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421 - Les Années de brouillard - planche 14 Maltaite / Desberg by Éric Maltaite, Stephen Desberg - Comic Strip
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421 - Les Années de brouillard - planche 14 Maltaite / Desberg

Comic Strip
1990
Ink
Détails de deux cases
Version définitive publiée
1ère version recouverte par une rustine ... (plus jolie que celle publiée à mon avis)

Comment

421, planche n°14 à l'encre de Chine et à la gouache blanche de l'épisode "Les Années de brouillard" publié aux Editions Dupuis en 1990. Le fils de Will nous offre un beau passage au graphisme contrasté agrémenté des héros et mis en valeur par des décors orientaux. La rustine dans la dernière case laisse découvrir une version inédite de la femme.

About Éric Maltaite

Brussels-born Éric Maltaite learned the comic trade from his father, Willy Maltaite, the comic artist better known as Will. After brief appearances in Tintin and BideVision, he started out helping his father on some of the 'Tif et Tondu' short stories. Eventually, in 1978, he teamed up with his father's scenarist, Stephen Desberg, to work on his own comics. After humorous series like 'Jules et Gil' and 'La Famille Hérodius', Maltaite and Desberg came up with the espionnage series '421', starring special agent Jimmy Plant (a name derived from Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page and Robert Plant). The graphics of the series were at first strongly influenced by the humorous style of Will. Eventually, the artwork turned more realistic, as did the scripts. In the mid-1980s, Maltaite also started a collaboration with Denis Lapière for the exotic series 'Mono Jim', that was at first published in L'Écho des Savanes. After quiting '421' and their affiliation with publisher Dupuis in 1992, Maltaite and Desberg continued their collaboration at P & T Productions with the series 'Carmen Lamour'. Maltaite reappeared in Spirou with 'Nationale Zéro' (scripts by Janssens, 1995) and 'Dédé et Dédé' (scripts by Jean-Michel Thiriet, 1997). In 1999 he also returned to L'Écho des Savanes with erotic stories like 'Robinsonne, la Naufragée' and '1001 Nuits de Schéhérazade' Text (c) Lambiek

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tzynn Elle est top, elle me plait bcp. C'est de plus un très bel album
Oct 3, 2016, 1:42 PM