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Jeremiah p28 T16 by Hermann, Hermann Huppen - Comic Strip
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Jeremiah p28 T16

Comic Strip
circa 1992
Ink
Pinceau japonais (stylo pinceau)
48 x 36.5 cm (18.9 x 14.37 in.)
Tier 1
Tier 2
Tier 3

Description

La ligne rouge
Planche 28
Tome 16
Editions Dupuis (collection Repérages) octobre 1992
Repris dans l'Intégrale Jeremiah Tome éditions 4 juin 2007

Comment

Happy to add this page to my collection as the first page of 2020, a new decade. Beautiful panels and inking with all of Hermann's talents on display from story telling and layout to shadows and gesture.

Kurdy tombant amoureux, cela ne peut faire que des étincelles! Surtout quand la belle en question est en couple avec un parrain local..

Hermann introduit la page par un ras du sol mettant en valeur le physique de la dulcinée. Il varie ensuite les cadrages et clairs obscurs avec des dialogues en forme de réparties plus ou moins ironique afin de rendre cette scène de nuit à la fois dynamique et réaliste.

Du pur cinéma sur papier.

Nb: L'auteur vient de delaisser l'Artpen pour passer au stylo pinceau sur Bois-Maury et Jeremiah.

Grand Prix de la ville d'Angoulême 2016

Publications

  • La ligne rouge
  • Dupuis
  • 10/1992
  • Page 28
  • Volume 4
  • Dupuis
  • 06/2007
  • 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.