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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Haagse Harry by Marnix Rueb
One of the most popular contemporary Dutch comics has finally appeared on the web. Pay a visit to the sites of Jeroen Buren (in Dutch), Kapnah (in Dutch), Maarten Berk (in Dutch) and Siemens (in Dutch).
Hans by Kas and André-Paul Duchateau
A science fiction comic. The first five albums were drawn by Grzegorz Rosinski. You can read something about this comic on the site of publisher Lombard (in French)
Heinz by Eddie de Jong and Rene Windig
Heinz is a philosophical cat. You can read something about this comic on the Heinz pages of Bram Starink, Erik Tjong Kim Sang and Marco Konert (in Dutch).
Herman Hedning by Jonas Darnell
Funny stories starring a caveman. This Swedish comic has its own magazine. You can read more about it on the official site (in Swedish).
The Humbug Family by Rene Lehner
A Swiss online comic in German and in English. Visit Rene Lehner's site
De Huurling: see The Mercenary

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Ian Kalédine by Ferry and Jean-Luc Vernal
You can take a look at the pages of De Zilveren Dolfijn (in Dutch).
Idées Noires by André Franquin
Dark humor by André Franquin. Information about this comic is supplied by Cuckoo and Denis Leroy.
Indigo by Dirk Schulz
A German fantasy comic. You can read about it on the site of author Dirk Schulz (in German).
Les Innommables by Conrad and Yann
The crazy comic by Conrad and Yann. People and organizations with information about this comic and its authors are BDParadisio (in French), Bernard Pauwels (in French), Erik Tjong Kim Sang and Univers BD (in French).
Isabelle by Will, Franquin, Delporte and Macherot.
Fairy-tale adventures of the young girl Isabelle. Drawings by Will (Willy Maltaite) and scripts by André Franquin among others. You can view a page with sub-titles (2x60 and 1x100kB inline images) or take a look at the site dedicated to the author Will (in French).
Isabelle Avondrood: see Adèle Blanc-Sec
Iznogoud by Goscinny and Tabary
Oriental stories about the great vizier Iznogoud (Is no good) who tries to overthrow the calif. More information can be found on the pages of Erik Tjong Kim Sang, Kimmo Lakoma (in Finnish) and Marc Turcotte (in French).

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Jaap by Deliège
Read Willy De Groof's introduction to this comic. There is another picture of Jaap. Latest addition: Ydel (in French).
Jan, Jans en de kinderen by Jan Kruis
A family comic featuring a typical Dutch family. This comic appears in the Dutch women magazine Libelle. You can view a page with sub-titles (4x75kB inline images) of this comic. Latest additions: Chevalier International, Comic House and Hans Tacq.
Jan Kordaat: see Jean Valhardi
January Jones by Eric Heuvel and Martin Lodewijk.
The adventures of a female pilot in the thirties. The drawings resemble the work of Hergé but they are not quite the same. Take a look at a page with sub-titles (4x90kB inline images).
Jean Valhardi by J.M. Charlier & Jije
Read O. Aydin Karabag's introduction to this comic
Jeannette Pointu: see Sarah Spits
Jérémiah by Hermann (Hermann Huppen)
Willy De Groof supplies an image from this comic. Publisher Lombard provides information about author Hermann (in French).
Jerom by Willy Vandersteen
Jerom is the strong man from the Belgian comic Suske & Wiske. However, he also has his own comic series. You can see an image of him at the page of Willy de Groof.
Jérôme K. Jérôme Bloche by Dodier, Makyo and Serge Le Tendre
A comic about a young detective. Information about this comic is available from BD Oubliées (in French), EuroBD (in French), Pierre Côté (in French) and De Zilveren Dolfijn (in Dutch).
Jerry Spring by Joseph Gilain
Visit the site of De Zilveren Dolfijn (in Dutch). Some information about author Jijé and his work can be found at a site in Korea.
Jessica Blandy by Jean Dufaux and Renaud
Information about author Jean Dufaux is provided by 6bears (in French).
Jo, Zette & Jocko by Hergé
Adventures of a boy, a girl and a monkey by the creator of Tintin. Information about this comic is supplied by Kimmo Lakoma (in Finnish) and Pierre Côte (in French).
Joe Bar Team by Chistian Debarre, Pierre-Yves Fourrier and Stephane Deteindre
A comic about a group of motor cyclists. Visit the pages of Daniele Nasini (in Italian), Nemo (in French) and Thierry Escande (in French).
Johan & Pirlouit by Peyo and others
The famous knight comic by the creator of the Smurfs. After Peyo's death the comic has been prolonged by his son Thierry Culliford and his two compatriots Alain Maury and Yvan Delporte. You can read something about this comic on the site of publisher Lombard (in French) and on the page by Kimmo Lakoma (in Finnish). You can also take a look at the Johan och Pellevin page by Anthony Lindholm (in Swedish).
Johan en Pirrewiet: see Johan & Pirlouit
John Difool by Alexandro Jodorowsky and Moebius
There is information available on Jodorowsky on Hotweird's Jodorowsky page. If you want to know more about Moebius then take a look at the Blueberry entry in this index. Information about John Difool can be found on the pages of Klaus Hoffmeister (in German).
Jojo by André Geerts
A comic about the life of seven year old Jojo and his friend Gros-Louis. Information about this comic and its author can be found on the pages of Philippe Acchiardo (in French) and Solidar.
Jommeke by Jef Nys
A Belgian comic with the adventures of a young boy. Visit the pages of Tim Pelgrims (in Dutch), Filip Van der Elst (in Dutch), Rik Dehollogne (in Dutch) and Willy De Groof.
Jonathan by Cosey
You can take a look at the information that Lombard publishers provides about this comic. Françoise and Yves Parrat show the comic authors Cosey and Derib as guests in Jonathan (in French).
Joop Klepzeiker by Eric Scheurs
A Dutch comic for people with a strong stomach and a special sense of humour. Take a look at the pages of Johan Verhagen (in Dutch), comic shop Lambiek, Pierijn van der Putt (in Dutch) and Theo van Gogh (in Dutch).
Jopo de Pojo by Joost Swarte
Information about author Joost Swarte can be found on Ed Blaas's Joost Swarte site.
Judge Dredd by John Wagner, Carlos Ezquerra and others
Here are some people with sites dedicated to this British science fiction comic: Carlos Ezquerra, Kimmo Lakoma (in Finnish) and R. C. Gomersall.
Jukka Kostet Comics
Weird things happen in the online comics by the Finnish artist Jukka Kostet.
Julie, Claire, Cécile by Sydney and Bom
A comic about teenage girls. Publisher Lombard supplies some information about Julie, Claire, Cécile (in French).
Jugurtha by Franz and Jean-Luc Vernal
An adventurous comic. The first two albums were made in cooperation with Hermann. You can read something about it on the sites of Jérôme Arnould (in French) and Marc Guislain (in French).

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De Kampioenen: see F.C. De Kampioenen
Kapitein Rob by Pieter Kuhn
A Dutch fifties comic with the adventures of captain Rob. Visit the sites of publisher Le Chat Mort (in Dutch), Eman (in Dutch), comic shop Lambiek, Stichting Zeeschuim (in Dutch) and De Zilveren Dolfijn (in Dutch).
De Katamarom: see Les Galaxiens
Ken Parker by different authors
You can find some information about this Italian comic on the site of the unofficial Bonelli Comics e-magazine (in Italian).
Kick Wilstra by Henk Sprenger
A Dutch soccer comic from the fifties. You can read something about it on Erik Janssens's Kick Wilstra site (in Dutch).
Kid Paddle by Midam
Gag stories about kids that are growing up in a technological environment. You can read more about it on the official site (in French).
Kiekeboe by Merho
Willy De Groof supplies a description of this comic. Filip Cuppens provides an even more extensive set of Kiekeboe pages (in Dutch).
De kleine Robbe: see Spirou
Kleinstein by Matthias Emde and Volker Tanger
A German comic about kid-genius. Information about it can be found on the official site (in German)
Klepzeiker: see Joop Klepzeiker
Knocker Comixs by Thomas Kobbe
At the Knocker Comixs site you will not only find the German comics by Thomas Kobbe but also links to other stuff (in German).
Kogaratsu by Michetz and Bosse
The adventures of a Samurai warrior in medieval Japan. Visit the sites of publisher Dupuis (in French), Hidemt (in Japanese) and De Zilveren Dolfijn (in Dutch).
Kozmo by Yaakov Kirschen
An Israelian comic.
Kramikske by Jean-Pol
Take a look at Willy De Groof's introduction to this Belgian comic or read Gert Meesters's interview with artist Jean-Pol (in Dutch).
Kuifje: see Tintin
Kurt Dunder by Frank Madsen
Visit the virtual home of the Danish comics character Kurt Dunder, worldfamous adventurer and scientist.
Kwab by Stefan de Groot
Kwab is a cartoon hippo of the twenties. Currently he is the star in a comic series in The Netherlands. You can take a look at the site of author Stefan de Groot (in Dutch).
Kyr cartoons by Kyr
Take a look at the cartoons of a Greek cartoonist: Kyr or read a complete page at the Hellas site (in Greek).



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