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September 25, 2017

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Suite Française: Storm in June (Review)

Suite Française: Storm in June Arsenal Pulp Press, 2915 Writers: Irène Némirovsky (novel), Emmanuel Moynot (comic), David Homel (translator) The story behind the story has been told many times, and it is nonetheless well-worth repeating. Two daughters, Denise and Elisabeth Epstein, improbably escaped the Holocaust in World War 2, assisted by a German officer who

The Incal (Review)

The Incal Publishers: Epic Comics, Les Humanoides Associes Writers:Alejandro Jodorowsky and Moebius (a.k.a. Jean Giraud) Within the worlds of pop culture, there are certain bodies of work that are so powerful in their impact, that their reputations can precede them through their own inspirational descendants. A perfect example of this is “The Lord of The

Hostage (Review)

Hostage Penguin House / Jonathan Cape, 2017 Writer: Guy Delisle. Translator: Helge Dascher This is our latest review of independently published comic books, following on from Free Comic book Day on 5 May 2017. Links to our previous reviews are here, here and here. This review is only technically an independent publication, in the sense

Valérian and Laureline: From French Comic Book to Hollywood Motion Picture

Valérian and Laureline Daugard, 1967-2010 Writer: Pierre Christin French director Luc Besson is soon to release a motion picture called “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets“, starring actors Cara Delevingne and Dane DeHaan. The source material for the film is a very famous French comic book series, “Valérian and Laureline” which has been

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