HEARTBREAK VALLEY - by SIMON ROUSSIN
Official Selection : Festival d'Angouleme 2013
The longest solar eclipse in human history, a private eye looking for the mysterious Jenny Moore, an epic journey through endless darkness and human madness… New leading artist Simon Roussin signs here a great story reminiscent of classic Hollywood noir.
80 pp / 24,7 x 31,6 cm / B&W
INVESTIGATION - ROAD-TRIP - SHADOW
THE JOURNEY - BY CLEMENT PAURD
"War makes mincemeat of heroes and do-gooders."
Firmin the soldier and his Captain are marching along the line of an endless horizon. While the Captain, pompous and sure of himself, soliloquizes about their struggle with the Enemy, Firmin waxes ironic about their vagabond situation: separated from their regiment, they are attempting to make their way back to the front. But no signs point the way, and the battle always seems to be happening a bit farther off …
250 pp / 18 x 23 cm / full color / ALREADY 3 VOLUMES AVAILABLES
TULIPE - by SOPHIE GUERRIVE
Official Selection : Festival d'Angouleme 2017
Tulip the Bear, leaning back against his tree, watches his companions bustle about in vain… Sophie Guerrive creates charming characters that each represent some aspect of human fragility. Tulip is the reflection of our neuroses, our ridiculousness, and our grandeur, as depicted in words both sublime and absurd !
160 pp / 17,5 x 23,5 cm / full color
CARTOONS - WISDOM - HUMOUR
HELIOS - by ETIENNE CHAIZE
Rights already sold : Spain (Fulgencio Pimentel)
One distant night, the sun stands still and stops on the horizon.
A cohort of characters, confronting its thousand and one dangers, go to the Sun,intending to convince it to resume its cycle…
Helios is a world teeming with life that enchants and astonishes on every page!
40 pp / 28,6 x 38 cm / full color
ASTONISHING GRAPHISM - SEARCH & FIND - SCI-FI
Capitaine mulet - by SOPHIE GUERRIVE
A long journey through a madcap Middle Ages, with a naïve yet enthusiastic hero ! Braving seas and storms, Mulet and his friends are living epic adventures, from the King’s dungeon to the palace of an Oriental pasha…
232 pp / 17,5 x 24,7 cm / B&W
ADVENTURE - MIDDLE-AGE - HUMOUR
cannE de fer et lucifer - by léon marEt
Gaston Martin is a somewhat naïve orphan wandering the world of Revolutionary France (a country shaken by upheavals) with his dog Ledraoulec: a total innocent, but exceptionally and inexplicably gifted for fighting. A surprising, amusing, and reinvigorating graphic novel !
288 pp / 17,5 x 24,7 cm / B&W
ADVENTURE - FRENCH REVOLUTION - HUMOUR
lemon jefferson - by Simon roussin
Official Selection : Festival d'Angoulême 2012
In this headlong tale where every turn of the plot is more outrageous than the last, creator Simon Roussin embarks on a quest to rediscover the breathless joy he felt when reading as a child, well-served by astonishing art.
72 pp / 24,5 x 31,5 cm / full color
POST-APOCALYPTIC ADVENTURE - GRAPHIC NOVEL
prisonnier des glaces - by Simon roussin
The celebrated aviator Ferdinand Pépin relentlessly surveys the endless icefields of the Great North. Braving the elements, he searches for traces of Charles Robinson’s vanished dirigible…
Broken Wings - Prisoner of the Ice is a genuine adventure yarn, equally suited to pure-hearted youngsters and older readers nostalgic for serials.
48 pp / 28,5 x 32 cm / full color
ADVENTURE - AVIATIONS PIONNEERS - NORTH POLE
bob & sally sont des copains - by matthias arégui
Fowl, fish, sun, vines, and earthworms fill an idyllic island.
Here, in the original paradise, Bob and Sally are the first two friends in all the world.
120 pp / 21 x 30 cm / B&W with greyscales
GRAPHIC NOVEL - FRIENDSHIP - NATURE
il se passe des choses - by guillaume chauchat
Things Are Afoot is a stylish and sensitive triptych about the weight of family, fate, and tradition. Endearing characters, hilarious situations, and fleeting moments of poetry make up the delicate and comical universe of Guillaume Chauchat.
112 pp / 21 x 29,6 cm / B&W / 3 VOLUMES AVAILABLES
GRAPHIC NOVEL - HUMOUR - POETRY
VU, lu ! - collectif
Picturing Letters is a celebration of hand-lettering. From the Middle Ages to today, typographers and illustrators have produced chic, astonishing, odd, and sometimes even monstrous alphabets. With calligrams, pangrams, and other typographical delights, Picturing Letters is an invitation to rediscover the pictorial qualities of letters.
96 pp / 21,3 x 28,6 cm / full color
TYPOGRAPHY - ARCHIVAL BOOK - ABC-BOOK
HIstoire de la sainte-russie - by gustave doré
Official Selection : Festival d'Angoulême 2014
Rights already sold : Italy (Eris Edizioni)
Far more than an artifact of mere historical interest, this work displays an inventiveness and freedom of expression every bit as experimental as the most avant-garde contemporary comics.
112 pp / 23 x 30,5 cm / B&W
Rights already sold : Poland (Centrala)
ARCHIVAL BOOK - HISTORY - HUMOUR
les derniers dinosaures - by donatien mary & didier de calan
Comet? Ice Age? Volcanic eruption? POPPYCOCK! Find out, at long last, THE truth about our ancestors the dinosaurs…
A clever mix of humor and poetry whose analytic acumen is equaled only by its scientific accuracy!
64 pp / 25 x 34,5 cm / full color
ILLUSTRATED BOOK - DINOSAURS - PARODY
le voyage céleste extatique - by clément vuillier
Jean and Cosmiel have been touched freed from the contingencies of their physical forms, and they're going to a silent and contemplative journey, punctuated now and then by lessons in metaphysical trivia… Through strange perspectives, sumptuous backdrops, and his pair of enlightened cranks, Clément Vuillier surprises, astonishes, and even better—inspires wonder.
120 pp / 15,8 x 21,7 cm / B&W with greyscales