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Chaland Anthology #1: Freddy Lombard

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tybaltstone
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#11 · Posted: 21 Mar 2005 09:33
jock123 - if you can't see the beard drawn on Freddy at the beginning of F52 then they must have been cleared up, which is great news. All the extra stuff at the back of vol 2 is wonderful isn't it? There's loads more by Chaland though, quite a few strips were printed in the US version of Metal Hurlant, Heavy Metal, in the eighties.
number1fan
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#12 · Posted: 20 Feb 2011 14:25 · Edited by: Moderator
Moved from separate thread:

If anyone has seen or read The Adventures of Freddy Lombard. The main character looks like a Tintin rip off? Is this the case because they both bare such a likeness.

Moderator note: Just a quick reminder to do a forum search before starting a new topic - Freddy Lombard has been talked about before…

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advnarayan
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#13 · Posted: 17 Nov 2015 15:12
The complete Freddy Lombard is now out, with five books in one single volume, published by Humanoids.
I think it's a worthwhile investment.

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