Kerascoet, Donjon Crepuscule by Joann Sfar, Lewis Trondheim, Kerascoët - Comic Strip
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Kerascoet, Donjon Crepuscule

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Planche de choix réclamée aux auteurs; 2 ans pour arriver à se retrouver et avoir enfin cette planche. Parce que Donjon, c'est un reflet de la vie et que je me suis retrouvé dans cette planche avec mes responsabilités vis a vis des enfants et surtout du boulot. Il faudra plus que cette planche pour me convaincre que diriger c'est grisant, mais bon.
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About Joann Sfar

Nice-born Joann Sfar studied painting before enrolling at the Parisian School of Fine Arts in the Morphology section. He made his debut in 1994 when the publishing house Cornélius published his first book, 'Les Aventures d'Ossour Hyrsidoux'. He then became one of the regular artists of the renewing publishing house L'Association, and published his comics on a regular base in the movement's review Lapin, and in its Patte de Mouche collection. With Lewis Trondheim, he launched the 'Donjon' saga in 1998, which became a hype in the comics world. This series, about a fictive kingdom, has been added up with several sub-series. While Sfar and Trondheim do both scenario and the artwork on the main series, several befriended artists were assigned to draw the spin-offs. Christophe Blain did the 'Donjon Potron-Minet' series, situated 100 years before the main title, that is now called 'Donjon Zénith'. The 'Donjon Crépuscule' series was situated in the future, and drawn by Sfar.

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