For sale - Bergèse : Buck Danny tome 50 planche 26 by Francis Bergèse - Comic Strip
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Bergèse : Buck Danny tome 50 planche 26

Comic Strip
Ink
50 x 36.5 cm (19,69 x 14,37 in.)
Price : 2,800 €  [$]

Comment

Francis Bergèse : Buck Danny tome 50 "Sabotage au Texas", planche 26. A noter que la couverture de l'album reprend cette séquence et la dernière case. Album paru aux éditions Dupuis en 2002.

Encre de chine sur papier. Dimensions : 36,5x50 cms.

Publication

  • Sabotage au Texas
  • Dupuis
  • 12/2002
  • Interior page

About Francis Bergèse

At a very early age, Francis Bergèse was already fascinated by airplanes, and he obtained a flying licence at the incredibly young age of seventeen. His first work appeared in the monthly L'Étoile in 1963. He then drew his first complete stories in J2 Jeunes between 1964 and 1966. Then, through a press agency, he produced hundreds of pages for the magazines Zorro ('Jacques Renne', his first aviation comic), Amigo, Ajax, Cap 7 and Signe de Piste. He also made 'Les 3 Cascadeurs', 'Les 3 A' and 'Michel dans la Course' in Cyclomoto between 1969 and 1971, while also making some parodies in Télé-magazine and contributions to Francs-Jeux. In the early 1980s, he did some comics about World War II for Larousse and Ouest-France, but his big breakthrough came in 1983, when he was assigned to continue the 'Buck Danny' series after the death of Victor Hubinon. After the death of the original scriptwriter Jean-Michel Charlier, Bergèse made one story in cooperation with Jacques De Douhet, but eventually took on the scriptwriting himself. From 1990 to 1994, Bergèse also made some 'Biggles' adaptations. Today, Bergèse is considered the leading artist in the field of aviation comics and illustration. Bergèse made his final 'Buck Danny' story in 2008. Text (c) Lambiek

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