French beginners , you deserve a break. Fortunately, with French comics , doing so has never been easier. They can get you over your studying woes and up to a more advanced level of French before you know it! Besides, using comics to learn French comes with its own set of benefits, particularly for beginners.
15 Great French Comics to Learn French
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These countries have a long tradition in comics separate from English-language comics. The potential appeal of the French-language comics extends beyond Francophone Europe, as France in particular has strong historical and cultural ties with several Francophone overseas territories, some of which, like French Polynesia or French Guiana , still being Overseas France. Of these territories it is Quebec , Canada , where Franco-Belgian comics are doing best, due — aside from the obvious fact that it has the largest comic reading Francophone population outside Europe — to that province's close historical and cultural ties with the motherland and where European comic publishers like Le Lombard and Dargaud maintain a strong presence, in the process heavily influencing its own native Quebec comics scene, particularly from onwards. This is in stark contrast to the English-speaking part of the country, which is culturally US comics oriented.
List of Franco-Belgian comics series
It is no secret that the French love wine. But they are also the world's second biggest consumers of graphic novels after the Japanese. Now a new wave of literature is putting the two passions together -- comics for adults about wine. The genre that was completely unheard of little more than a decade ago has jostled itself on to the bookshelves, with a festival dedicated to it booming among the vineyards near Bordeaux.
The s are a much beloved and nostalgic decade for many young adults today. If you grew up in the '90s, you had all the best cartoons, the best music, the best sitcoms. Life was pretty good for a kid growing up in the 90s. That is, unless you were a comic book fan. There were even little gems here and there from some of the biggest superheroes nestled in between story arcs that made you cringe.