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Le Dossier Harding page 40 by Jean-Claude Floc'h, Francois Rivière - Comic Strip

Le Dossier Harding page 40

Comic Strip


The second album in the Albany and Sturgess trilogy was an Agatha Christie-like whodunnit. This page shows the moment when Francis Albany discovers who the murderer is. The page is pencilled and inked on thick vellum.


  • Le dossier Harding
  • Dargaud
  • 10/1980
  • Page 42

About Jean-Claude Floc'h

Jean-Claude Floc'h is an comic artist and illustrator who can be placed among the masters of the Clear Line, like Hergé and Joost Swarte. The younger brother of comic artist Jean-Louis Floch, Floc'h studied at the School of Decorative Arts in Paris and started his career making press and book illustrations. He created his first comic story, 'Le Conservateur', together with Rodolphe and it was published in Imagine in 1975. He was present in Pilote from 1977, where he teamed up with scriptwriter François Rivière to create 'Le Rendez-vous de Sevenoaks'. It was the first story to feature the character of the British writers Sir Francis Albany and Olivia Sturgess. Text (c) Lambiek


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