“The Kingdom of Rakiki” is a story from the Spirou series that was first published in 1941 / 1942. Spirou goes on an adventure to the Congo to find a researcher. On his way he meets a young African who claims to be Rakiki, the heir to a big kingdom…
“Spirou the Farmer” (French: “Spirou Fermier”) is another adventure of the Belgian comic series “Spirou”, written and drawn by Belgian comic artist Rob-Vel (Robert Velter) and published in the Spirou Magazine in late 1941. It serves as an interlude and shows Spirou trying to become a farmer.
“The Ventriloquist Horse” (french “Le Cheval Ventriloque”) is the seventh story within the series of adventures of the title character “Spirou”, first published in 1941 in the magazine of the same name. In the story Spirou has learned the art of ventriloquism and uses it to protect the lord of a castle who is about to be deprived of his fortune by his brother.
“Spirou at the North Pole” (in French in three parts: “Spirou fait du cinéma”, “Spirou chez les Esquimaux”, and “Chez les trappeurs”) is an adventure of the Belgian bellhop that appeared in Spirou Magazine between November 1940 and March 1941. It was drawn by Belgian artist Joseph Gillian after Spirou’s creator Robert Velter was taken prisoner of war. The circumstances under which the adventure was created were anything but favorable…
The Heritage of Bill Money” is the first adventure in the “Spirou” comic series that has a storyline. It appeared in episodes in Spirou magazine between 1938 and 1940, started by artist Robert Velter (Rob-Vel) and finished by Joseph Gillain (Jijé).
Spirou (Walloon for “squirrel, mischievous”) is a Belgian comic strip character and protagonist in the comic strip series “Spirou et Fantasio” and “Le Petit Spirou”. He also serves as the mascot of the Belgian comic strip magazine “Spirou”. In this episode Jarmo Dorak takes a look at the beginnings of this character in his first comic adventures.
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