The Young Spirou somnambulist, perfect for a bedroom. Convex enamel sign Coustoon in steel, baking at 800°C. Numbered and limited to 149 copies.
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|Theme||Spirou & Fantasio|
|Type of products||Enamel signs|
|Series||Les Bombées à Coustoon|
|Copyright||© Dupuis, Franquin|
|Number of copies||149|
|Condition||New with original box and certificate|
|Dimensions L x w x h (cm)||20.00 x 30.00|
Le Petit Spirou (Young Spirou) is a popular Belgian comic strip created by Tome and Janry in 1987. The series developed from La jeunesse de Spirou (1987), a Spirou et Fantasio album in which Tome and Janry (at the time the authors of the series) set to imagine Spirou's youth.
It was developed into a spin-off series shortly afterwards and the authors have focused on it ever since the controversy created after their final Spirou et Fantasio album, Machine qui rêve (1998). New albums are among the bestselling French-language comics, with 330,000 copies for the latest one.
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