SPIROU Beneath the Coat

Banned from publication by the Germans in 1943, Le Journal de Spirou
continued to be produced and distributed clandestinely in the streets of
Brussels. The Journal, which was a single folded sheet of paper, told a
story of Spirou, Fantasio and Spip and was signed by the illustrator
Al, who drew in the style of Gus Bofa and Jijé. This publication, which
is a collection of extremely rare tracts found by one of his
descendants, is a moving testament to life under the Occupation.
Collection : Dupuis "Patrimoine"
Genre : Genre : Humour
Age of readers : Tout Public
State : Terminé