Sunday, June 04, 2006

Sunday, 4 June 2006

For one Sunday I will step away from the usual graffiti, and introduce to you ... Gaston Lagaffe. Started by Franquin in 1960, Gaston Lagaffe is a constant presence on the Belgian cartoon scene. I understand there is a certain particularity about the numbering of the cartoon books, yet I haven't been able to decipher it yet.

11 comments:

Lisi said...

he's very cute, I love this photo with the kitty and it's funny that Gaston is holding a pot of cactus...very nice photo

Mark said...

I prefer the girl in the red mini dress!

Nerissa said...

Oh! A cactus? Is that what he's holding? I don't know Gaston. What's the story behind the cactus?

Anne said...

Oh he is a cuttee! is that a squirrel on his foot or is it a cat?

Sam said...

I love Gaston Lagaffe!!
He taught me to read in French, lol!

Kris said...

oh, how nice to have such a cute figure as oppose to the usual historial statues !!

Denton said...

I agree with Mark.

Natalie said...

Definitely better, than the stuffy statues of dead people. =)

Mark said...

Today I'm running the funny caption of the week competition over at Sainte Maxime DP.

M.K. Flem$ta said...

Gaston looks really cute!

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