Biff, you know all about its history and tools

For the teenage generation of the late 1960s and beyond, there was a unique phenomenon (if we exclude the gift of Bonux in laundry packages). The Pif also offered its readers this time, without an intermediary of mothers, a given tool in the weekly edition. The Pif Tool is a whole story, an era. Pif, The Wonderful History of Gadgets, by Rodolphe Massé takes everything on the list, in detail. How do we explain today, the age of electronic modernity in which one can drift away from the Mexican pea or the powder of life? Perhaps because Pif would be a bonus to an editorial adventure that launched some of the greatest masters in comics at the time.

At the beginning of the adventure there was the newspaper the brave, but was too politically discriminated against for some families. A communist in a word at a time when one did not laugh at the parents’ political views. Pif needed to be retrained at the end of the ’60s, to find a lower streak of behavior. Although read honestly bf Marx was not in the text. however bf tool He arrives with full stories and his surprise gift. The author reviews all eras of the title since 1969. Corto, Rahan, Dr. Justice, Jay Loron, complete stories only. We had some Franks for him.

Biff, the great history of gadgets

Meticulous and concise research work by Rodolphe Massé shows just how much bf tool It was part of the history of comics. By nested tools, scientific or not. In the end, I am pleased that many find themselves with the tools we haven’t forgotten in these pages.

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Biff, The Story of Great Tools, Huginn & Muninn, €19.95

Biff, the great history of gadgets

Samantha Arnold

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