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Topic: Blake and Mortimer

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  Blake and Mortimer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blake and Mortimer is a comic book/graphic novel series that was created by the Belgian writer and artist Edgar P. Jacobs (1904-1987).
Blake is the straight man, the serious army officer who comes to the rescue.
Blake and Mortimer are sometimes shown to live in the same house, sharing an apartment as unmarried gentlemen were wont to do (Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson did the same).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Blake_and_Mortimer   (1264 words)

 Books | British comic pair honoured with Paris show
Blake is the epitome of the phlegmatic Brit - still a very popular cliché on this side of the Channel - careful, patient, with an utter lack of outward emotion and always dependable when you need to get rid of a crazed megalomaniac bent on world domination.
Created by a close collaborator of Tintin creator Hergé, Blake and Mortimer were the brainchild of the very English-sounding Edgar P Jacobs, a Belgian baritone who quit the opera houses during the second world war to make a living as an illustrator.
Only a dozen Blake and Mortimer books were published before he died in 1987, but they proved so popular that a new team of artists and writers was put together in 1996 to resurrect the characters.
books.guardian.co.uk /print/0,,4890735-99819,00.html   (624 words)

 Edgar Pierre Jacobs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was one of the founding fathers of the European comics movement, through his collaborations with Hergé and the graphic novel series that made him famous, Blake and Mortimer.
Hergé also gave him tiny cameo roles in Tintin adventures, sometimes under the name Jacobini, for example in The Calculus Affair where Jacobini is the name of an opera singer advertised as starring alongside La Castafiore in Gounod's Faust, and as a mummified egyptologist on the cover of Cigars of the Pharaoh.
In 1946, he was part of team gathered around the new Journal of Tintin magazine, where his comic strip The Secret of the Swordfish was published, the first of the Blake and Mortimer series.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Edgar_P._Jacobs   (1184 words)

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In these, Blake is listed as being between the wide-ranging ages of 20 and 45 years old and described as “tall, and dashingly handsome.” This quintessential British adventurer/agent has the ranking of 001 in the British Secret Service and occasionally helps Ian Fleming with story ideas.
Mortimer is also given a quarter-decade’s age range, with 30 years old being the low end.
Recently widowed of his poet wife, Mortimer is perhaps a bit brainier than Blake, but every bit as capable in the brawn category.
www.geocities.com /archive2r/M/M1.html   (1746 words)

 Review, buy Blake's 7: Blake's 7, the Radio Adventures With the Sevenfold Crown and the Syndeton, Blake et Mortimer, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Blake's 7, Terry Nation's science-fiction tale of cosmic freedom fighters, became a hit series in Great Britain when it premiered in 1978.
From its first appearance in 1978 to its final episode in 1981, Blake's 7 was a series which pushed back the boundaries of what was possible in TV science fiction.
Despite the attempts made by critics over the years to deride it for its low-budget special effects, sometimes-dubious costume design and overly middle-class casting, Blake's 7 continues to remain popular and to gain new audiences, due to its intelligent treatment of powerful themes of human evil, rebellion, love and death.
chpbooks.com.ru /blakes-7   (1908 words)

 Indy Magazine
It is almost impossible to meet everyone's expectations, those of the public and the industry, in just four days of the year...
The exhibit, on show through April, is based upon the adventures depicted in the "Blake & Mortimer" series of graphic albums originated by Edgar Jacobs.
"The exhibition revolves around unforgettable pictures from the Blake and Mortimer stories and is presented with the same spirit as the series, emphasizing both the serious documentary aspects [and] the vitality of the imagination," according to the Festival's website.
www.indyworld.com /indy/winter_2004/angouleme_2004/04.html   (199 words)

 Index to Comic Art Collection: "Blais" to "Blakfu"
Blake, the son of an Englishman and Indian woman, felt rejected by both communities and revived the Thugs as revenge to start an uprising against the British and to sabotage Gandhi's movement.
Blake and King Partik ; villain is Carlos the Cruel, who is introduced and dies.
Blake by Judge Sanders, Chuck had picked up his clothes at home and was ready to go with Father Carroll." -- "Continued." -- Call no.: PN6728.1.P43T7v.2no.2 ----------------------------------------------------- Blake, Mrs.
www.lib.msu.edu /comics/rri/brri/blais.htm   (5083 words)

 Detective Fiction on Stamps: Blake et Mortimer - France, Belgium
The first episode of Blake and Mortimer, in Tintin magazine in 1946, placed the Belgian artist Edgar P. Jacob (1904-1987) in the lineage of Jules Verne.
The adventures of Blake, British secret agent, and of Mortimer, professor of nuclear physics, are indeed inspired by the latest developments of science on an abundant imagination.
The saga of Blake and Mortimer was born in 1946 of the imagination of Edgar Pierre Jacobs, a Brussels artist who worked with Hergé: the first board of his "Secret of the Swordfish" appeared in the weekly Tintin.
www.trussel.com /detfic/blake2.htm   (1241 words)

 Urban Resources : Blake et Mortimer - L'affaire du collier, edgar p. jacobs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
During his transfert to the Justice Hall, Olrik escapes, using a hole made on the floor of his cellular car linked to a manhole cover which joins the paris quarries network.
Blake and Mortimer will join the police officer Pradier for solving this case.
This episode of the Blake and Mortimer adventures serial was originally published in 1967 and, by this great underground adventure, will be at the root of Urban Exploration will of many people.
www.urban-resources.net /pages/affaire_collier.html   (109 words)

Blake and Mortimer, considered a fundamental classic of the Belgian school.
Blake and Mortimer to try and restore the original drawings and colours.
Blake and Mortimer one of the drivers of its relaunch when, years later, it will lose its rights for
www.afnews.info /deposito/pasamonik/jacobs2.htm   (1568 words)

 Urban Resources : Edgar P. Jacobs, Blake et Mortimer
Mortimer is invited by his now died enemy Miloch to his troglodyte of La Roche Guyon.
Blake and Mortimer fight Basam Damdu who started the third world warr.
The climate is totaly disturbed and Mortimer thinks it is not natural.
www.urban-resources.net /pages/ep_jacobs_authors.html   (76 words)

 Groupe Dargaud
Blake & Mortimer in Telemoustique - automn 2003
The much anticipated return of Blake & Mortimer in a new adventure situated partly in Brussels during the 1958 World’s Fair.
Prepublication began in the first issue of September 2003, a special Blake and Mortimer issue of TéléMoustique:
www.groupe-dargaud.com /Licences.Detail.cfm?Lang=En&Query_ID=1090   (143 words)

 Comic creator: Edgar Pierre Jacobs
One of the founding fathers of the European comic movement was Edgar Pierre Jacobs, creator of the legendary 'Blake and Mortimer' series.
Jacobs was present in the early days of Tintin magazine, with 'Le Secret de l'Espadon', the first episode of the 'Blake and Mortimer' series.
Jacobs produced eight big adventures of 'Blake and Mortimer' until 1972, which have all become classics.
lambiek.net /artists/j/jacobs.htm   (328 words)

 Gong Li in 'M"french
The adaptation of the most famous episode of the adventures of Blake and Mortimer written in 1953 by Edgar P. Jacob is announced by his realizer full "with adventure, glamour and comedy.
The famous duet Blake and Mortimer, created by Edgar P. Jacob, will have his film adaptation, produced by Charles Gassot and carried out by James Huth.
For the neophytes, Blake and Mortimer made their first appearance in 1946 with The Secrecy of Espadonin the weekly magazine Tintin.
www.aboutrufus.com /gong_li_in_mfrench.htm   (1319 words)

 Blake - portalget.com Info About Blake   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
William Blake; Always be ready to speak your mind and a base man will avoid you.
Blake developed an attitude of revolt against authority, combining political belief and
Allison Blake Designs - is a London based bridal designer specializing in Embroidered and Beaded Silk Wedding Dresses.
portalget.com /?q=blake   (190 words)

 eBay UK Shop - COLLECTIONBD2:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
BLAKE ET MORTIMER L'enigme de L'atlantide EO TBE
stores.ebay.co.uk /COLLECTIONBD2_W0QQcolZ2QQdirZQ2d1QQfsubZ0QQftidZ2...   (265 words)

 La Marque Jaune - Comics2Film
Synopsis: The film adaptation of the French comic book featuring Captain Francis Blake and Professor Phillip Mortimer is finally seeing some movement, as principal photography is set to begin this July in both Canada and the United Kingdom.
Allocine.com reports that Li Gong is the latest addition to the cast of La Marque Jaune (The Yellow Mark) based on the French Blake & Mortimer comic books.
According to Jean-Marc Lofficier's CoolFrenchComics.com, Edgar Pierre Jacobs created Blake & Mortimer in 1946 as a feature for the Tintin weekly magazine..
www.comics2film.com /ProjectFrame.php?f_id=163   (686 words)

 volume12 | mediatheek   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Blake Et Mortimer, Tome 12: Les 3 Formules Du Professeur Sato 2
Blake Et Mortimer, Tome 13: L'affaire Francis Blake
Blake Et Mortimer, Tome 17: Les Sarcophages Du 6e Continent, Tome 2
catalogus.volume12.net /icds   (1642 words)

 Expatica's Belgian news in English: On the waterfront
The nautical link has been maintained, however, as most of the art on offer will feature ships and other seafaring paraphernalia that has figured in the hard-backed comic books or 'Bandes Dessines' that the Belgians love so dearly.
Pride of place at this year's exhibition goes to 'Blake and Mortimer', a couple of fictional English detectives whose BD adventures are incredibly popular almost everywhere in Europe except England, where no-one has ever heard of them.
Blake and Mortimer fans will even have a chance to meet Yves Sente, the artist who now draws the books made famous by Blake and Mortimer creator Edgar Pierre Jacobs.
www.expatica.com /source/site_article.asp?subchannel_id=24&story_id=8185   (577 words)

 Mortimer's Bread Bin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Mortimer the pet raven is determined to sleep in the breadbin, Mrs Jones is equally determined that he won't.
After a series of hair-raising adventures at a roller skating rink, Mrs Jones is happy to give in.
Quentin Blake has collaborated with Joan Aiken on many books.
www.barnowlbooks.com /MBB.htm   (70 words)

 Index to Comic Art Collection: "Jacob" to "Jacobs"
del, Mortimer i Tokio / Edgar P. Jacobs ; dansk oversættelse og tekstning, Freddy Milton.
-- (Blake og Mortimer ; 8) -- Translation of: Blake & Mortimer: Les Trois formules du Professeur Sato.
Jacobs, Edgar P. Les Aventures de Blake et Mortimer.
www.lib.msu.edu /comics/rri/jrri/jaco.htm   (3948 words)

 DVD Times - The Adventures of Blake and Mortimer in May   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Based on the popular comics and graphic novels by Edgar P. Jacobs, a close friend and collaborator of Tintin creator Hergé, the animated adventures of Blake and Mortimer comes to DVD as a four-disc collection from Anchor Bay UK, featuring all 26 episodes of the celebrated series.
Directed by Stephane Bernasconi (director of the 1990 animated Tintin series) and co-written by Eric Rondeaux (Excalibur; Tintin; Insektors), The Adventures of Blake and Mortimer chronicles the mystery-solving exploits of the eponymous heroes, RAF officer and MI5 agent, Francis Percy Blake, and his gentleman scholar associate, Professor Philip Angus Mortimer.
From London to Paris, Cairo to Tokyo, Blake and Mortimer spend their days investigating the unknown and saving the world from evil dictators, crazed megalomaniacs and mad scientists, who more often than not have some nefarious connection to their notorious nemesis, the mercenary criminal adventurer Colonel Olrik.
www.dvdtimes.co.uk /content.php?contentid=60860   (1037 words)

 Blake et Mortimer (serie of books)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Last weekend my daugther was in Barcelona at the Comic Fair and today she come back at home with some books.
In one of them she noted the appearance of a flag: the flag of the Yellow Empire, centered in Tibet, in the adventures of Blake and Mortimer (Le secret de l'espadon).
There is a not-so-subtle racism underlying most of the Blake and Mortimer albums.
flagspot.net /flags/fic_betm.html   (101 words)

 eBay - blake et ..., Children's Books, Painting items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Blake et Mortimer Comic Book #1 to 17 Collection French
A Joyous Season by Hannah Howell, Jennifer Blake et al
DUCKY WUCKY BOOK NO Nursing Care of Children Blake, Florence G., Et.al.
search-desc.ebay.com /search/search.dll?query=blake+et+...&newu=1&krd=1   (240 words)

 Blake - Resin Statues / Leblon-delienne [a-bd.com]
Blake and Mortimer is one of the legend of the French-belgium comics, which is why we love this new serie of characters extracted from « The Mystery of the Great Pyramide ».
Right now, only Blake and Mortimer are available, but the other characters will be released in 2001, so be patient and enjoy yourself with our 2 heroes.
You must be member to write a comment.
www.a-bd.com /produit-bd_blake_1156_en.htm   (220 words)

 "Blake et Mortimer" (1997)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
User Comments: Animated series based on the comic Blake and Mortimer (more)
Blake and Mortimer is based on the comic by Edgar P. Jacobs.
Discuss this movie with other users on IMDb message board for "Blake et Mortimer" (1997)
www.imdb.com /title/tt0305003   (292 words)

 Culture.fr : Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
For the second year running, and continuing the success of its Carnets de voyage exhibition in 2002, the Musée de l'Homme is hosting the ninth art, illustrating it with the finest items from the Museum's collection (Musée de l'Homme and the Jardin de Plantes museum).
A unique occasion to rediscover this series of cult albums, this educational yet entertaining exhibition will provide a bridge between fact and fiction, the imaginary and the scientific, the fantastic and the historical….
The intriguing chronoscaph of Le Piège diabolique, the comfortable charm of the Centaur Club in London, and the diabolical laboratories of Septimus and Miloch will be reconstructed in three dimensions, so that visitors can pass through the looking glass of fiction and walk in the legendary Blake and Mortimer's footsteps.
www.culture.fr /Groups/espace_jeunes/article_4_en   (382 words)

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