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Review: En blårock saknas

En blårock saknasEn blårock saknas by Raoul Cauvin
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A story that begins promising and has great potential, which unfortunately is sorely misspent by scriptwriter Cauvin at the end. The idea of alternative, subjective versions of the chaotic reality during a battle is inspired, although no one who reads this long-running series would ever believe in the possibility that Blutch, one of the comic’s two main characters, actually would have died. Despite this, entertaining and well done, if not ingenious.

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From the mailbag: German trade publications and French-Belgian albums.

From the mailbag: German trade publications and French-Belgian albums.

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