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Suske en Wiske Dubbeldik – Comic Book Review

Suske en Wiske Dubbeldik – Comic Book Review

This summer, Standaard Uitgeverij treats us to a big Suske and Wiske summer issue, ‘Dubbeldik’ (twice as thick). This name already suggests twice as much fun, but it gets even better: there are no... Read More »

Site Score
7.7
Suske en Wiske # 330 De Fabuleuze Freak – Comic Book Review

Suske en Wiske # 330 De Fabuleuze Freak – Comic Book Review

In this new album, it’s not Suske and Wiske, but Jerom who takes the lead. What starts off as an ordinary domestic quarrel, ends with Jerom feeling let down by his friends and taking a job in a circ... Read More »

Site Score
8.1
De Smurfen: 100 Smurfmopjes om zelf te lezen – Comic Book Review

De Smurfen: 100 Smurfmopjes om zelf te lezen – Comic Book Review

The Smurfs (De Smurfen or Les Schtroumpfs) saw the light in 1958, thanks to the creativity of Peyo (Pierre Culliford). After more than fifty years The Smurfs are still going at it, be it in illustrate... Read More »

Site Score
7.0
De Rode Ridder #246 Dodendans – Comic Book Review

De Rode Ridder #246 Dodendans – Comic Book Review

If the last two issues weren’t already hectic enough, Johan is back in the saddle again to protect the innocent and slay the villains. Due to the fact that Marc Legendre and Claus take turns in writ... Read More »

Site Score
8.5
Amoras #5 Wiske – Comic Book Review

Amoras #5 Wiske – Comic Book Review

It’s been a while since we last visited the island of Amoras, where Suske, Wiske and Lambik ended up in the future, in a world that is pretty much falling apart. Amoras is the base of operations of ... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
Commodore Amiga: A Visual Commpendium – Book Review

Commodore Amiga: A Visual Commpendium – Book Review

The Commodore Amiga, a home computer that was born in the mid eighties, that had amazing graphical prowess compared to home consoles that were barely able to squeeze out their ‘8 bits’, might be a... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
De Kiekeboes #142 Tot op de Bodem – Comic Book Review

De Kiekeboes #142 Tot op de Bodem – Comic Book Review

Marcel Kiekeboe and his family, created by Merho, first appeared in Flemish newspapers in 1977 and over the years, their popularity has only grown. This resulted in their own play, ‘Baas boven baas... Read More »

Site Score
7.3
Nero De Premières #3 Meneer Pheip: De Zwarte Voeten – Comic Book Review

Nero De Premières #3 Meneer Pheip: De Zwarte Voeten – Comic Book Review

Nero is a comic book character, very well known in Flanders, who appeared in Flemish newspapers almost continuously between 1951 and 2002. His creator, Marc Sleen, started out with a few comic books a... Read More »

Site Score
8.8
Suske en Wiske #329 Suskewiet – Comic Book Review

Suske en Wiske #329 Suskewiet – Comic Book Review

Suske and Wiske are a duo well known throughout Belgium, who even saw the light in other countries. Of course, their names were altered to Bob et Bobette, Spike and Suzy or Willy and Wanda, but the ov... Read More »

Site Score
8.0
J.Rom: Force of Gold #2 Helder – Comic Book Review

J.Rom: Force of Gold #2 Helder – Comic Book Review

We ended the review of the first issue of J.Rom: Force of Gold with the prediction the second volume would start off with a bang. Well, it’s eerie that our prediction came through. This means we wou... Read More »

Site Score
8.2
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