This chapter demonstrates that the fields of comic-book production and circulation in various regional histories introduce new postcolonial vocabularies, reconstitute conventional 'image-functions' in established social texts and political systems, and present competing narratives of resistance and rights. In this sense, postcolonial comic cultures are of particular significance in the context of a newly global and politically recomposed landscape. The chapter focuses on various important geographical locations along south to north migratory trajectories, it explores the range of diversity including but not limited to the experiences of locals, tourists, immigrants, both legal and illegal, and those in the interstices of such overdetermined categories. Though 'Les Visiteurs de Gibraltar' chronicles Stassen's journey to learn more about migratory patterns from Africa to Europe, it is not presented as a first-person narrative. Stassen takes up this dual nature of the Mediterranean sea in 'Les Visiteurs de Gibraltar' and uses it to reconfigure how contemporary migration is understood in Europe.