Aug 25, 2015

The French cartoonists killed at Charlie Hebdo: Wolinski, Charb, Tignous, and Cabu.

Read more of Slate’s coverage of the Charlie Hebdo attack. The largest European gathering of comics professionals and fans, the Festival International de la Bande Dessinée, has taken place at the end of January in the small southwestern French town of Angoulême for 42 years. In contrast to American comic book...

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