Catherine Meurisse

She was the only woman on the team of full-time artists at Charlie Hebdo. Catherine Meurisse narrowly escaped the 7th January 2015 terrorist attack on the satirical newspaper’s headquarters. She continues to draw despite her fallen comrades.

 

Updated on 19/10/2021

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The Taiwan Brides (Les Mariées de Taïwan), by Clément Baloup

In this 3rd volume of his Memories of Viet Kieu (“Mémoires de Viet Kieu”), the socially-engaged cartoonist continues his investigation into Vietnamese expatriates, this time by following the journey of women using marriage to create a better life for themselves in Taiwan.

 

Published on 04/04/2019

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Oh Night, Oh my Eyes ("Ô nuit, ô mes yeux), by Lamia Ziadé

From the Egyptian singer and actress, Oum Kalthoum to the Lebanese singer Fayrouz, Oh Night, Oh my Eyes retraces, in the form of a graphic novel, the stories of the Middle East’s greatest artists.

 

 

Published on 17/07/2019

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The French language seen by Xavier Gorce

Cartoonist and illustrator, daily contributor to the website of Le Monde, Xavier Gorce put the subject of the French language in the hands of his famous “Indégivrables” characters (incorrigible, un-defrostable penguins)…

Updated on 23/04/2019

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Ludovic Debeurme

Comic book author and illustrator Ludovic Debeurme has produced many books for young people, including the eco-fantasy trilogy Epiphania. Poetic, psychoanalytic and political, he pushes back on the norms dictated by the collective imaginary. At the beginning of December he took part in the “Man and...

Updated on 06/12/2021

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Les Carnets de Cerise, Volume 1 by Joris Chamblain and Aurélie Neyret

The first part of a multi-award-winning series, Les Carnets de Cerise, tome 1 : le zoo pétrifié (Cherry’s Notebooks, Volume 1: The Petrified Zoo), showcases the adventures, involving investigation and suspense, of a curious and resourceful little girl who becomes famous.

Updated on 21/02/2020

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Chloé Wary

Author, illustrator and graphic designer, Chloé Wary has created a committed universe where she takes inspiration from her own experience but also her observation of the world to describe reality better. Her volumes make for a promising start to her career where female emancipation and dismissal of...

Updated on 13/10/2020

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Mohamed Zoghlami

Mohamed Zoghlami is a consultant in business engineering and strategic analysis, passionate about new technologies, animation and comics. Since the Tunisian revolution of 2011, he has worked for the international development of African start-ups. His aim is to celebrate African cultures throughout...

Updated on 05/06/2020

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Nine Antico

An illustrator and self-taught author, Nine Antico creates comic books that are often inhabited by liberated girls and rock’n’roll, and are full of spirit. A graphic and colourful style that can also be found in the youth section with funny and poetic albums.

Published on 22/08/2019

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Panama Al Brown by Camille Duvelleroy, Jacques Goldstein and Alex W. Inker

Arte launches an interactive graphic novel which blends fiction and documentary in an unprecedented format, available exclusively on smartphones. It tells the little-known story of Panama Al Brown, a gay, black Latin American man who was a boxing world champion in the 1930s.

Published on 01/10/2019

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Antoine Dole

The author of both a novel and a comic book for young people, Antoine Dole has created dark works in which he explores themes such as alienation and solitude. Award-winning violence writing

Published on 23/09/2019

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Claude and Morino (Claude et Morino"), by Adrien Albert

What is a friend? Do they have to look like you? Continuing the adventures of Claude and Morino, the writer-illustrator Adrien Albert puts his favourite duo back on screen for the second time.

Published on 28/09/2019

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