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Dixie Road - T1 - Double planche de fin by Hugues Labiano - Comic Strip
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Dixie Road - T1 - Double planche de fin

Comic Strip
1996
Ink
45.2 x 35.5 cm (17.8 x 13.98 in.)
La planche finale.
Le 4ème de couverture qui reprend la dernière case.
Bonus : dédicace.

Description

Planches 45 & 46 : les 2 dernières de l'album.
La dernière case a également servi pour le 4ème de couverture.

En bonus, une dédicace de Hugues Labiano dans le tome 1 de Dixie Road.

Comment

Pour ceux qui ne connaitraient pas la série, je vous invite à aller voir là :
http://www.2dgalleries.com/art/dixie-road-tome-3-72394

Publications

  • Tome 1
  • Dargaud
  • 01/1997
  • Page 47
  • L'intégrale
  • Dargaud
  • 11/2004
  • Interior page

About Hugues Labiano

Born in Bayonne, Hugues Labiano moved to Paris after completing his studies in Plastic Arts to start a semi-professional comic artist in 1984. He worked for several fanzines in the early stages of his career. He was part of Canal-Choc in 1989, a collective directed by Christin and Mézières, which also included Philippe Chapelle and Philippe Aymond, and produced a series of albums for Les Humanoïdes Associés. Two years later, Labiano turned to Glénat publishers to create the 'Matador' series with writer Gani Jakupi until 1996. With the famous comics writer Jean Dufaux Labiano began 'Dixie Road', a comic about 1930s America, for Dargaud from 1997 until 2001. In 2003 and 2004, he made the diptych 'Mister George' with text by Serge Le Tendre and Rodolphe in the Lombard collection Signé. Labiano is back at Dargaud for the thriller series 'Black Op' in cooperation with Stephen Desberg since 2005. He additionally wrote and drew the historical adventure diptych 'Les quatre coins du monde' for this publisher in 2012. Text (c) Lambiek

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MattMurdock Dixie Road reste l'une de mes séries préférées, et selon moi le dernier scénario lisible de Dufaux, avant que son sexisme et sa mysognie emportent tout sur leur passage. De plus le trait de Labiano est delicat mais vif, et les visages sont superbement malaxés.
Sep 8, 2016, 5:02 PM