Le Chat

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Le Chat (French for "the cat") is a comic strip by the Belgian cartoonist Philippe Geluck. It is one of the bestselling Franco-Belgian comics series. The title character, an adult, human-sized, anthropomorphic cat, first appeared in March 22, 1983.

Le Chat often comes up with elaborate reasonings which lead to hilariously absurd conclusions e.g. by taking metaphors literally or by adding increasingly unlikely what-ifs to ordinary situations.

One page in length, it appears weekly in the "Victor" supplement of Belgian newspaper Le Soir. For Le Chat's 20th anniversary in 2003, Le Soir allowed Geluck to illustrate that day's entire newspaper. An exhibition of Le Chat's history (and that of his creator), "Le Chat s'expose", was first held at the Autoworld Motor Museum in Brussels in Spring 2004, and has since toured Europe. It was most recently (March–October 2006) at Les Champs Libres in Rennes.

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  1. Le Chat, 2001
  2. Le retour du Chat,, 2001
  3. La vengeance du Chat, 2002
  4. Le quatrième Chat, 2002
  5. Le Chat au Congo, 2003
  6. Ma langue au Chat, 2004
  7. Le Chat à Malibu, 2005
  8. Le Chat 1999,9999, 1999
  9. L'avenir du Chat, 1999
  10. Le Chat est content, 2000
  11. L'affaire le Chat, 2001 (Available in English as "The Cat's travels" in 2010)
  12. Et vous, chat va ?, 2003
  13. Le chat a encore frappé, 2005
  14. La Marque du Chat, 2007
  15. Une Vie de Chat, 2008
  16. Le Chat, Acte XVI, 2010
  17. Le meilleur du Chat,, 1994 (Available in English as "God save the Cat" in 2008)
  18. L'excellent du Chat,, 1996
  19. Le succulent du Chat, 1999
  20. Entrechats, 1999
  21. Le Top du Chat, 2009

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