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    Geo-Tintin C'est L'aventure , Plantu, Hergé, 24421

    €14.41

    Geo-Tintin C'est L'aventure , Plantu, Hergé

     

    Plantu invites us to rediscover Tintin, thanks to the look he casts on Hergé's work and on the world. Hergé, Plantu, two multifaceted artists, two chroniclers of their time, two essential comic works. The first, after rubbing shoulders with the press cartoons, let his genius shine through in the many adventures of Tintin, among others. The second, after an attempt at comic strips, imposed his sharp eye and his mischievous stroke over the decades, more specifically on the cover of the prestigious newspaper Le Monde for fifty years. This special issue invites these two spirits to dialogue, beyond time, and when they have never met. The influence, sometimes unconscious, that Hergé had on Plantu, visible in the numerous tributes drawn by the latter, their common themes, their openness to the world and their explorer spirit, their animal companions, one a dog, the other a mouse, are as many doors as this book offers, thus inviting you to (re)discover two abundant universes.

     

     

    96 pages

     

    Format: 24,1x30,4cm

     

    Inner paper: offset 120g

     

    Cover: 300g paper with embossing and varnish, with flaps

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    Geo-Tintin C'est L'aventure , Plantu, Hergé

     

    Plantu invites us to rediscover Tintin, thanks to the look he casts on Hergé's work and on the world. Hergé, Plantu, two multifaceted artists, two chroniclers of their time, two essential comic works. The first, after rubbing shoulders with the press cartoons, let his genius shine through in the many adventures of Tintin, among others. The second, after an attempt at comic strips, imposed his sharp eye and his mischievous stroke over the decades, more specifically on the cover of the prestigious newspaper Le Monde for fifty years. This special issue invites these two spirits to dialogue, beyond time, and when they have never met. The influence, sometimes unconscious, that Hergé had on Plantu, visible in the numerous tributes drawn by the latter, their common themes, their openness to the world and their explorer spirit, their animal companions, one a dog, the other a mouse, are as many doors as this book offers, thus inviting you to (re)discover two abundant universes.

     

     

    96 pages

     

    Format: 24,1x30,4cm

     

    Inner paper: offset 120g

     

    Cover: 300g paper with embossing and varnish, with flaps

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    24421