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Gil Jourdan - Chaud et froid pl 21 by Maurice Tillieux - Comic Strip

Gil Jourdan - Chaud et froid pl 21

Comic Strip
48.5 x 39 cm (19.09 x 15.35 in.)


Encore une planche de Tillieux qui a été utilisée dans son découpage et les scènes de chaque vignette dans plusieurs aventures de ses personnages. Une planche équivalente a été publiée dans le journal Héroîc fantasy avec Felix - le souffle du diable, puis repris pour Ange Signe en 1953 dans le grand souffle. Puis pour Gil Jourdan, parue en 1968 dans le journal Spirou, puis en album en 1969.

About Maurice Tillieux

Maurice Tillieux (7 August 1921 – 2 February 1978) was a Belgian writer and comic artist. He is regarded by many as a major figure of post-war Belgian comics. Maurice Tillieux was born in Huy in 1921. At first he studied for the merchant navy, but his career prospects were sunk following the German invasion of Belgium in 1940. He claims that while waiting at Bordeaux for a ship that was to take him and his fellow students to South America, a Stuka dive-bomber attacked another ship, forcing Tillieux's to turn round and Tillieux to go home. He turned to writing and his first novel Le navire qui tue ses capitaines (The Ship that Kills its Captains) was published in 1943. Many of his stories would be set at sea or in the docks where his early ambitions may have developed. Two other novels are supposed to have been written at this time, but there seems to be some confusion as to whether or not they were actually published. Tillieux had already done some work as an artist.

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Guillaume81 Le coup de la balle tirée dans un peu de poudre, voilà encore une de ces astuces de scénario de Tillieux qui m'ont tant marqué !
Jan 7, 2020, 10:48 PM