Roger Believe is an Italian comic from the 1980s and 1990s, published by Bernardo Fiaccacolo Editore in Milan. Roger Believe is often compared to similar Italian comics from the same time period, such as Dylan Dog, Martin Mystère, and Nathan Never. Roger Believe was created by writer Giuseppe Pagnacco and artist Beppe Fagana, and cover art was done by Alessandro Scafagna.
In the comic, Roger Believe wakes to find himself in Paris in an alternate 1940s. Unable to remember how he got there, Roger struggles to come to terms with a life he doesn’t remember, and a past he can’t forget. Never giving up on his quest to solve his own puzzle, Roger works as a Private Detective, solving strange mysteries with the help of Commissioner Marchant and Lady Bala, as well as his manservant Gregor from his home on Rue de Recolette.
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Monday, Jul 17, 2017
by Ned Wazowski
Taking a break from the big show
Summer is upon us, and for most of us that means a trip to San Diego for Comic-Con. However, for the first time since 2010, the Curio & Co. staff will be taking a break from the mega convention.
But don’t worry: We won’t just be lolling around the beach. Instead, we’ll be hard at work in the archives preparing some treasures for release from the vault.
So whether you’re headed to San Diego or will just be following all the Comic-Con antics online – Have a great show!
(And then come back and tell us all about it.)