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|Translation Name||Guust (Dutch)|
Gomer Goof (English)
Vakse Viggo (Danish)
Niilo Pielinen (Finnish)
Sergi Grapes (Catalan)
Tomás el Gafe (Spanish)
Gaša Šeprtlja (Serbian)
|Original run||February 28, 1957-present|
|Written by||André Franquin|
|Linked works||Spirou & Fantasio|
Gaston is a Belgian comic book series created by André Franquin and published by Dupuis.
The misadventures of Gaston Lagaffe, an office worker who slacks around, but often comes with outlandish ideas.
- Gaston Lagaffe
- Main article: Gaston Lagaffe
- Léon Prunelle
- An editor and Gaston's superior. He often gets angry at him. According to himself, he is "the only person that can get Gaston to work".
- Mademoiselle Jeanne
- One of Gaston's coworkers, an archivist at the office. It appears Gaston has feelings for her.
- Yves Lebrac
- One of Gaston's coworkers who is a cartoonist.
- Aimé de Mesmaeker
- A very important businessman. Prunelle must sign contracts with him so that he can invest in the office, but his plans are frustrated by Gaston every time.
- Fantasio was Gaston's superior during the early days of his appearances in Spirou. He was replaced by Léon Prunelle.
|1||Gare aux gaffes||1966|
|2||Gala de gaffes||1963|
|3||Gaffes à gogo||1964|
|4||Gaffes en gros||1965|
|5(?)||Les Gaffes d'un gars gonflé||1967|
|6||Des gaffes et des dégâts||1968|
|7||Un gaffeur sachant gaffer||1969|
|8||Lagaffe nous gâte||1970|
|9||Le Cas Lagaffe||1971|
|10||Le Géant de la gaffe||1972|
|11||Gaffes, bévues et boulettes||1973|
|12||Le Gang des gaffeurs||1974|
|13||Lagaffe mérite des baffes||1979|
|14||La Saga des gaffes||1982|
|15||Gaffe à Lagaffe !||1996|
The series was adapted into two live-action films: one in 1981 and in 2018. The first film, Fais gaffe à la gaffe!, released in 1981, did not feature Franquin's characters, since Franquin did not authorize the franchise to be adapted at that time. The second, Gaston Lagaffe, directed by Pierre-François Martin-Laval, was released in 2018.
The comic strip was adapted into a TV series produced by Marsu Productions and the studio Normaal.
- Two smartphone games based on the series were released in 2011.
- A 4D simulation ride, Gaffe à Gaston, is located in Parc Spirou, a theme park starring the characters from Spirou magazine.