Spirou & Fantasio Marsupilami Thieves by Andre Franquin
  

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Spirou & Fantasio Marsupilami Thieves by Andre Franquin

The Marsupilami, a mysterious animal that Spirou and Fantasio discovered in the jungle of Palombia, now resides in their local zoo. When he seems to drop dead suddenly, the reporters storm into the park demanding explanations. Much to everyone's surprise, though, the body has disappeared - stolen! The two adventurers lose the thief after a night-time chase, but they will not abandon their friend, no matter where their loyalty may take them!

About the Author

A Belgian cartoonist from the Golden Age of comics, Andre Franquin was as important and influential throughout his career as Herge, moulding and training dozens of artists through his long years at Spirou magazine. In his 20 years at the helm of Spirou and Fantasio, creator of their fantastical friend the Marsupilami, he was also the father of one of the most beloved anti-heroes of European comics, Gaston Lagaffe, as well as the delightfully dark and sarcastic Idees Noires. As a sign of his popularity, he received the very first Grand Prix de la ville d'Angouleme in 1974.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Andre Franquin
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Publication date

31st August 2013

ISBN

9781849181679


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