À Suivre

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À Suivre
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À Suivre #11. Artwork by Ted Benoît.
Editor Jean-Paul Mougin
Categories Comics magazine
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Casterman
First issue February 1978
Final issue December 1997
Country Belgium
Language French

"À Suivre" or "A SUIVRE" (English translation: "To Be Continued") was a Franco-Belgian comics magazine published from February 1978 to December 1997 by the Casterman publishing house. Along with the comic book magazines Spirou, Tintin, Pilote, and Metal Hurlant, À Suivre is considered to have been one of the major vehicles for the development of Franco-Belgian comics during the 20th century.

À Suivre presented the work of major European comic book artists including Hugo Pratt, Jean-Claude Forest, Alexandro Jodorowsky, Milo Manara, Jean (Mœbius) Giraud, Jacques Tardi, François Bourgeon, F'Murr, Ted Benoît, Guido Crepax, Vittorio Giardino, François Schuiten, Benoît Sokal and François Boucq.

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