Gomer Goof 3: Gone With The Goof

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By Andre FRANQUIN
287 x 217 mm. 48pp Suitable for: 8+ years.
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Music soothes the wild beast ... and brings down walls!

Among all the things that make Gomer such a lovable rascal, there are two that are instantly recognisable: his car, and his goofophone. His old lemon, favourite target of the constabulary and every pedestrian’s nightmare, is responsible for half the pollution in town – as well as many of the more ... exotic accidents. The rest of the latter are mostly the result of the terrible ‘musical’ instrument put together by Gomer – stiff competition for the Trumpets of Jericho!

Key Points
  • Created in 1957, Gomer Goof (Gaston Lagaffe) remains the archetype of the anti-hero, and an absolute legend in France and Belgium
  • The complete volumes are published here in English for the first time
  • More than 30 million copies sold to date
  • From one of the greatest, most celebrated Bande Dessinee creators of all time

A Belgian cartoonist from the Golden Age of comics, André Franquin was as important and influential throughout his career as Hergé, moulding and training dozens of artists through his long years at Spirou magazine. In his 20 years at the helm of Spirou and Fantasio, creator of their fantastical friend the Marsupilami, he was also the father of one of the most beloved anti-heroes of European comics,Gaston Lagaffe, as well as the delightfully dark and sarcastic Idées Noires. As a sign of his popularity, he received the very first Grand Prix de la ville d'Angoulême in 1974.

(9781849184090)

SKU 9781849184090
Barcode # 9781849184090
Brand Cinebook

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