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Demain...les Monstres by Jean-Yves Mitton - Comic Strip
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Demain...les Monstres

Comic Strip
1990
Ink

Description

Planche 01 de la Fable 04

Comment

Cinq fables pessimistes de science-fiction où les monstres , qu'il s'agisse d'extra-terrestres ou encore de machines ultra-sophistiquées sont omniprésents ...

Un final qui vous fera penser à la "4e dimension" dans le sens où l'Humanité ne s'en sort jamais vraiment. Et si elle s'en sort ... elle n'en sort de toute façon pas grandie.

Cette BD était créditée d'une suite "Demain... les étoiles" (qui n'a jamais vu le jour)

Extrait de la chronique du 17/07/2013 sur le site CoinBD.com

Publications

  • Demain...les monstres
  • Soleil Productions
  • 06/1994
  • Interior page
  • Demain... les monstres
  • Semic
  • 09/1990
  • Interior page

About Jean-Yves Mitton

Jean-Yves was born in Toulouse and studied Fine Arts in Lyon. After completing his studies, he found employment in the retouching studio of Lug publishers. Here, he discovered American and Italian comics. In 1980, he started the saga 'Mikros' in Mustang and Titans, and made a comic adaptation of the television series 'Blackstar'. Continuing his work on superheroes, he illustrated stories with 'Cosmo' and 'Photonik', and created 'Epsilon' and 'Kronos'. From 1989 to 2004, Mitton took over 'De Silence et de Sang' from Marc Malès at publisher Glénat (scripts by Cortegianni). Next, he began a series about the Gaulish-Roman time: 'Vae Victis' with Simon Rocca (Soleil, 1991-2006) and a comic about pirates, 'Les survivants de l'Atlantique' (Soleil, 1992-2003). Between 1994 and 2000, he produced his series 'Chroniques Barbares', a saga about a tribe of vikings, for Soleil Productions. Additionally, he has made 'Quetzalcoatl' for Glénat since 1997. Text (c) Lambiek

Thematics

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MattMurdock L'un de mes premiers contacts avec la science-fiction. Et chaque récit de ce TOP BD avait de quoi vous rendre misanthrope.
Feb 6, 2017, 5:23 PM