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(À Suivre) or (A SUIVRE) (English translation To Be Continued) was a Franco-Belgian comics magazine published from February 1978 to December 1997 by the Casterman publishing house.

À Suivre presented the work of major European comic book artists including Hugo Pratt, Jean-Claude Forest, Alexandro Jodorowsky, Milo Manara, Jean (Mœbius) Giraud, Jacques Tardi, François Bourgeon, F'Murr, Ted Benoît, Guido Crepax, Vittorio Giardino, François Schuiten, Benoît Sokal and François Boucq.

Along with the comic book magazines Le journal de Spirou, Tintin and Pilote, À Suivre is considered to have been one of the major vehicles for the development of Franco-Belgian comics during the 20th century.




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