Comics help you learn French because they are so visual.
Seeing the expressions of the characters’ faces help give meaning to the written word, and it also aids with memory.
Also, since the Smurfs are all named after their personalities, it’s great practice for learning French adjectives!
Difficulty: Beginner – Intermediate (source: bd-sanctuary) Plot: Spirou and Fantasio are two adventurous journalists who go on fantastic adventures around the world accompanied by Spip, their pet squirrel, fighting mad scientists, evil dictators, but also doing their fair share of actual reporting too! Another French classic and a favorite among young French boys, it’s somewhat similar to Les Aventures de Tintin.
Why read it: Titeuf lives a life that is instantly familiar to millions of adults as they were growing up.
This is an awesome comic to get you to relate to the protagonist of the story and bring back childhood memories.
It’s packed with adventure and interesting stories.
Difficulty: Beginner – Intermediate (source: lalydo) Plot: Unlike many comics that focus on heroes, this comic focuses on the everyday life of Gaston Lagaffe (whose last name means “the blunder”).While he spends a lot of his time doing childish and mischievous things, his main characteristic is that he is curious.The world puzzles him, and while he tries to understand, he understands nothing.While the comics are in the French language, it’s important to note that not all of them come from France.Many of the comics mentioned below come from Belgium.