Editions Casterman and their distributor Flammarion are proud to be associated with the annual dinner of the Belgian Benevolent Society.

Founded in 1780 in Belgium, Casterman has always been part of the editorial landscape of the French-speaking world. Associated since the 1930s with The Adventures of Tintin, she has developed over the years an exceptional catalog of comics. The greatest authors, such as Hugo Pratt, Jacques Martin, Jacques Tardi, Enki Bilal, Moebius, etc., have contributed and still contribute to maintaining the very high quality of the collection. Authors from all over the world are also represented, e.g. Art Spiegelman, Jirô Taniguchi, Craig Thomson, etc.

The youth sector is not to be outdone with the Martine series, which continues to delight generations of young readers. Authors such as Gabrielle Vincent, François Place and more recently Anne Herbauts are now references in the world teeming with albums for young people.

Joining the Flammarion group in 1999, Casterman continues its work of discovery while ensuring the sustainability of its classics.

More details.