European Comics on the Web

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This is an overview of pointers to information on European comics (in French: bandes dessinées) that has been made available on the web. This site contains several sections:

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Baard & Kale: see Tif & Tondu
Babel
A Greek comics magazine which publishes both Greek and international comics (in Greek).
Bacon & Ägg
A Swedish comics magazine featuring Bacon & Ägg, Cordon Bleu, Herman Hedning, Hieronymus Borsch, James Hund, Jan Milou, Kommissarie Barskebäck and Röde Hund.
Bakelandt by Hec Leemans
A Flemish comic set in the Napoleonic era when Flanders was occupied by France. You can read more about this comic on the sites of author Hec Leemans, Etienne Borgers and publisher Standaard Uitgeverij (in Dutch).
Balade au Bout du Monde by Pierre Makyo and Laurent Vicomte
Some information about this comic can be found on the site of De Zilveren Dolfijn (in Dutch).
Bamse by Rune Andréasson
A comics series for kids about the world's strongest bear. Information about it is supplied by Anders Mårtensson and Charlotta Kreützfeldt (in Swedish), Anna-Lena and Swedart (in Swedish),
Barbarella by Jean-Claude Forest
The comic which was the inspiration Roger Vadim's 1968 movie with the same name. Information about this comic can be found on Jean-Marc Lofficier's Barbarella page.
Barbe Rouge by Victor Hubinon and Jean-Michel Charlier
Adventures of a pirate with a red beard who has become famous as a parody in Asterix. People and organizations with information about this comic are Françoise and Yves Parrat (in French) and Stéphane Rivière (in French). Latest addition: Piet Bakker (in Dutch).
Barelli by Bob de Moor
Aventures of a theater actor. You can take a look at Kimmo Lakoma's Barelli page (in Finnish).
Les aventures de Basil & Victoria by Edith and Yann
The story of two orphans in the streets of London at the end of the last century. Read the general introduction by Jocelyn Legault.
Batti
An online Dutch comics magazine with among others the story about the Coffee Can Man (in Dutch).
La Bataille des Ardennes by Willy Vasseur
A historical comic which presents the final fights of World War II at the mainland of Europe.
Benoît Brisefer by Peyo (Pierre Culliford) and others
The stories about the strong boy that looses his strength when he catches a cold. Once drawn by Walthery (creator of Natasja) and his teacher Peyo (from the Smurfs). The current authors are Pascal Garry and Thierry Culliford. The following people and organizations supply information about this comic: Comicradioshow (in German), Erik Tjong Kim Sang, the official Smurf site (in French) and Willy De Groof.
Bibi Fricotin by R. Lortac and Pierre Lacroix
A old comic (started in 1924!) with the adventures of a European and an African boy. It is similar to Sjors & Sjimmie. Some information about it is supplied by Jean-Marc Lofficier.
Bidochons by Christian Binet
You can read something about this French comic and its author on the web pages of Efpé (in French), Maurice Doury (in French) and Nicolas Szlosek (in French).
Bidouille & Violette by Bernard Hislaire
A romantic story. Read general information about the comic or view a page with sub-titles (2x60 and 1x120kB inline images). You can also take a look at the pages of Françoise et Yves Parrat (in French).
Biebel by Ikke
Information about this Dutch comic about a small kid can be found on the pages of Willy De Groof. Latest additions: comic shop Lambiek, RJ Langenberg (in Dutch), publisher Standaard Strips (in Dutch) and Tim Rombouts (in Dutch).
Bild & Bubbla
Information about this Swedish comics magazine can be found on the site of Johan Blixt (in Swedish).
Billy Biever by Rex
A weekly Dutch online comic with the adventures of a beaver (in Dutch).
Billy the Cat by Colman and Stephen Desberg
A comics series about a boy who has reincarnated as a cat. You can read more about it on the site of Parnass magazine (in German).
Blake & Mortimer by Edgar Pierre Jacobs
Famous French detective comic. You can read something about it on the pages of Françoise and Yves Parrat: [1], [2] and [3] (in French). Latest additions: Jean-Luc Martin (in French) and Scotch (in French).
De blauwbloezen: see Les Tuniques Bleues
Blueberry by Moebius (Jean Giraud)
Information about Blueberry can be found on the pages of Gert Beumer and Kimmo Lakoma (in Finnish). There is information on the author Moebius by Teemu Mäkinen and Yoshihito Nagai (in Japanese).
Bob & Bobette: see Suske & Wiske
Bob Morane by Coria and Jean-Luc Vernal
You can find information on Bob Morane and the authors on the official site (in French) and on pages supplied by Eman (in Dutch). The first editions of this comic were drawn by William Vance. Latest addition: Johnny Hart (in French).
Bob Surfer by Stoon, Rezk and MC2
An online French comic about the adventures of a cybersurfer (in French).
Bobo: see Jaap
Bollie & Billie: see Boule & Bill
Le Boss by Bercovici
This comic series presents the daily life of a comic magazine editor (in French).
Boule & Bill by Roba
Short stories about the boy Boule and his dog Bill. You can find information about this comic on the pages of Willy De Groof [1] and [2].
Broussaille by Michel de Bom and Frank
You can take a look at a Dutch album cover and a wall painting in Brussels of this comic about a dreamy urban teenager. Loleck supplies information about author Frank (in French).
Bruce J. Hawker by William Vance and André-Paul Duchâteau
Information about this adventurous comic can be found on the sites of Bdcovers (in French), Gustaf Lööv (in Swedish), Jérôme Arnould (in French) and Wallbd.
Bruno Brazil by Greg and William Vance
A comic about the secret service Commando Caïman which is headed by Bruno Brazil. You can read something about it on the pages of Jérôme Arnould (in French), Kimmo Lakoma (in Finnish) and Petr Rada (in French).
Buck Danny by Victor Hubinon
Adventures of an American air force officer. Visit the sites of Bdparadisio (in French), publisher Dupuis (in French), Jérôme Arnould (in French), Passionbd (in French) and Poilaunez (in French).
Buddy Longway by Derib
Gert Beurmer has a page about this westren comic.

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Canardo by Benoît Sokal
A duck cartoon for adults. You can find information about Canardo and author Sokal on the pages of Etienne Borgers, Kimmo Lakoma (in Finnish), Sebastiaan Klink, Teemu Mäkinen and Ulf Lunde.
El Capitán Trueno by Víctor Mora
A comic about mediaevel times which is very popular in Spain (in Spanish).
Carnet de Voyage by Loustal
A French comic. More information about this French comic can be found on the site of author Loustal (in French) and on Jan de Waal's Virtual Loustal Museum (in Dutch and French).
Cartland by Laurence Harlé and Michel Blanc Dumont
A westren comic. You can read something about it on the pages of Jérôme Arnould (in French).
Cat Claw by Bane Kerac
A Yugoslavian superhero comic. You can take a look at the fan page by Ivar Manfred.
Cédric by Laudec and Raoul Cauvin
A series about a little boy. Some information about it can be found at BD oubliées (in French). Latest addition: Pol-Henri Lebrun (in French).
Chick Bill by Tibet
Tibet's westren comic. Information on this comic is supplied by Willy De Groof.
Chlorophylle by Raymond Macherot
Adventures of a little mouse. Information about this comic and its author can be found on the pages of BD.net (in French), Kees Buis (in Dutch), comics shop Lambiek, Piet Bakker (in Dutch), Willy De Groof (in Dutch) and De Zilveren Dolfijn (in Dutch).
De Chninkel: see Le Grand Pouvoir du Chninkel
Chroniques de la Lune Noire by Froideval, Olivier Ledroit and Cyril Pontet
Information about this science fiction comic can be found on the pages of le Club BD (in French).
Chris Carella by Giancarlo Malagutti, Sergio Zaniboni and Manlio Truscia
Information on this Italian comic can be found on the official site.
Les Cités Obscures by François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters
There is an official site dedicated to Les Cités Obscures (in French). Furthermore you can read something about this comic on the pages of Antoine Brenner, Eilko Bronsema and R. Klaase.
Claire by Jan van Die, Wilbert Plijnaar and Robert van der Kroft
The comic that appears in the girls magazine Flair. You can read general information about the comic or view a page with sub-titles (4x90kB inline images).
Clever & Smart: see Mortadelo y Filemón
Clifton by Turk and De Groot
Information on this comic about an army officer who works for the secret service is supplied by Kimmo Lakoma (in Finnish), Piet Bakker (in Dutch) and Willy De Groof.
Cocco Bill by Benito Jacovitti
Hilarious cowboy stories. There is an official site for Benito Jacovitti (in Italian). More information can be found on the pages of Marco Barlotti (in Italian), P. Zaniboni (in Italian) and Raija Jussila.
Colometers Davis by Jack Kelly
An Irish comic about a detective who is a leprechaun. Information about this is available on the site of author Jack Kelly.
Comanche by Greg, Hermann and Rouge
A western comic by Greg, Hermann and Rouge Visit the pages by Gert Beumer.
ComicNet
An internet magazine which focuses on the Swiss Comics scene, featuring news about comics, a list of important events related to comics, a market place and more.
Comics International
A monthly British comics magazine which among others offers a world-wide list of comic shops.
Comics Universe
A monthly online comics magazine (in French)
Comixs
A Dutch online comics magazine supplied by comics shop Ambrosius (in Dutch).
La Complainte des Landes Perdues by Jean Dufaux and Grzegorz Rosinski
Information about this comic and its authors can be found on the site of Jérôme Arnould (in French), Mikels (in French).
Corentin by Paul Cuvelier and Jean van Hamme
You can read more about this comic on the site of author Paul Cuvelier (in French).
Corto Maltese by Hugo Pratt
The famous Italian comic about the journeys of adventurer Corto Maltese in the first three decades of this century. Visit the Hugo Pratt pages by Antoine Terracol (in French), publisher Casterman (in French), Franck Weber (in French), Kalle Hermansson (in Swedish), Kimmo Lakoma (in Finnish), Marco Feo (in Italian), Teemu Mäkinen and
Cosmic Patrouille by Mauricet and Jean-Louis Janssens
A parody on the super-hero comics. You can read something about this comic on the site of author Mauricet
Cowboy Henk by Kamagurka and Herr Seele
A ridiculous Belgian comic. You can find information about this comic and its author on the official Kamagurka site and on the site of Willy De Groof (in Dutch).
Crash Test Dummies by Bert van der Meij
Adventures of a family of crash test dummies which appears in the Dutch Road Service Magazine ANWB. Information about this comic can be found on the site of author Bert van der Meij.
Cubitus by Dupa
A comic about a nice big white dog. Information is available from 6bears (in French), Jérôme Arnould (in French), comics shop Lambiek, Tobias Coritzius (in German) and Vincent Evrard (in French).
Cupidon by Malik and Raoul Cauvin
A series about the well-known angel with the bow and the arrows. Read the introduction by Willy De Groof.
Cyann by Claude Lacroix and François Bourgeon
You can read something about this comic and its author on the sites of publisher Casterman (in French), Teemu Mäkinen and Uwe Trenkner (in German).



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