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Blake & Mortimer Into the turmoil print

S/N:464

21st Century

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2021
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This is one of four framed comic book art prints, circa 2000s, for sale. The ‘Adventures of Blake and Mortimer’ is a comic book series created by Belgian cartoonist and author Edgar P Jacobs (1904-1987). The comic strip was pre-published from 1946-49 in Le Journal de Tintin starting with ‘The Secret of Swordfish’. This series was later published as an album.

The genre includes science fiction, adventure and espionage, with the series chronicling the adventures of Captain Francis Blake, a former Royal Air Force pilot turned director of MI5, the British counterintelligence service, and his friend Professor Philip Mortimer, a specialist in nuclear physics and one of the UK's foremost scientists. The series stopped on the death of Edgar P Jacobs, but Blake and Mortimer's adventures were relaunched in 1996, with the series continuing with an ever-changing team of writers and artists.

Caption translation - Playing his last card, Blake throws the tank into the turmoil!!!
Frame size:
Length: 43cm
Width: 33cm
Depth: 2cm
Weight: 1kg


Period: 

21st Century

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