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Blueberry - Jean Giraud / Ballade pour un cercueil

Comic Strip
1973
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Blueberry
Chihuahua
Mc Clure
Kimball
...et le fameux cercueil!!!

Description

« Ballade pour un cercueil » planche 28

Comment

Blueberry

Dessin : Jean Giraud

Cycle du trésor des confédérés

Planche 28 du tome 15 'Ballade pour un cercueil' paru chez Dargaud en 1974

Une planche qui m’avait tapé dans l’oeil et que je n’avais pas pu avoir.

Merci à son ancien proprietaire qui en disait: ”J'en ai vu passer des Blueberry depuis des années, mais là coup de coeur total, une planche de mon cycle préféré, Chihuahua Pearl, le Cercueil et des portaits de Blueb' de toute beauté, l'une des plus belles planches que j'ai vu dans ma vie de collectionneur.”

Publications

  • Ballade pour un cercueil
  • Lombard
  • 03/1977
  • Interior page
  • Int√©grale - Volume 5
  • Dargaud
  • 12/2016
  • Interior page

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About Jean Giraud

Jean Giraud had one of the most interesting double lives in comics history. Under his own name, he co-created the legendary western comic 'Blueberry' with writer Jean-Michel Charlier. He also used the shortened signature of "Gir" for this series. This cowboy series was noted for its highly realistic artwork and more gritty, complex and adult storylines, which had a tremendous impact on several other European western comics from the late 1960s on. Giraud also created another western series with Charlier, 'Jim Cutlass' (1979), but later wrote the stories himself while Christian Rossi provided artwork. As Moebius, he was one of the most innovative and influential comic artists of the 20th century. Text (c) Lambiek See also Moebius