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Comic strip locations in Brussels

A few comic strip locations in Brussels you should see...



© Karina Nestler

This is the Kingdom of the Smurfs, Tintin, Lucky Luke, Spirou, Gaston Lagaffe, Spike and Suzy and plenty of other paper heroes! One of the major Brussels tourist attractions and a superb example of Art Nouveau architecture, the Belgian Comic Strip Center brings together everything related to the comic strip, from its prestigious beginnings to its most recent developments, over an area of more than 4,000 m²: permanent and temporary exhibitions, library, documentation centre, bookshop, bar...
Espace Hergé, around a giant representation of the façade of the castle of Moulinsart with enlargements, scale-models and numerous interactive items to get to know Hergé's work better.

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© Daniel Fouss

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© JJ De Neyer ¿ Nine City

We have the pleasure to present you a new universe that is called Nine City, ... a journey into the world of the 9th Art.
The Future Nine City Museum: Exhibition of 3D objects, original boards, ... with guided or free visits.
Nine City Store 650 m²: Story entirely dedicated to the comic strip and related items
Nine City Lounge Bar 340 m²: Where Nine City welcomes you for some relaxation.
Nine City Events 1200 m²: 2 rooms dedicated to exhibitions. Reading space. Corner for the little ones. 10 computers available to visitors. Game consoles. DVD projection. Filming studio, etc.
Nine City Training: Formation on drawing and scenario
Nine City Auctions: Sales room.
Nine City Loft: 6 rooms for authors, the press and guests.

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© Fondation Raymond Leblanc

The different spaces are fitted out as follows: a space "Raymont Leblanc", a space "Lombard" yesterday and today, a space journal "Tintin", a space "Publiart", a space "Belvision", a space "Jenes Talents", a space "Le Lombard dans la Ville". There is also a room where film screenings and mini conferences are held.
The different exhibition rooms (300 m² in total) present archives that were never shown before with among other original boards of comic strips, historical documents, material for the animated comics of "Belvision". Various spaces are fitted out in function of the various realisations of Raymond Leblanc.

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© La Maison de la Bande Dessinée 2006

The Comic Strip House takes you to the heart of the French-Belgian comic strip, that of "Le Journal de Spirou" in which the most famous comic strip characters came alive. The history of these masters of the 9th art is told along a trail with numerous drawings and boards, other illustration and derived objects. In our television room we will also show some interviews with authors.
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