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Spirou et Fantasio : Luna Fatale couverture Spirou Magazine by Janry, Tome - Original Cover
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Spirou et Fantasio : Luna Fatale couverture Spirou Magazine

Original Cover
circa 1995
Ink
Pinceau
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Couverture publiée
Sur le bureau du maître

Description

Couverture Spirou Magazine 2971 du 25 mars 1995

Inscriptions

Yes

Comment

Déjà 25 ans que Luna Fatale est sorti...ET pas une ride!!
J’avais 14 ans à l’époque et je vous avoue que Luna était une créature de rêve pour moi.
Et que dire de cet album , toujours excellent , que nous avaient préparé Tome et Janry.
Une petite couverture toute simple , sans chichis , mais d’une efficacité redoutable.
Bonheur pour ma part.
Et puis, par ces temps de pandémie, qui ne rêverait pas d’un bisou d’une créature de ce type ;)
Du bonheur pour moi !!!
Édit: Difool ,ma chérie n est pas jalouse de celle ci ...;)

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About Janry

Jean-Richard Geurts, perhaps better known under his pseudonym Janry (born 2 October 1957), is a comics artist. With Tome he created Le Petit Spirou and made several Spirou et Fantasio albums. Born in Jadotville (now Likasi) in the Belgian Congo (now Democratic Republic of the Congo), he moved to Brussels, Belgium with his parents when he was ten years old, and went to school in Jodoigne.[1] His main hobby at the time was drawing, especially planes and other technological items. In 1974, he took a comics course where he learned to draw figures, and where he met Vandevelde, of the same age and also studying in Jodoigne, although at a different college. They became friends, and attended the same Art Academy in Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe studying the making of comics. There they met Stéphane De Becker, and the three together made comics, sharing the roles of author, artists, and colourist, but later they all would more or less specialize, with Janry mainly functioning as the artist.