Dr. Krackq, Dr. Puff and Dr. Hahblle  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Dr. Krackq, Dr. Puff and Dr. Hahblle are the three protagonists of Grandville's Un autre monde, in which they explore a parallel world. They call themselves néo-dieux (Neo-Gods), a kind of demiurges, as one source describes them.

Here[1] is their portrait, I've been unable to determine who is who. Presumably, the one in the middle is Puff, since the caption reads: "Le Dieu Puff fit les deux autres néo-dieux à son image."

Here is the full text from that caption:

Le dieu Puff fit les deux autres néo-dieux à son image. Il ne leur interdit ni la pipe ni le paletot, il leur permit même de porter la barbe et des décorations, et il leur laissa les noms de Krackq et de Hahblle, sous lesquels ils étaient connus dans pas mal de billards, de divans, et autres sociétés savantes et comme il faut.

Here[2] are their signatures, and here[3] is their tomb.




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