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Spirou may refer to:

In comics:

  • Spirou (character), the eponymous main character of the comics series Spirou et Fantasio and Le Petit Spirou
  • Spirou (magazine), originally Le Journal de Spirou, Belgian weekly serial comics magazine
  • Spirou (video game), a video game based on the comics series
  • Spirou et Fantasio, comics series published in the serial journal and in hardcover book format
  • Spirou et Fantasio (comic book), a 1948 comic book that precedes the official Spirou et Fantasio series
  • Spirou et Fantasio (1993 TV series), 1993 animated series
  • Spirou et Fantasio (2006 TV series), 2006 animated series


  • Spirou Charleroi, Belgian professional basketball club
  • Spiroudome, indoor arena in Charleroi, Belgium
Spirou (magazine)

Spirou magazine is a weekly Franco-Belgian comics magazine published by the Dupuis company. First published 21 April 1938, it was an eight-page weekly comics magazine composed a mixture of short stories and gags, serial comics, and a handful of American comics, of which the most popular series would be collected as albums by Dupuis afterwards.

Spirou (comics)

Spirou ( Walloon for "squirrel, mischievous") is a Belgian comic strip character and protagonist in the comic strip series Spirou et Fantasio and Le Petit Spirou. He also serves as the mascot of the Belgian comic strip magazine Spirou.

Spirou (video game)

Spirou is a platform game developed and published by Infogrames Entertainment during 1995 and 1996 for the Sega Mega Drive, SNES and Game Boy video game consoles, and for Windows and DOS. A Sega Game Gear version was planned, but scrapped, though a prototype version was leaked online.

The game is based on the Spirou et Fantasio comic book series. It features the adventure of Spirou trying to save his kidnapped friend Count Champignac and stop his arch-enemy Cyanida from making robots rule the earth. The game was noted for its good graphics and for being faithful to Spirou et Fantasio the comic book series, but due to the relatively high difficulty, most reviewers only recommended the game for true fans of the comic book series.