Spiff and Hercules 2021

Pif et Hercule is a French funny cartoon named highlighting a human earthy colored yellow canine (“Pif”) and a dark white feline (“Hercule”) who, in spite of being closest companions, are continually battling in a kinship/disdain relationship. The personality of Pif was made by José Cabrero Arnal for the French Communist Party paper L’Humanité on 28 March 1948 and the feline Hercule was presented two years after the fact. The characters’ enemy is Krapulax, who in spite of his baby like highlights consistently has a malevolent plot in store.[1]

Pif later got his own magazine (Pif Gadget), which was well known as in addition to the fact that it included a few distinctive funny cartoons, however offered a toy contraption in each issue. He was likewise the magazine’s mascot. Hercule additionally got his own variant of Spiff’s magazine, this one called Super Hercule, yet his magazine was more joke-arranged. A progression of 65 26-minute energized kid’s shows highlighting the characters was created in 1989 by Europe Images/M5 in France. Each program comprised of two scenes. Joined Kingdom TV slot Channel 4 circulated the arrangement in 1993.  jolie-bobine

The experiences of Pif additionally showed up as Spiff and Hercules in English interpretation in the British socialist paper the Daily Worker (later The Morning Star) until the mid-1970s.References

Annessa Ann Babic Comics as History, Comics as Literature 1611475570 – 2013 “In the humoristic “Pif et Hercule” arrangement, after which the magazine took its name, Pif (the canine) and Hercule (the feline) needed the support of Professor Belpomme, an African researcher”


Hercules (Heracles)



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