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De Platenspeler – Comic Book Review

De Platenspeler – Comic Book Review

Eugène Ysaÿe is probably the most famous Belgian violinist in history. The Belgian queen Elisabeth took violin lessons with him, and even named a competition after him, namely the Eugène Ysaÿe Int... Read More »

Site Score
8.5
Golden Dogs #4 VIER – Comic Book Review

Golden Dogs #4 VIER – Comic Book Review

It’s odd that human beings do not like to be robbed, yet we often sympathize with master thieves in movies, books or games, because they often steal for the right reasons, or are simply extremely ch... Read More »

Site Score
7.8
Kinky & Cosy Compilatie – Comic Book Review

Kinky & Cosy Compilatie – Comic Book Review

Kinky & Cosy have just passed our editorial office and we are already able to present you another issue of this mischievous duo. This time we had the chance to wade through the many pages of a com... Read More »

Site Score
8.2
Kinky & Cosy #2 – Comic Book Review

Kinky & Cosy #2 – Comic Book Review

Whilst Kinky & Cosy might sound like two of the local prostitutes, they will provide another kind of amusement, namely small gags. These two, rather unappealing children, will often find themselve... Read More »

Site Score
7.0
De Nar – Comic Book Review

De Nar – Comic Book Review

Jesters, the medieval versions of a clown, are often portrayed as small little hobbit-like human beings who have the impossible task of making an evil dictator or a fat swine of a king laugh. If they ... Read More »

Site Score
9.1
Het Bloed van Lafaards De Slager – Comic Book Review

Het Bloed van Lafaards De Slager – Comic Book Review

The 17th century, often called the Golden Age, was a time where trading alliances were formed and many colonies were established. For many this age was truly the beginning of various ways of life that... Read More »

Site Score
7.0
14-18 Missie Alaska Melun, Lente 1915 – Comic Book Review

14-18 Missie Alaska Melun, Lente 1915 – Comic Book Review

We often see the global image of what war does to people, especially those who are not able to protect themselves. Due to this we tend to forget that the soldiers fighting at the front are ordinary pe... Read More »

Site Score
6.6
Silas Corey Het Zarkoff-Testament 1/2 – Comic Book Review

Silas Corey Het Zarkoff-Testament 1/2 – Comic Book Review

Whilst private eyes in reality often have cases where they have to spy on a suspicious acting boyfriend or some minor investigatory cases, movies and comic books often portray these inspectors as supe... Read More »

Site Score
9.3
De Kiekeboes #143 De Truken van Defhoor

De Kiekeboes #143 De Truken van Defhoor

A comic book about a video game, that’s about all we lacked here at 3rd-stirke.com. But now even that has changed as we meet Marcel Kiekeboe and his boss, trapped in the virtual world of King Crap, ... Read More »

Site Score
6.9
De Smurfen #34 De Smurfenheld

De Smurfen #34 De Smurfenheld

These days it’s hard to imagine a world without the Smurfs. They are everywhere: comic books, tv series, films, video games, you name it, they’ve been there, be it in a drawn version or a 3D one. ... Read More »

Site Score
7.5
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