‘The world’s most interesting magazine’ publishes a special issue devoted to comics. The text is mostly in Dutch.
- Interview with French cartoonist Yvan Guillo who uses elements from vintage comics to creat surrealistic collage;
- Wim Noordhoek describes the magic of books with images and words
- How ‘Classics’ artist Joe Orlando borrowed freely from Hal Foster’s Prince Valiant
- The short career of Gus Dirks, creator of ‘Bugtown’, and his German roots in comics
- T.M.F. Steen writes about the comics scene of 1967/68
- The London locations of The Yellow “M” (Blake and Mortimer)
- The Amsterdam locations of An Island Called Hoboken (Willy and Wanda)
- Peti Buchel’s sketches of Achill, the island off the Irish west coast
Furore is a magazine edited and designed by Piet Schreuders.
It has appeared irregularly since 1975.