The Belgian Comic Art Museum is a particularly good plan. It starts with the birth of the artistic expression "comic", and then introduces the various steps such as script sketches, ink and color printing of the cover, and publication, and finally to transnational copyright and peripherals. . Representative works of Belgian comics have manuscripts and creative displays
The comic museum in Brussels is also quite interesting. There are many types and numbers of comics. The museum is in the heart of the city. Many works of comics are quite interesting. Tourists who visit here are also very interesting.
It was a very interesting and interactive experience. A lot of really fun things to do and the ticket price is very affordable. There are a lot of new things to learn about comics and their creation process. Also very diverse in term of attractions like status, fun games, comic video projection, photo booths... Would definitely recommend it if you''re in Brussels
Interesting, with some manuscripts, the comic book fans are great to see
Many people don't know that Belgium was originally a major animation country in addition to the United States and Japan. It was the birthplace of famous comic characters such as Tintin and The Smurfs. The Belgian Manga Museum is located in the center of Brussels. It displays the development history of manga art, manga artists' works and various manga exhibitions. There are many manuscripts by manga masters. It is called "the paradise for manga lovers". Tickets are 10 euros per person. However, I made a special trip to see "Ding Ding", but I did not see a few manuscripts, which was a bit disappointing. But what is pleasantly surprised is that Zhang Leping’s Sanmao became a friendly ambassador of Chinese animation and was placed in the center of the museum hall. The instructor of the museum will also explain the origin of Sanmao to students and tourists who come to visit.