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More info on styles of franco-belgian comics?

skooidi
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#1 · Posted: 15 Jan 2007 12:31
I'd like to know more on the styles of Franco-Belgian comics. All searches I've done pointed me to wikipedia which lists the ligne claire style, the realistic style and the comic dynamic style (those of the marcinelle school). However, I've been told that the wikipedia cant be counted as a credible source as the information can be changed by anyone. If anyone has more info on the styles I would very much appreciate it. Thanks!
jock123
Moderator
#2 · Posted: 15 Jan 2007 13:02
Hi, welcome to the forums!

While Wikipedia can be edited by anyone, it usually is a good place for starting looking for information - it is up to the user to gauge how much they believe!

You should also use the search function in the top right-hand corner of these forums, where you will find that there are already existing threads, at least about the clear-line comics of Hergé, Jacobs and others; perhaps they will give you what you are looking for?

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