Archibald Higgins

Archibald Higgins is the main character of the scientific comics series of "The Adventures of Archibald Higgins", created by the French engineer Jean-Pierre Petit as a translation of his French series "Les Aventures d'Anselme Lanturlu" first created in 1980.[1][non-primary source needed]

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DescriptionEdit

This science comics series explains scientific concepts: cosmology, general relativity, topology, anatomy, MHD, fluid mechanics, astrophysics, geometry, economy, aeronautics...[2][non-primary source needed]

SeriesEdit

  • Petit, Jean-Pierre (1982). Adventures of Archibald Higgins: Euclid Rules OK?. Translated by Stewart, Ian. Lonrdres: John Murray, Londres. ISBN 0-7195-3983-8. and Petit, Jean-Pierre (1985). Here's looking at Euclid (and not looking at Euclid),. Los Altos, California: W. Kaufmann. ISBN 0-86576-092-6.
  • Petit, Jean-Pierre (1982). Flight of fancy [Si on volait?]. Translated by Stewart, Ian. Londres: John Murray. ISBN 0-7195-3982-X. and Petit, Jean-Pierre (1985). Flight of fancy. Los Altos, California: W. Kaufmann. ISBN 0-86576-084-5.
  • Petit, Jean-Pierre (1982). Informagic [L'informagique]. Translated by Stewart, Ian. Londres, France: John Murray. ISBN 0-7195-3981-1. and Petit, Jean-Pierre (1985). Computer magic [L'informagique]. Translated by Stewart, Ian. Los Altos, California: W. Kaufmann. ISBN 0-86576-067-5.
  • Petit, Jen-Pierre (1985). The black hole [Trou Noir]. Translated by Stewart, Ian. Los Altos, California: W. Kaufmann. ISBN 0-86576-069-1.
  • Petit, Jean-Pierre (1985). Everything is relative [Tout est relatif]. Translated by Stewart, Ian. Los Altos, California: W. Kaufmann. ISBN 0-86576-068-3.
  • Petit, Jean-Pierre (1986). Big bang [Big bang]. Translated by Stewart, Ian. Los Altos, California: W. Kaufmann. ISBN 0-86576-070-5.
  • Petit, Jean-Pierre (1985). Run, robot, run [À quoi rêvent les robots?]. Translated by Stewart, Ian. Los Altos, California: W. Kaufmann. ISBN 0-86576-083-7.
  • Petit, Jean-Pierre (1986). The silence barrier [Mur du silence]. Translated by Stewart, Ian. Los Altos, California: W. Kaufmann. ISBN 0-86576-096-9.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bandes dessinees de vulgarisation scientifique. Qu'est-ce que Lanturluland?". lanturlu.free.fr. Retrieved 2019-02-25.
  2. ^ "France Inter radio: Interview with Jean-Pierre Petit" (MP3). savoir-sans-frontieres.com. Retrieved 8 May 2021..