Ensemble de trois magnifiques planches qui se suivent. Séquence des moutons qui changent de couleur en traversant le cours d'eau. Pour l'anecdote, les planches originales ne comportant pas de couleurs, la séquence était incompréhensible en l'état. Andreas a accepté très gentiment de recolorer les moutons et la tache de sang qui assure la transition avec la grande case du meurtre.
Andreas Martens is a German-born Belgian comic artist best known for his science fiction serials 'Rork', 'Arq' and 'Capricorne'. Born in Weißenfels, East Germany, Martens studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf. He eventually ended up at the Brussels Saint-Luc Institute, where he studied with young ambitious comics artists like Berthet, Foerster and Cossu.
Adapting his first name as his pseudonym, his first work appeared in the Saint-Luc magazine Le 9e Rêve, and subsequently created 'Udolfo' in cooperation with his teacher Eddy Paape in Tintin. In the same magazine, he embarked on the philosophical fantasy comic series 'Rork' in 1978. The series was collected in books by Le Lombard between 1984 and 1993 and in between his work on the 'Rork' stories, Andreas published many genre one-shot comics, which cleverly expanded the limits of the comics medium.
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