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Titeuf is a Franco-Belgian comics series created by the Swiss comics creator Zep which was adapted into an animated TV series, and appears in the dedicated comics magazine Tchô!. Tintin, one of the most famous Belgian comics Franco-Belgian comics are comics written in Belgium and France. ... A comic book artist at work. ... Zep (born 12th of December, 1967 as Philippe Chappuis) is a comics creator from Switzerland, known especially for his series Titeuf, which is very popular in French-speaking countries. ... Belgium and France have a long tradition in comics. ...

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Publication history

Cover of Le guide du zizi sexuel (2001) a hors-serie album

Titeuf was initially published in the fanzine Sauve qui peut ("Escape those who can") and noticed by Glénat executive Jean-Claude Camano.[1] Zep joined Glénat in 1992 and Titeuf eventually became one of France's most popular comics.[2] The first Titeuf book Dieu, le sexe et les bretelles (God, Sex And Suspenders) appeared in 1993 and sold only a few thousand copies, but the subsequent books gradually won over a colossal readership, and the series is now considered the greatest moneymaker in the French comics market.[3] The series was adapted into an animated TV series in 2001, initially broadcast on Canal J.[4] Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... Image File history File links No higher resolution available. ... A fanzine (see also: zine) is a nonprofessional publication produced by fans of a particular subject for the pleasure of others who share their interest. ... Glénat can refer to: Glénat, a commune in the Cantal département, in France Glénat, a publisher This is a disambiguation page, a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title. ...


Bibliography

  1. Dieu, le sexe et les bretelles, 1993
  2. L'Amour, c'est pô propre..., 1993
  3. Ça épate les filles..., 1994
  4. C'est pô juste..., 1995
  5. La derrière des choses, 1996
  6. Tchô, monde cruel, 1997
  7. Le miracle de la vie , 1998
  8. Lâchez-moi le slip!, 2000
  9. La loi du préau, 2002
  10. Nadia se marie, 2004
  11. Mes meilleurs copains, 2006

References

  • Titeuf albums Bedetheque (French)

Footnotes

  1. ^ TV5Monde. Émission du 22 mars (French).
  2. ^ Lambiek Comiclopedia. Zep.
  3. ^ Castrillón, Marcos. Beyond Borders - Not That Innocent. Ninth Art.
  4. ^ CanalSat. Titeuf (French).

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BBC NEWS | Europe | Titeuf storms French comic world (697 words)
His name is Titeuf, and he is fast taking over from such classics as Asterix, Tintin and Lucky Luke as the must-have in every French school-child's collection.
Titeuf - the name means "little egg" - lives a life that is instantly familiar to millions of French school-children.
The landscape is urban - apartment blocks and grubby parks - and the cast includes extended family-members and the regular school assortment of chums, swots, bullies, teachers and attendants.
Titeuf phenomenon steals comic hero Asterix’s magic formula - [Sunday Herald] (884 words)
Titeuf – the name means little egg – does indeed lead a life that is instantly familiar to millions of French schoolchildren.
Titeuf is irresistibly drawn to his classmate Nadia, for example, but he finds the thought of kissing her utterly revolting.
Some parents complained that Titeuf was not a perfect role model – and it is true that he is appallingly spoken and sexually obsessed.
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