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{{Story
|title1= ''Spirou and the Poisson Express''<br><small>(''Spirou et le Poisson Express'')</small>
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|title1= ''Spirou and the<br>Poisson Express''<br><small>(''Spirou et le Poisson Express'')</small>
 
|image1= Spirou_and_the_Fish_Express.png
 
|image1= Spirou_and_the_Fish_Express.png
 
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|artist(s)= [[Rob-Vel]]
 
|artist(s)= [[Rob-Vel]]
 
|dates= 1978 <small>(creation)</small>
 
|dates= 1978 <small>(creation)</small>
}}{{NON-DISNEY}} '''''Spirou and the Poisson Express''''' ('''''Spirou et le Pousson Express''''' in the original French) is a cartoon written and drawn by [[Rob-Vel]]. It features [[Spirou]].
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}}{{NON-DISNEY}}{{UNOFF}} '''''Spirou and the Poisson Express''''' ('''''Spirou et le Pousson Express''''' in the original French) is a cartoon written and drawn by [[Rob-Vel]]. It features [[Spirou]].
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
[[Spirou]], riding an oversized fish, demonstrates that the ''Starfish'' fish shop gets all its deliveries from, not the Pony Express, but the “''Poisson'' Express”
 
[[Spirou]], riding an oversized fish, demonstrates that the ''Starfish'' fish shop gets all its deliveries from, not the Pony Express, but the “''Poisson'' Express”
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
This cartoon was created in 1978, 35 five years after [[Rob-Vel]] had stopped being the regular author of the ''Spirou'' comics, as a thank-you card to the real-life ''Étoile de mer'' fish shop of which he was a frequent patron.
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This cartoon was created in 1978, 35 five years after [[Rob-Vel]] had stopped being the regular author of the ''Spirou'' comics, as a thank-you card to the real-life ''Étoile de mer'' fish shop of which he was a frequent patron.
   
 
The card is signed both "Rob-Vel" and “Spirou I<sup>er</sup>”, “Spirou I<sup>er</sup>” (for "Spirou the First") being the term Rob-Vel began using throughout the 1970's to refer to "his" Spirou as opposed to the later, more grown-up version of the character as defined by [[André Franquin]].
 
The card is signed both "Rob-Vel" and “Spirou I<sup>er</sup>”, “Spirou I<sup>er</sup>” (for "Spirou the First") being the term Rob-Vel began using throughout the 1970's to refer to "his" Spirou as opposed to the later, more grown-up version of the character as defined by [[André Franquin]].

Latest revision as of 11:41, February 15, 2020

NonDisneyUnofficial Spirou and the Poisson Express (Spirou et le Pousson Express in the original French) is a cartoon written and drawn by Rob-Vel. It features Spirou.

PlotEdit

Spirou, riding an oversized fish, demonstrates that the Starfish fish shop gets all its deliveries from, not the Pony Express, but the “Poisson Express”

Behind the scenesEdit

This cartoon was created in 1978, 35 five years after Rob-Vel had stopped being the regular author of the Spirou comics, as a thank-you card to the real-life Étoile de mer fish shop of which he was a frequent patron.

The card is signed both "Rob-Vel" and “Spirou Ier”, “Spirou Ier” (for "Spirou the First") being the term Rob-Vel began using throughout the 1970's to refer to "his" Spirou as opposed to the later, more grown-up version of the character as defined by André Franquin.

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