Dupuis is a Belgian editor of Cartoon .
The publisher Dupuis was created by the printer Jean Dupuis in 1922 with Charleroi. It symbolizes a component of the cultural landscape of Wallonia as one can note it with the cover of the Histoire book of Wallonia.
En 1938, Jean Dupuis creates a newspaper which it intends for youth and the direction entrusts some to its two sons Charles and Paul Dupuis. It will be the magazine Spirou , magazine weekly of cartoon which the 1st number will leave the April 21st 1938. The first album of cartoon of the editions Dupuis, Bibor and Tribar by Rob-Vel, will leave press in 1940.
Riddle: what in common has Gaston Lagaffe, Lucky Luke, Tif and Mowed, Large Schtroumpf, Boule and Bill, Gil Jourdan or Buck Danny? Answer: Spirou!
In 1995, when is published the 3.000ème number of the newspaper of Spirou, the Dupuis editions changed well. The family company was dismantled. Dominated from now on by group GBL/CNP of Albert Frère, and always anchored on its native soil of Marcinelle, it became multinational. Since 2004, Dupuis belongs to the group Media-Participations which has also Dargaud.
Dupuis will publish the Belgian magazines Bonne Evening and the Mosquito (current the Télémoustique )
- free Surface
- Impressed (S)
- Free Expresso
- Youthful indiscretion
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