One way to keep your French studies interesting is to have some fun, and what better way to do that than by reading comics? Whether online or off, there are many great French comics for students of all levels to help you laugh your way to better French.
Boulet Corp – The life of a cartoonist, in the form of a comic strip.
Language Comics – Interactive comic written especially for French learners.
Ninja blanc – A very un-ninja-like ninja who does good deeds.
If you have access to a librairie, bibliothèque, or médiathèque (bookstore, library, or multi-media library), you can buy or borrow many other great French comic strips, including such beloved classics as
- Astérix – Gauls v Romans, in 50 B.C.
- Becassine – Housemaid and nanny in early 20th-century Bretagne.
- Blake et Mortimer – Mystery and espionage, plus a touch of sci-fi.
- Boule et Bill – The adventures of a typical French family.
- Gaston Lagaffe – The gaffe-filled life of a lazy employee.
- Lucky Luke – French comic set in the US Old West.
- Les schtroumpfs – You may already know these little blue characters as "Smurfs."
- Spirou and Fantasio – Two intrepid journalists explore the world.
- TinTin – 20th-century reporter and his dog.
- Titeuf – The mysteries and delights of growing up.