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28/05/2016

Lyon creates the world’s longest comic strip

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A group of artists in the central French city of Lyon broke the record for the world’s longest comic strip with a 1.6 kilometre-long artwork.

The feat brings the figurative medal for the longest comic strip back to Lyon from New York, where a group in 2014 stole the French city’s 2011 record with a 1.2-kilometre (0.75-mile) sequence of drawings.

Drawn by art students from Lyon and Barcelona, the comic tells the story of a 16-year-old girl named Lea who travels in time with the help of a magic pen from the Ice Age to the year 10,000.






 
 

 
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