Bandes dessinées oubliées

Bandes dessinées oubliées is an excellent site dedicated to vintage French comics forgotten. The database has hundreds of images of comics covers, images, links to sites, information about the cartoonist and their comics, ads in comics with the characters and many more cool stuff. One of the curiosities found on the site was Gainsbourg comics, with Isabelle Adjani et Jane Birkin, but there are only two page available, and Gazul et Cie, a comic book by Patrice Leconte made in the seventies.
The BD, the abbreviation of bande dessinée and the way that the French usually call the comics, present in the site are for all ages. There are Vaillant and Pif Gadget for the young people and children, Tintin for all ages and the comics for adults, like four comic books Circus, Vécu, Gomme and Gag Mag. BTW, some of the covers are probably NSFW, and it’s a French site without any English version.

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3 Responses to Bandes dessinées oubliées

  1. P-E Fronning says:

    A comic book-Serge! That’s funny! Thank you!

  2. Bertrand says:

    Hehe 🙂 J’aime bien le lien des BDs dans les pubs; celle de Gaston Lagaf en particulier est bien sympa. Merci!

  3. Bibi says:

    No problem P-E, you are welcome. 🙂
    De rien Bertrand! :*

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