (The prisoner of the Buddha) by Franquin. The G.A.G. can make people float, change the weather and let plants grow quickly. In album 50: Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z) by Morvan and Munuera, the thing can also time travel.

This whole thing is basically in reference to Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z)… Which as far as I’m concerned was a fascinating trainwreck.
Nice visuals and AU’s in this one though.

In the end, the only thing I found a bit annoying about Morvan & Munuera’s stuff was the constant flogging of the Champignac-Zorglub-Flanner dead horse. Not my cup of tea, that’s all. I loved their stuff, and thought it a great refreshing change for the series, particularly in terms of visuals. mutalieju:

mii-riam-spirou:

Eternal duel
By Morvan, Munuera and Lerolle.
The device Spirou is holding is a G.A.G. It first appeared in the album ‘Le prisonnier du Boudda’ (The prisoner of the Buddha) by Franquin. The G.A.G. can make people float, change the weather and let plants grow quickly. In album 50: Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z) by Morvan and Munuera, the thing can also time travel.

This whole thing is basically in reference to Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z)… Which as far as I’m concerned was a fascinating trainwreck.
Nice visuals and AU’s in this one though.

In the end, the only thing I found a bit annoying about Morvan & Munuera’s stuff was the constant flogging of the Champignac-Zorglub-Flanner dead horse. Not my cup of tea, that’s all. I loved their stuff, and thought it a great refreshing change for the series, particularly in terms of visuals.

mutalieju:

mii-riam-spirou:

Eternal duel

By Morvan, Munuera and Lerolle.

The device Spirou is holding is a G.A.G. It first appeared in the album ‘Le prisonnier du Boudda’ (The prisoner of the Buddha) by Franquin. The G.A.G. can make people float, change the weather and let plants grow quickly. In album 50: Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z) by Morvan and Munuera, the thing can also time travel.

This whole thing is basically in reference to Aux sources du Z (The orgins of the Z)… Which as far as I’m concerned was a fascinating trainwreck.

Nice visuals and AU’s in this one though.

In the end, the only thing I found a bit annoying about Morvan & Munuera’s stuff was the constant flogging of the Champignac-Zorglub-Flanner dead horse. Not my cup of tea, that’s all. I loved their stuff, and thought it a great refreshing change for the series, particularly in terms of visuals.

(via joonboree)

mii-riam-spirou:

Gaston - the drink

By Olivier Schwartz, who also did the artwork for ‘Le groom vert-de-gris’ and ‘Le femme Leopard’.

Thanks to mutalieju for helping.

spock-variety-hour:

Howd’ja do that?
Doesn’t matter, get me outta this!

joonboree:

Benoît Brisefer/Steven Strong is just the cutest sweetest little kid, so I wanted draw something.

His comic is currently being Scanlated by commetulevois 

Steven Strong and the Red taxi Gang

I agree, little Benoît is super cute (especially this one)!

It turns out that the first four books in the series have been translated by Papercutz Comics in the USA as “Benny Breakiron" (they’ve also translated some of the Smurf books, but I prefer Anthea Bell & Derek Hockridge's translations of those).

I’ve currently scanlated up to page 45 of The Red Taxi Gang (so plenty more pages to upload in the meantime!). Should I carry on?