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Le Rendez-vous de Sevenoaks title page by Jean-Claude Floc'h - Comic Strip

Le Rendez-vous de Sevenoaks title page

Comic Strip
Title page from Pilote 35, April 1977
Alternate scan


This page was first published in Pilote magazine 35 in 1977, as an introductory page to the Sevenoaks story. The blank space contained an essay by Rivière. Later it was used as the title page in the album.
Modern European ligne claire starts here!

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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comixfan Beautiful and very atmospheric. Is it a Herge homage?
May 6, 2015, 2:53 AM
jmc Un de mes livres de chevet! Lu, lu et relu!
Dec 12, 2014, 10:33 PM
DalKAIII An excellent memory of reading. Magnificent. Excellent choice.
Dec 31, 2013, 12:09 PM