An image from Instagram:
When you feel exhausted…
You don’t see this pairing a lot in fanart, but here it is!
Quick fanart from tumblr:
From Achim Reinecke’s impressive collection of Spirou-themed convention sketches (dédicaces), here’s one by Turf, featuring in Spirou getup, if I’m not quite mistaken, Amandine from his series Magasin Sexuel (“Sex Shop”). Not apparently as explicit as what the title might give the impression of, Magasin Sexuel is described as a pleasant social satire of a quiet little village that gets shook up when a young girl, Amandine, arrives and decides to turn the old Rubber & Leather store, which had been selling boots and raincoats, into something a little more piquant…
The most relevant detail about the comic, however, is that in a clear bit of homage, the town’s mayor, one Raymond Orloff, is a dead ringer for the mayor of Champignac!
French artist Eillam, or Brice Mallie, did this fanart piece of Cyanure (or Cyanida in English) from Tome & Janry’s Qui arrêtera Cyanure ? (Spirou & Fantasio #35, “Who Will Stop Cyanida?”). In fact, it’s the reverse shot (more or less) of the album cover:
Spirou Pirates is a bootleg Spirou adventure, an unapproved fan comic by “Sergueï & Mikäelof” (pseudonyms), printed in a few different limited editions in 1999. Some of those editions include ex libris prints (prints on loose cards inserted into the book), and this looks to be one of them.
The comic itself was mostly copied from panels by Franquin (as well as various other artists), edited in various ways to tell a new story. It used to be available online at http://spirates.ifrance.com/, but the server has been down now for years. However, you can find it here, and there’s also an English scanlation on a certain site that offers that kind of thing.
Spirou in 19 by 5 pixels, by the PixFolks tumblr.