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Zep: Titeuf 1 - a Zélet célja / Hungarian edition of Titeuf - Le Sens de la Vie / Translated by Dunajcsik Mátyás / Athenaeum Kiadó 2009 / Hardcover

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Zep: Titeuf 1 - a Zélet célja / Hungarian edition of Titeuf - Le Sens de la Vie / Translated by Dunajcsik Mátyás / Athenaeum Kiadó 2009 / Hardcover

Hardcover 2009

ISBN: 9789632930046  /  978-9632930046

ISBN-10: 9632930045

PAGES: 50

PUBLISHER: Athenaeum Kiadó

LANGUAGE: Hungarian / Magyar

 

Hungarian Description:

Ha a Zélet célja ott van az orrunk előtt, a hozzá vezető út vajon mér a matekdogákon, a suliúszáson, az iskolai szívatásokon és a bűzlő öltözőkön keresztül vezet? Én aszondom, a Zélet célját elérni tökre nem egyszerű…

 

English Summary:

Titeuf (known sometimes as Tootuff in English) is a Swiss comic series created by Zep in 1992, which was adapted into a 2001 animated TV series[1][2] and a 2011 film of the same name. It also appears in the dedicated Franco-Belgian comics magazine Tchô!.

Comic book no. 12 - Le sens de la vie (The meaning of life)

Titeuf was initially published in the fanzine Sauve qui peut ("Run for your lives") and noticed by Glénat executive Jean-Claude Camano. Zep joined Glénat in 1992 and Titeuf eventually became one of France's most popular comics. The first Titeuf book Dieu, le sexe et les bretelles (God, Sex And Suspenders) appeared in 1993 and sold only a few thousand copies, but the subsequent books gradually won over a colossal readership, and the series is now considered the greatest moneymaker in the French comics market.[6] The series was adapted into an Italian-French animated TV series in 2001, initially broadcast on Canal J.By 2008, Titeuf was the comic series with by far the largest publication in France, with over 1.8 million copies per year, three times the number of the second most popular series.

 

About the Author:

Zep (born December 15, 1967) is the pseudonym of Philippe Chappuis, a comics creator from Switzerland, known for his series Titeuf, a popular character in French-speaking countries, and Tchô!, the associated Franco-Belgian comics magazine.

 

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