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Hermann, Comanche,..Et le diable by Hermann, Greg - Comic Strip
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Hermann, Comanche,..Et le diable

Comic Strip
1980
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Livre de Philippe Tomblaine "L'encre Noire du sanglier des Ardennes"

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Hermann, planche 31 de l'album Et le diable hurla de joie.
case-case: 32x42.5cm
Entièrement à l'encre de chine
achat 2015 entre privés.

Comment

On a tous en tète certaines planches. Pas des milliers, mais trois ou quatre par auteur qu'on apprécie..sans savoir ou elles sont.. sans les chercher non plus pensant qu'elles sont inaccessibles ou bien ancrées chez leurs propriétaires...et puis des fois on reçoit un mail sur un ton désinvolte d'un mec sympa...
A savoir pourquoi, celle-ci faisait partie de mes favorites dans l'oeuvre d'Hermann sur Comanche…je la connais bien puisque j'ai la suivante http://2dg.me/iq1... Et pourtant, on est loin du brouhaha ou de la bagarre, du gunfight ou de la chevauchée sauvage...non…c'est une de mes favorites tout simplement parce que ça glisse en silence sur un plan d'eau une nuit de pleine lune...

Publications

  • Et le diable hurla de joie...
  • Lombard
  • 01/1981
  • Page 33
  • Petites histoires originales
  • Asbl Musée Jijé
  • 2016-11-24
  • Interior page

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About Hermann

Hermann Huppen is a Belgian comic book artist. He is better known under his pen-name Hermann. He is most famous for his post-apocalyptic comic Jeremiah which was made into a television series. After studying to become a furniture maker and working as interior architect, Hermann made his debut as comic book artist in 1964 in the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Spirou with a four page story. Greg noticed his talent and offered him to work for his studio. In 1966, he began illustrating the Bernard Prince series written by Greg, published in Tintin magazine. In 1969, also in collaboration with Greg, he began the western series Comanche. This appeared at the same time as other western series such as Blueberry. Since the early 1990s, Hermann has alternated his work on 'Jeremiah' and 'Bois-Maury' with several independent stories. He was awarded the 'Grand Prix de la ville d'Angoulême' in 2016.