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Julius Corentin Acquefacques, prisonnier des rêves - tome 2 (page 45) by Marc-Antoine Mathieu - Comic Strip
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Julius Corentin Acquefacques, prisonnier des rêves - tome 2 (page 45)

Comic Strip
circa 1991
Mixed Media
Encadrement palissandre et verre clarity filtre UV 92% avec la page extraite du livre

Description

Le tome 1 a obtenu le prix coup de coeur au festival d'Angoulême en 1991.

Dans ce deuxième tome, Julius Corentin Acquefacques est projeté au dehors de la ville et se retrouve plongé dans le "Rien", investi d'une périlleuse mission : découvrir la "QU...".

Mais QUe cachent ces premières lettres ? Une QUête, une QUalité, une QUantité, ou une nouvelle dimension ? Là est la QUestion...
(La dernière case de cette planche apporte la première touche de la réponse !)

Publication

  • La Qu...
  • Delcourt
  • 10/1991
  • Interior page

About Marc-Antoine Mathieu

Marc-Antoine Mathieu was born in Antony (Hauts-de-Seine), and raised in Angers. After attending art school in Angers, Mathieu co-founded the art agency Lucie Lom, which is best known for organizing exhibitions in Angoulême, Blois Paris and Bastia. He made his comic debut in 1987, when Futuropolis published his first album, 'Paris-Mâcon', which he had created with his brother Jean-Luc. During the nineties, he created several albums with the character 'Julius Corentin Acquefacques' for Delcourt, notable for their Kafkaesque style. Text (c) Lambiek

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