World’s largest comic strip recreated in Brussels

During a comic festival in Brussels, a scaled up reproduction of a Tintin adventure was created on the Brussels Grand Place. It measures 672 square meters (7,233 square feet). The article doesn’t mention if the feat was to be submitted to the Guinness Book of World records. The current record holder is a team in Germany who created a comic strip 782 ft wide – well below this Brussel’s effort. You might remember that Lucky Cow creator Mark Pett also attempted the record back in 2003 with a Lucky Cow strip measuring 135 ft wide.