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#Comics It is the sports manga of the moment, 6th in the TOP Oricon in Japan in 2017, it went 5th in 2018, ranking just behind the reboot of Slam Dunk in cumulative…
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#Manga Probably the work I most appreciated of this kind is being tackled. I'm not going to lie to you, after it was read, I had a furious desire to box! In this…
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#Manga Kuroko's Basketball, originally named Kuroko no basuke, is one of the most popular sports mangas in Japan. Long among the TOP 10 of Japanese sales exhibited in the top Oricon, a top…
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Regularly reprinted, regularly exhausted, fans had long been waiting for a definitive edition of this cult comic book. A title that began in the early 1970s with a fairly short horror story, in…
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#comic strips A talented illustrator who came late to comics, Charles Burns draws black stories on a black background. He started his career in comics with pastiches of horror stories and strange detective…
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#comic strips For a long time I thought Sandman was the most fascinating, mysterious and poetic comic book ever written. With Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman is one of his incredible screenwriters who propose…
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#comic We twist the rule of the game a little, it is not strictly speaking a graphic novel, but we did not want to ignore the work of Robert Crumb who influenced several…
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#BD This book is one of the most powerful graphic works written and drawn on adolescence and its malaise, the transition to adulthood and its share of existential questions, with an omnipresence of…
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#BDThis is the craziest and most successful comic book in recent years. This rewriting of the character invented by Jack Kirby in 1971 at the same time as the Neo-Gods (The New Gods),…
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#BD After the incredible Arab of the Future, Riad Sattouf reinvents Le Petit Nicolas with a direct connection to current events. Through Esther's daily adventures (her family, friends, school, vision of the world,…
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#BD. Howard Phillips Lovecraft's works, which are reputed to be unsuitable, fascinate creators who regularly rub shoulders with his texts. From Alberto Breccia and his ghostly creatures to Richard Corben and his rehearsals;…
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#BD A strange fable that resonates with current events, Femme sauvage looks at several phenomena that are very present in the media, the relationship of the individual to the state & deprivations of…
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#BD I really like this type of initiation story, from a key moment in the transition to adulthood. A genre in its own right in literature, but ultimately not very common in comics,…
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#BD Polar with its absurd humour, populated by anti-heroes with an unknown writer caught in a serial killer case as a leading figure, La Tournée installs its Kafkaesque universe in bookstores. The British…
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#BD One of the most confusing and aesthetic books you will come across this year, this Portrait of a Drinker is a three-author work that mixes universes & styles to look like no…
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#Comics Are we all someone's pests? The word is strong to open this album all in pastel and which gives pride of place to the landscapes of Northern Italy. Talking about our time,…
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#BD Announced by Fabien Vehlmann since 2013, this long and short story was to appear in the contents of the digital magazine Professeur Cyclope. Six years later, a first 200-page volume, the beginning…
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#BD Much awaited by fans, this ambitious project was promoted through images posted on social networks and a joint release of the album in English and French. One of the leading designers of…
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#BD For the fans of Good Night Punpun, this is very, very good news, for the others it is the opportunity to start in the universe of Inio Asano, with two series easier…
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Several characters bear this name after this episode, but it will be Carole Danvers who will make the best use of it. In 1977, the House of Ideas launched Ms. Marvel, a new…