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Want to sound French, even to the French? Get your 10-day "Everyday French" Crash course. It's free: https://www.commeunefrancaise.com/youtube-welcome Ancient Greece had six Muses ; French language added new ones in modern times, cinema, photography, and the « ninth art » : comics. French-speaking comic-books aren’t only Tintin and the Smurfs. They’re pretty diverse, adventures and jokes and unforgettable characters. Today’s topic will lead you in the country of bubbles, the land of panels, a world of heroes made of ink and paper : la bande-dessinée. View the full episode and comments here: http://www.commeunefrancaise.com/classiques-de-la-bande-dessinee Watch my latest episodes here: http://www.commeunefrancaise.com/qualites-et-defauts/ http://www.commeunefrancaise.com/l-ecole-en-...
Walking into a comic book store can be intimidating. There are thousands of different comic books, and usually a man behind the counter you don't want to bother out of fear of a snarky response. Thankfully, our art editor and resident comic book expert Nick Gazin is here to share with us the Top 10 Comic Books of all time to get you beginners started. And like Nick says, this list is objective so there's no point in arguing about this in the comments section... WATCH NEXT: Laz Rojas: The Man With 100 Faces: http://bit.ly/1sCf3lJ Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos Like VICE on Facebook:...
LanguageComics helps you accelerate French learning with an ever growing library of fun short stories with translations. This video is a teaser for season 9 episode 10. Find the full story in comic format here: https://www.languagecomics.com/series_type/season-9/ Also find LanguageComics here: Pinterest: pinterest.com/LanguageComics Facebook: Facebook.com/LanguageComics Instagram: Instagram.com/LanguageComics_ Twitter: twitter.com/LanguageComics
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Beginning in the late 1960s and early 1970s, French comics artists revolutionized their medium and created groundbreaking works of science fiction. Artists like Jean-Claude Mézières, Philippe Druillet, and Jean Giraud, aka Moebius, had a significant, if rarely recognized, influence on many Hollywood films. Star Wars is one of the most prominent examples. "There are quite a few illustrators in the science-fiction and science-fantasy modes I like very much. I like them because their designs and imaginations are so vivid […] Druillet and Moebius are quite sophisticated in their style.” - George Lucas, 1979 Unless noted otherwise, all art in this video is taken from the following comics and comics series: Jean-Claude Mézières & Pierre Christin: „Valérian and Laureline“ („Valérian et Laureli...
http://myetvmedia.com/feature/asterix-and-obelix/ The huge success of Asterix is not a miracle, it's simply due to the fact that Rene Goscinny is a brilliant comedic writer, certainly one of the best ever in French comics, and that Albert Uderzo is an equally brilliant artist, at ease with any type of scenes. Astérix was originally serialized in the magazine Pilote, in the very first issue published on 29 October 1959. In 1961 the first book was put together entitled Asterix the Gaul. From then on, books were released generally on a yearly basis. We are at 34 albums so fare. The Asterix series is one of the most popular Franco-Belgian comics in the world; with the series being translated over 100 languages. The success of the series has led to the adaptation of several books into 11 films...
The International Centre for Comic Strip and Images Located in three superb buildings in the town centre beside the Charente, the International Centre is one of the most important bases across the world for both comic strip and image technology, ensuring that comic strip is an important element of life in Angoulême throughout the year. WHAT TO SEE IN THE MUSEUM The museum is divided into four sections. The main, and largest area within the public side of the museum, tells of the 150-year old history of the comic strip, showing the different styles of the art, from those that were more painterly in style to the more familiar drawings. The comic strips are displayed under spot-lights in long glass pods giving the museum an air of the film ‘Space Odyssey 2001.’ Television screens show interv...
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In some parts of the world, comic books are associated with teenage boys and superheroes. But in continental Europe, there's long been a very different tradition -- comic albums aimed squarely at grown-ups, holding their own against novels and feature films in the cultural landscape. AFP catches up with one new artist, exhibiting her work for the first time at Europe's biggest festival for the art form, to find out why millions of grown men and women still go crazy for comics.Duration: 02:39
In our course we use various tools to teach you French. One of the tool is comics. In this video we are using a popular comics Asterix chez les bretons. This will helps you to learn french fast and will make the entire learning process enjoyable. https://meraskill.com/french/how-to-learn-french-language-fast?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=french_video&utm_content=comics WhatsApp Now: 8692900017
France's strong tradition of illustrated and comic books is well known, but little is Gotlib. Yet, the French comics artist is the one who, in the 1970s, transformed the genre, with comics that were no longer destined for children but for adults. Nonsensical, cheeky and with a pinch of black humour, the 75-year-old artist has just published an unabridged version of his works.
I thought it was about time that we started talking about my all time favourite comics, starting with Lucy Knisley's French Milk. Check put Lucy's work here: http://www.lucyknisley.com/ You can find me at: Website: http://www.nerd-burger.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nerd-Burger/128881613848452 Shop: http://www.nerdburgerjewellery.etsy.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/nerdburgercazz Twitter: https://twitter.com/nerdburgercazz Write to me at: NERD BURGER PO BOX 543 FLINDERS LANE V.I.C 8009 AUSTRALIA Special Thanks to: Filming: My pretty husband Music: Bensound.com Sound effects: http://www.freesound.org Logo design: Nurie Salim Thank you so much for watching. You guys are ever so radical.
http://www.euronews.com/ One of France's best-known cartoonists, Jean Giraud - also known as Moebius - has died in Paris at the age of 73 after a long fight against cancer. The comic-book artist and designer was revered in a country where cartoons are held in high artistic regard, but his work also found fame in Japan and the United States. Moebius was perhaps best known for the Western series Blueberry, which he co-created. Its main character starts out as a committed racist before becoming an enemy of all types of discrimination. The Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho, whose book "The Alchemist" was illustrated by the cartoonist, wrote on Twitter that "the great Moebius died today, the great Moebius lives on". Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/e...
The art of the comic book is to be celebrated in France with the opening of a new museum dedicated just to them. In France, the "bande dessinée" is revered as the "ninth art" and has a long and distinguished history, which will now be on show thanks to a range of temporary and permanent exhibits of original strips and sketches going back to the 19th century. The museum opens on 20th June in Angoulême, the site of a major annual comics festival.
To celebrate the release of 'Valerian,' Mike Calabro is going to tell you about the comic it's based on and how it fits into the influential history of French science fiction. » Subscribe to NowThis Nerd: http://go.nowth.is/Nerd_Subscribe To a lot of American nerds, the name ‘Valerian’ might not mean all the much. But overseas, the French comic book ‘Valerian’ is some of the most important and influential scifi ever made. Everything from ‘Star Wars’ to ‘Independence Day’ owes a debt to ‘Valerian,’ and that’s just scratching the surface of the rich history of French science fiction. The history of French scifi begins with Jules Verne, the author of classics like ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’ and ‘From the Earth to the Moon.’ From there, French science fiction spilled out into the cinema,...
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Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=languagecomicsteam This video is a teaser with French translation for a comic in French that you can find here: https://www.languagecomics.com/restaurant_cher/. This short story and many more are a great tool to practice your French pronunciation, French reading and English to French language translation skills. This episode will be available in French and Spanish on September 22. Subscribe to this channel, enjoy and share! Cheers, LanguageComics team http://www.LanguageComics.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Also find us on: http://www.pinterest.com/LanguageComics http://www.Facebook.com/LanguageComics http://www.Instagram.com/LanguageComics_
Wanted to start reading comics but have no idea where to start? This video will show you the basics of the types of comics, the pros and cons, where to buy them and I take you to my favourite comic book store. Rad Comics You Should Check Out: Lucy Knisley- French Milk Jeffery Brown- Unlikely Harvey Pekar- American Splender Hawkeye- Matt Fraction, David Aja Special Thanks to: Filming: My pretty husband Being Awesome: All Star Comics Music: http://www.freeplaymusic.com Sound effects: http://www.freesound.org You can find me at: Website: http://www.nerd-burger.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nerd-Burger/128881613848452 Shop: http://www.nerdburgerjewellery.etsy.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/nerdburgercazz Twitter: https://twitter.com/nerdburgercazz Write to me at: NERD BU...
Reading comic books (bande dessinée) can be a great way to improve your French conversation skills and have a bit of fun at the same time ^^ You're welcome to ask us any questions in the comments section down below. And make sure you check out our blog for more free lessons: http://www.streetfrench.org/blog/ Enjoy! SUPPORT US ON PATREON : https://www.patreon.com/Street_French Feel free to leave us a comment and ask us to cover a specific topic! Subscribe for new videos every week and feel free to visit us at StreetFrench.org We also offer private French lessons here in Paris and via Skype! Learn French the way it's really spoken! / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /// Check out our PRODUCTS our F...
ADVANT OF THE MARVEROUS "MANGA" TREASURY THE TREASURY CONTAINS ALMOST ALL "MANGA" MAGAGINES AND BOOKFORM "MANGA" PUBLISHED IN JAPAN SINCE 1980 THE TREASURY IS IN SEARCH FOR SOMEONE TO BE HANDED OVER (THE NUMBER OF "MANGA" ESTIMATED AT 300,000)
Valerian and Laureline have been around for 50 years, starting back in 1967. A popular French sci-fi comic, I give a bit of background on the book and break down volume 6: Ambassador of the Shadows, originally translated to English back in 1981 and serialized in Heavy Metal magazine. Good stuff! https://www.patreon.com/ComicTropes https://www.facebook.com/ComicTropesShow/
Relax as I turn the pages of three different books. Tell me which one you prefer ! Sometimes I turn the books upside down because I though the frame would be too ! Give me your feedback in the comments, If you have requests I may record them. I recommend using headphones. Subscribe for more videos ! Video recorded on Canon 700D You can support me on Patreon to help me improve this channel : http://www.patreon.com/MadeInFranceASMR Or donate through Paypal : https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=UJ8SL9UTX7LQS SoundCloud : https://soundcloud.com/made-in-france-asmr Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/MadeInFranceASMR
Today I show you some comic books written in french : Thorgal, Largo Winch, Astérix and Le Donjon de Naheulbeuck. I'm still testing my new microphone, so your advice and comments would be really helpful for me! I hope you will enjoy the vid! Aujourd'hui je vous présente quelques bandes dessinées écrites en français : Thorgal, Largo Winch, Astérix et Le Donjon de Naheulbeuck. Je suis toujours en phase de tests avec mon nouveau micro donc vos conseils et commentaires peuvent beaucoup m'aider ! J'espère que cette vidéo vous plaira ! If you want, you can : Follow me on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Zoruasmr Follow me on Twitter : https://twitter.com/Zoruasmr Check my website : http://www.zoru.co Send me a gift from this amazon wishlist : http://www.amazon.fr/registry/wishlist/2QHC0...
Dedicated to all you comic book fans out there, I bag and board some that are a bit older, as I haven't purchased any for a couple years. I'm considering picking up some random current titles so stay tuned for a pickup video in a few weeks. Tingle on! Ol' E Channel links: Patreon ► http://bit.ly/1EZgmNi You can listen to selected works outside of YouTube: Coming soon: "The ASMR Sessions Volume 3" Spotify ► http://bit.ly/1V23U60 CDBaby ► http://bit.ly/1AUt3Jj iTunes ► http://apple.co/1xIHLNd Google Play ► http://bit.ly/1vPUJgF And others like Deezer, Rhapsody, etc! Podcasts: EphemRadio ► http://apple.co/2afSkZQ Arkham Sanitarium ►http://apple.co/2alraeV Social Media: Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/ephemeralrift1 Twitter ► https://twitter.com/EphemeralRift IG ► http://instagram.c...
The Twelve Tasks of Asterix (Les Douze travaux d'Astérix) is a 1976 French animated feature film based on the Asterix comic book series. René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo, the creators of the series, wrote the story and directed the film themselves; with co-direction by Pierre Watrin and the screenplay co-written by Pierre Tchernia, a friend of Goscinny and Uderzo. The movie was directed, produced and animated at Goscinny and Uderzo's own animation studio, Studios Idéfix and is the only Asterix animated film that has used the Xerography Process. It is the only Asterix movie to date (animated or live-action) to be based on an original screenplay rather than on material from any of the comic book stories. Later, however, it was adapted into a comic book as well as an illustrated text story boo...
Hey everybody ! In this video, I'm talking about various subjects, like movies (Gone Girl, Interstellar, Microcosmos...), the violinist Lindsey Stirling and comic books that I am reading at the moment, while I am eating some grapes. So take a seat, lie down or whatever makes you feel confortable while I eat and talk :) Thanks for watching, and don't forget : On Earth, no one can hear you tingle ! P.S. : I hope my voice is not too loud ! As it is the first time I'm talking without whispering and that I do not get tingles from my own videos, I can't tell if it is right or not... So if you could tell me, it would be much appreciated :)
A whispered look at the comic books from my collection. I haven't collected since about 2012/2013 but may change that (though I can't guarantee it). Thanks for watching and for your support! ER Channel info: Consider becoming a supporting Patron: http://bit.ly/1EZgmNi EphemRadio Podcast: iTunes: https://itun.es/us/wUBI6.c Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ephemeralrift Libsyn: http://ephemeralrift.libsyn.com/ RSS: http://ephemeralrift.libsyn.com/rss All Video Playlists: http://bit.ly/11VLizJ Select audio available at: iTunes: http://apple.co/1xIHLNd Bandcamp: https://ephemeralrift.bandcamp.com/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ephemeralrift Social Media Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ephemeralrift1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/EphemeralRift IG: http://instagram.com/e.r...
🇬🇧 Sill alive! I managed to record a video to keep you informed about how are things going currently. Links of the books below! These video is made of 3 Parts: 02:30 - Books about Lifestyle / personal development 12:50 - Unpacking a book I ordered 13:43 - Books about Sound / ASMR / Cinema (for my end-of-study dissertation) Good night! - 🇫🇷 Toujours vivant ! J'ai pu enregistrer une vidéo pour vous tenir informé de comment vont les choses actuellement. Liens des livres ci-dessous ! Cette vidéo est faite de 3 Parties : 02:30 - Livres sur le développement personnel 12:50 - Déballage d'un livre que j'ai commandé 13:43 - Livres sur le Son / ASMR / Cinéma (pour mon mémoire) Bonne nuit ! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...
Documentary about Frenchman Jean Giraud, one of the most influential comic strip illustrators and authors of all time and also one of the genre's best kept secrets. He achieved his greatest fame under the pseudonym/alter ego Moebius, and his artistic influence extends beyond Europe to the USA and Japan. Features interviews with Giraud himself, Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee, American comic book artists Jim Lee and Mike Mignolla and many others.
If you compare the movie to the comic ... the movie sucks hard ... but, if they would film this version, this movie would be AO rated hahaha ... sounds to me like its the right time to reboot this, with all the blood and gore the ORIGINAL mask had ... then the kiddy friendly movie version we got ... the continuation is here www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGw8-xXHlgvBHmajjfPGQwcXpE4boqoGE , JackG2 own take on this (if you liked this version , i did ... its like what if The Punisher, was the Mask with magic powers) Too bad they stopped making this kind of motion comics ... well, the Flash generation still makes them (still kinda remember that Spiderman thing) ... but the official version... after this.... went into the realm of kids friendly awfulness of Cartoon Network generation ... the...
Cathy and Sam are angry about seeing so few comic books about women. While a mysterious man runs out of the local comic book shop, they pursue him but he gets away. Meanwhile a strange new boy appears at their school, trying to make kids follow his orders to prepare all his comic book collection from the other planet to be stored on the Earth, making Sam follow his orders too. With Cathy busy imitating one of the comic book heroines, will The MBC Members be able to save kids from the mysterious boy alien? We hope enjoyed this video from ZeeKay! Let us know in the comments what you thought and what you want to see more of! Follow ZeeKay's favourite girl band on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/lolirockband Go to our Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/marathon.media Check out ZeeKa...
06-06-2017 Institute of Modern Languages Research http://www.sas.ac.uk/ Institute: http://modernlanguages.sas.ac.uk/ Showcasing Research Excellence: the Journal of Romance Studies Inaugural Annual Symposium Panel 2: Showcasing research projects The Values of French Literature and Language in the European Middle Ages Simon Gaunt (King's College London) The event is generously supported by Liverpool University Press.
As we close out the 2011 season of shows, I'm thrilled to have Dave Roman (http://yaytime.com/) and Raina Telgemeier (http://goraina.com/) on to talk about their recent experience at the Quai des Bulles Saint Malo Comics Festival. While watching some video and slideshows from their trip, Raina shares her reflections on how tabling at a French comics festival differs from ones in the United States, and Dave shares his observations about how the festival felt different for the person walking the aisles. We close with an appearance by Sharon Iverson of the Ann Arbor District Library (http://aadl.org/), who shares some more great book recommendations! Recorded live out of the Ann Arbor District Library at http://comicsaregreat.tv Podcast episode is available at http://comicsaregreat.com/cag...
2015's best soft- or hardcover trades, graphic novels and omnibi with science-fiction-comics. It's one of my top ten lists with the best comics from 2015... the other videos cover horror comics, wacky comics, crime comics, comics with superheroes, life & love & all the rest. If you like these best of-videos you'll may check out the ones from last year (panellogy 051 to 055).
It's our annual look at the European comics scene, with the cartoonists from around the world talking about their work and the comics tradition of their countries. This time we'll talk to Jean-Marc Rochette (Snowpiercer, France), Arthur DePins (March of the Crabs, France), Simon Fraser (Judge Dredd, Scotland), Leeann Hamilton (Cash Cow, Ireland) and more about their careers, their influences and how comics are becoming an international language without borders. Moderated by Heidi MacDonald.
Darren Emond is a comic book artist who is sharing his talents and abilities to teach others how to draw.
My book on amazon! http://a.co/gTY3oPJ The createspace website: https://createspace.com/ Article about Printing your own comics with a wide format printer- http://www.makingcomics.com/2014/05/28/print-making-cheaper-think/ Artists I showed: https://www.youtube.com/user/SERKWORKS http://door.smackjeeves.com/ Read my Comic Here: http://endallgraphics.com/ My Art Shop Here: http://endallstore.storenvy.com/ TWITTER- https://twitter.com/HCBrownart TUMBLR- http://hollycbrown.tumblr.com/ INSTAGRAM- https://instagram.com/h.c.brown/ YOUTUBE- https://www.youtube.com/c/HCBrownart My email (contact me if you have serious questions, comments or wish to commission me) Hollyistotallycool@gmail.com
Long before I was 12
I would read by myself
Archie, Josie, super-heroes
I would read them by myself
I had the stars on my wall
14 was a gas for me
Batman on TV
I would cheer the super-heroes
They were all I wanted to be
I had the stars on my wall
18 I was guaranteed
I would lose my teenage dream
But it's so funny how I got to look
Like all the people in my comic books
Now I'm a star on my wall