I did enjoy this museum, even though I'm not the world's biggest fan of comic strips. It had a nice variety of items on display covering most of the more popular comic strips, specifically, Dutch comics. There were small sections on other popular European and American comics, and an extremely small section on Japanese comics and, on the top floor, some Nikelodeon cartoons.
There are some rather strange things to discover here, like the fact that Donald Duck is very popular in the Netherlands! I also learned about Fokke & Sukke which I found entertaining. My favourite comic in the whole museum was one about a husband reluctantly appreciating his wife's bad knitting (of course, I am a knitter).
However, if you aren't a Dutch speaker, you really want to have a Dutch speaking guide with you to translate most of the information and comics, as there is very little English, and even with comics they are quite hard to follow unless you can understand what is written! I also thought that the price was a little steep.
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