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I've actually always liked Franco-Belgian comics (you know, Asterix, Tintin and so on). I read plenty of those when I was a teen and I still love most of them.

I really liked Tintin comics when I was younger, nowadays not so much (if you've ever read those you'll know why). Hergé had a unique style and I appreciate it, but I won't most probably read those comics again. I also liked Goscinny-Uderzo comics; Asterix, Oumpah-pah, Lucky Luke, and Marsupilami (and Spirou and Fantasio) by Franquin plus Natacha by Waltéry.

But my favourite has to be Yoko Tsuno by Roger Leloup. According to Wikipedia (I'm lazy, sue me): "the series tell the adventures of Yoko Tsuno, a female electrical engineer of Japanese origin surrounded by her close friends, Vic Video and Pol Pitron. Their adventures bring them to, among other places, Belgium (Bruges), Germany, Scotland, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia and also into outer space." They also travel in time. I mean really, what more do you want from a comic book?





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