Fast Cars and Freedom: Michel Vaillant

French-Belgian artist and writer Jean Graton invented his racing hero Michel Vaillant in 1957 when he first appeared in the short story "La 24° heure" in the French magazine "Tintinin". A number of full fledged adventures followed up, starting with "LE GRAND DÉFI" on January 1, 1958. The a...

Daddy's putting the hammer down! Auto Club Revolution

Wouldn't you love to join your comic book hero Michel Vaillant dashing along the world's famous race courses in a flashy car – straight towards victory? It's possible! Auto Club Revolution offers a rather singular racing experience for fans of motoring sports all around the world. Not as...

Making of a Remake: Michel Vaillant "Work in Progress"

How do you "make" a comic book? Dedicated fans are in on the secrets, but still it's quite fascinating to see it done step by step. The latest album of Michel Vaillant – #71 "Work in Progress" – allows racer fans (and others) to take an excellent peek behind the scenes an gives a great acc...

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