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Classic Belgian Comics – A Pinch of Dieselpunk

Looking at some of the comics published in and out of Belgium during the Interbellum into the 1950’s you cannot help but notice how dieselpunk (and atompunk) they are. I blogged about this before, regarding Le Secret D’Espadon, and it is also a prominent feature in The Adventures of Tintin. …

Tintin vs Cthulhu

There is something I have in common with Wilbur Waitley, I have a twin brother. As the same has said, we are both very much like our father and this is another Lovecraftian inside joke. Anyway, my dear brother has brought my attention to a hilarious mash-up between the Cthulhu …

Fantasy and almost reality

Once again I delve into the wonderful world of early jetplane designs. In this particular case, I showcase a completely fictional one and a project that never left the drawing-board. What connects them, other than being fantastic dieselpunk designs, is the language the designers spoke, French. The first is the …