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Translations: Gintama 507 (2)
Have you read any of them before or just know the movie/tv series?
Have you read them all ? I don't remember where I put this cool video showing a sphere transforming in all Tintin albums. Pribably in the French thread.
For Asterix buy only the ones writen by Gosciny. One may go until Asterix and Sheherazade after that it is a waste of money. And aren't you to old for Titeuf :-)
That makes me think they made a movie of Boule et Bill. I prefer not know what kind of calamity was made with it....
Just by curiosity why do you write Tintin with 2 words ? Is it like that in English ?
And it was already in this thread but I repost it nonetheless:
Thanks for sharing the video! I think it was due to ignorance, I apologize.
No need to apologize it's not really a serious issue :-)
Thanks for the heads up. Nobody is too old for Titeuf, the tv series is actually quite nice to watch too; a cool slice of life-type. Reminds me of Crayon Shin-chan.
Boule et Bill, I'm familiar with but not greatly. By film, you mean live-action/adaption?
I think my favorite Tintin are the 3 double albums ones. I was a bit sad that, in the animation, there is nothing of the treasure hunt but I guess they couldn't put everything.
My favorite Asterix is probably Asterix légionnaire.
For Boule et Bill I guess you can call it a live action. I don't think it is an adaptation since the comic is a one page gag. The critics are terrible.
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I think I'll get the next batch today, it's been too long. That's the problem with trying to fit 2 books in one and making it a smooth transition; you have to get rid of a few things.
I've actually read/and we used to have that particular book at home. It's also one of my favourites. Always loved the adventures with Romans and Caesar.
I especially like the egyptian guide who speaks in hieroglyphs :-) There is a similar joke with the language in la grande traversee. When they meet the viking they can't understand each other because they don't put the / and the o on the good letters whereas Idefix and the other dog immediately find the trick
Those are jokes I find very clever. ironically Mangakas can do similar things with the kanjis and furiganas which are unfortunately lost by us.
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I want to see the movie!
I honestly don't remember which one(/s) I enjoyed the most :'C My memory isn't very sharp in that aspect. What are yours?
This week I bought a very strange book. This is the cover:
it starts on page 7
I didn't torn the pages, it's like that from the start:
Marc Antoine Mathieu is one of my favourite French comics author. He puts the fourth wall behind the ultimate limits. In his previous album, his work was a mix between digital and paper medium. This time everything is about the book, even the table of content is part of the story. It's quite sad that this author is not known outside of France :-( In the same time I find myself lucky to be French.
That sounds very interesting. What is the book called and what's the story about?