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Bob Fish et les frères siamois - PL 33 by Yves Chaland - Comic Strip
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Bob Fish et les frères siamois - PL 33

Comic Strip
1980
Ink
43.8 x 31.9 cm (17.24 x 12.56 in.)
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Le jeune Albert, Bob Fish et sa nouvelle voiture dans la même planche! Que demander de plus?
Planche 33 de l'album publié en 1981 aux Humanoïdes Associés. Histoire prépubliée en 1980 dans Métal Hurlant des numéros 52 à 57.

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  • Bob Fish
  • Les Humanoïdes Associés
  • 01/1981
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About Yves Chaland

Yves Chaland (April 3, 1957 in Lyon, France – July 18, 1990, France (car accident) was a French cartoonist. During the 1980s, together with Luc Cornillon, Serge Clerc and Floc'h, he launched the Atomic style, a stylish remake of the Marcinelle School in Franco-Belgian comics.Chaland published his first strips in the fanzine Biblipop when he was 17. During his studies at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Saint-Etienne, he created his own fanzine, L'Unité de Valeur, in 1976, with Luc Cornillon.[2] In 1978, he met writer/editor Jean-Pierre Dionnet, and they collaborated on features published in the Franco-Belgian comics magazines Métal Hurlant and Ah Nana. These pastiches of 50s comics have been collected in the album Captivant.