Jordi Bernet, Torpedo, grande illustration - Original Illustration

Torpedo, grande illustration

Original Illustration
30 x 33.5 cm (11.81 x 13.19 in.)
Special USA


Torpedo, illustrattion reprenant à la couverture de L'Echo Des Savanes SPECIAL USA 17, de 1985)pour les chapitres RIP et Amen republiés en 2010 aux états unis. Je pense que le dessin date de 2010.

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About Jordi Bernet

Jordi Bernet Cussó is a Spanish comics artist, best known for the gangster comics series Torpedo and Jonah Hex. He was born in Barcelona, the son of a Spanish comic book artist, Miguel Bernet. He made his debut in comics at fifteen, continuing his father's humorous series Doña Urraca (Mrs. Magpie) after his death in 1960, under the pseudonym "Jordi". While this could support his family, it did not satisfy his artistic ambitions that were inspired by artists such as Hal Foster, Alex Raymond and Milton Caniff. From 1962, Bernet developed a more realistic style, and took on smaller assignments from Italian and British publishers, until he started illustrating for the Franco-Belgian comics magazine Spirou in 1965. He drew the series Dan Lacombe with his uncle Miguel Cussó as writer, and created a similar series Paul Foran with writer José Larraz, but due to disagreements over editing decisions by Dupuis, Bernet ended the relationship with Spirou.