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Tuesday, March 27, 2012


Actually, my very own take (my version comes with a beak, of course) on the Belgian comic book superstar. I drew this BTW in parallel with this here, sometime in 2010.

Here's the original one:

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  1. aaw! Spirou à la Florian Satzinger! wonderful! ..and too cute! Ü

  2. right.. I mean a Marsupilami à la Florian Satzinger! hehe

  3. I love him!! He is so adorable! :D

  4. Wasn't this a Saturday morning cartoon at one time?

    In His Peace,

  5. @Richard

    Disney produced a series called Raw Toonage that starred Marsupilami. It had a very similar feel to Bonkers (if you ever watched that).

    I think I need to pick up a few of these books if they're in the states. Probably alot of fun to read, like Asterix and Obelix.

  6. Your version rocks! It's much better =)... more power and slickness! Would like to see a animated cartoon just by looking at that drawing...
    Love it!