9781849183659

It's a Van Goof

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  • ISBN13:

    9781849183659

  • ISBN10:

    1849183651

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-03-06
  • Publisher: Cinebook, Ltd

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Summary

To work in the same building as a walking disaster like Gomer is no picnic. Between his ‘fun' chemistry experiments and his attempts at amateur rocketry, no one is spared – co-workers, secretaries, bosses, neighbours... We also discover that he's just as dangerous outside of work: day at the beach or in the country, weekend between friends or romantic outing – there's nowhere safe from the undisputed master of the goof!


Author Biography

A Belgian cartoonist from the Golden Age of comics, André Franquin was as important and influential throughout his career as Hergé, moulding and training dozens of artists through his long years at Spirou magazine. In his 20 years at the helm of Spirou and Fantasio, creator of their fantastical friend the Marsupilami, he was also the father of one of the most beloved anti-heroes of European comics, Gaston Lagaffe, as well as the delightfully dark and sarcastic Idées Noires. As a sign of his popularity, he received the very first Grand Prix de la ville d'Angoulême in 1974.


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