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Comic Book: Titeuf
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One of the most popular recent Franco-Belgian Comics, Titeuf, created in 1992 by the Swiss cartoonist Philippe Chappuis, aka Zep (as in Led Zeppelin), tells the everyday life of the 8-year-old Titeuf and his buddies, specifically on their... confused views regarding the adults and the world. It frequently plays with the Children Are Innocent trope: The kids are far more aware of sex, drugs and the like than the adults would believe, but almost always by Comically Missing the Point, especially Titeuf himself. A translated version appeared for a short while in The Dandy.

Titeuf provides examples of:


TintinBelgian ComicsLes Tuniques Bleues
TintinFranco-Belgian ComicsLes Tuniques Bleues

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