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Dragan De Lazare, François Walthéry, Couv. hommage collateral Natacha Rubine - Original Cover

Couv. hommage collateral Natacha Rubine

Original Cover
30 x 42 cm (11.81 x 16.54 in.)
Couverture de l'épervier bleu


Dessin représentant la couverture d'hommage collatéral de Rubine et Natacha. En fait, il n'y a pas de dessin original de cette couverture puisque les dessins on ete des copiers coller et mis en forme informatiquement.
Cette couverture est très largement inspirée de la couverture de l'épervier bleu : "L'ennemi sous la mer" paru chez Dupuis en 1952.


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  • Hommage collatéral
  • Bardaf Éditions
  • 03/2019
  • Front cover


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About Dragan De Lazare

Dragan de Lazare was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1964 into a family of Yugoslav diplomats. He became interested in comics by reading the work of franco-belgian artists like Macherot, Deliège, Tillieux, Hermann and Franquin. In 1986, he decided to move to Paris, where he received an education in interior decorating. At the same time, he made several comic pages for Yugoslav comic magazines like Strip Zabavnik and Val Strip. In 1989, his work first appeared on the French market with 'Le Témoin', an album starring 'Yves Rokatansky'. Two years later, De Lazare met Mythic, who asked him to participate in the creation of 'Rubine' with François Walthéry. De Lazare has illustrated this police series until 2002, and then handed over the artwork to Boyan. He has also contributed to the Belgrade comic magazine Finesa. De Lazare eventually left the European comics profession and is now an editor of greetings cards in Belgrade, Serbia. He has also been working on new comic book projects with Bozidar Milojkovic (Bam), such as the adaptation of the classic western movie 'High Noon'. Text (c) Lambiek