Idées noires has ratings and 32 reviews. Idées Noires de Franquin, le spirituel papa de Gaston Lagaffe et du Marsupilami nous révèle une nouvelle fac. . C’est en qu’André Franquin crée les «idées noires» dans le supplément autonome et éphémère du Journal de Spirou: “Le Trombone Illustré”. Ces gags. Idées noires: L’intégrale [Franquin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Jul 22, Helmut rated it really liked it Shelves: A lot more political and cynic than Franquin’s other work. Very well drawn but heartbreaking.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Add both to Cart. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Just read this for the third time and it’s still as good as any comic I’ve ever read. Like noides last one. Return to Book Page.

Lists with This Book. Guess what, buying this was a really, really good idea.

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Download one of the Free Kindle apps to start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, and computer. Franquin avait vraiment un talent merveilleux qui manque actuellement. Dec 02, Remy rated it it was amazing. C’est intemporel et toujours excellent. Oct 06, Ioan rated it really liked it Shelves: Buy the selected items together This item: HardcoverLes albums fluide glacial72 pages.

Franquin (Idee noire, 1981)

I grew up with his Spirou and Gaston and thought that Franquin’s vivid line was the very best in all comics, and still do. March 22, – Published on Amazon. See all free Kindle reading apps. Get to Know Us. These are morbid jokes for adults, not intended farnquin children who might enjoy his other books.


It is so dark and draws the reader into a mood she usually wants to avoid. This has been made obvious in many reviews and articles that I have written throughout the years. May 08, Saoirse rated it really liked it Shelves: A stone cold classic of European cartooning. Quand la BD broie du noir Apr 12, Komuniststar rated it liked it Shelves: I have of course read these comics before, but never treated with such great care as here.

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Show details Buy the selected items together This item: While Franquin’s cartoony drawings were pretty nice in color, washing them with black made this tiny book a masterpiece of technique. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

But the collection, as a whole, stands up over time, in that the cartoons aren’t really dated in their targets or subject matter. This is a comedian who, for the most part, is sick of telling jokes. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. So, a five out of five is almost not enough, from my perspective. But damn, it’s good.

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De zwarte spiegel die Franquin ons in noirrs klassieker voorhoudt, laat je lachen met de kleinste kantjes van het menselijk zijn. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? One of these items ships sooner than the other. Read more Read less. Highly recommended for anyone not really into comics who has a stilted, cynical sense of humor. Feb 06, Nakkinak rated it really liked frahquin Shelves: Although it’s from the late 80s, the topics are still up-to-date and the stories reflect current news!


Some of the pieces in Die Laughing aren’t as impactful as the others, but there are some that truly stand out for their grim perspective. As for the humor, this would be a nooires recommendation for Maakies lovers like me.

Dec 13, Peter rated it liked it. You don’t need to know French to appreciate him. Still, there are enough differences between Franquin’s and Millionaire’s approach, for both employ a fair share of violence and absurdity, but more often than not, behind the veil of cynicism and depictions of ridiculously elaborate demises, there can be felt the voice of a sensitive, peaceful, nature-loving and teary-eyed Franquin, less hermetic than the alienated or incurably egocentric discourse and behavior that Uncle Gabby and Drinky Crow adopt most of the time.

But as always very creative and funny. No Kindle device required. Brilliant and very critical black humor!!! Though my knowledge of Franquin’s works was not that vast and as far as I am concerned, most Frenchie comics are devoid of good humor or aesthetic appeal