Friday, November 30, 2007

Blog Charter

The purpose of this blog is to share information about cartoonbooks and cartoonbooks collecting for cartoonbooks collectors and cartoon lovers. We work together with the European Cartoon
Center Kruishoutem, Belgium. ECC Cartoonbooks Club wants to explore the world of cartoonbooks, share the pleasure of cartoonbook collecting and unite all cartoonbooks collectors Everyone is welcome to participate: collectors, beginning collectors, cartoon lovers, cartoonists, sympathizers...
Topics may be: cartoonbook reviews, new books, tips for collectors , collections, interviews, links to information about the books and its authors. The blog’s language is English. Comments may be in English, Dutch, French or German even though we prefer English comments because most people are able to understand English (we hope so). The blog is run by volunteers, without having any commercial goal. Of course, publishers may send us new books to comment. We will review the book and link to the site of the publisher or cartoonist. Books to review may be sent to:

ECC Cartoonbooks Club
pa. Jan Oplinus - Oude Tramweg 27 - B8560 Wevelgem - Belgium

Posting Guidelines for Club Members

Posts and comments on cartoonbooks and cartoonbook collecting are particularly welcome. As “cartoons” may be a broad topic, don't be afraid to bring up something fresh, so long as that topic is reasonably clear in your posted article or comment. For reasons of copyright, we can’t publish cartoons, unless we have a written permission from the editor or cartoonist to publish the drawing. Showing a picture of a book cover is ok.

Questions? Comments? Suggestions?

Please direct to Jan Oplinus, at

Thank you, and welcome to the ECC Cartoonbooks Club Blog!


Anonymous said...

Nice !

Jean-Marie Bertin said...

Thank you for you mention of some websites, like Yezzz and Kapaza. I never heard of them before and I recently acquired several Playboy cartoon books (old pocket books) for a very cheap price. This, in spite of the high fees of the Belgium mail.
We, French, use to see expensive books and normal fees for sending, which is expensive anyway.