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Daily strip Shredded in the daily newspaper Metro stops

Daily strip Shredded in the daily newspaper Metro stops

Chips, the fixed daily strip in the daily newspaper Metro, it quits. The strip has almost six years in the newspaper stood. Author Aimée de Jongh made Monday on its website announced that upcoming Thursday, the final episode appears.

In the partly autobiographical strip was the fictional character Stef of the everyday body. Since the autumn of 2011 appeared Chips on the Subway. There were now eight bundles with Chips in the leading role.

“I have changed,” says De Jongh in a statement on its site. “In the past months it became increasingly harder to make the jokes for Chips on paper. Sometimes it took three hours for a joke to come up. I was just sketching, writing, scratches, and especially staring at the paper, just as long as I have a good joke. And then I had four more.”

Moreover, they want the writer focus more on stripromans. In 2014 she published her first book The Return of the honey buzzard, which has now also been filmed.

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