Sunday, July 23, 2017


Kabur is a French comic book character written by Claude J. Legrand and illustrated by Luciano Bernasconi for French publisher Editions Lug in 1975. 
Prince Kabur is the son of King Sharon of the mythical Kingdom of Ultima Thule, which existed one hundred million years ago. Prince Kabur is exiled after being accused of nefarious deeds which were actually perpetrated by his evil twin, who was created by the wizard Sham. Kabur and his companion, the beautiful Lagrid, wander the world, fighting for justice and trying to prove his innocence. Eventually, Kabur manages to expose and defeat his evil twin with the help of the wizard Balthazar. He and Lagrid then return to Thule. During the course of their journey, they encounter a mercenary called the "Faucheur" (Reaper) and two other heroes from Lug's universe: Zembla and Wampus. Upon his return, Kabur discovers that his father is dying; soon afterwards, Lagrid his kidnapped and he is forced to embark on a new quest.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Garage Isidore

Garage Isidore is a comic book series by François Gilson in the screenplay, drawing by Olis from volume 1 to 8, by Stédo from volume 9 to 11, then by Alain Sikorski from volume 12 to 14 and Cerise à la couleur.
The series presents the mishaps of garage mechanic Isidore, nicknamed "Mr. Zid" by his two apprentices, Chris and Freddy. Isidore is a friendly and carefree mechanic, a little lazy; He must nevertheless monitor the incompetence of his two apprentices and fight against competition from garage opposite (Garage Lamordache).

Friday, July 21, 2017

Non Album Collection 17

Mort Cinder Volume 1 - Alberto Breccia

Mort Cinder is an Argentine comic book horror-science fiction series featuring an eponymous character, created in 1962 by the writer Héctor Germán Oesterheld and artist Alberto Breccia. It is considered one of the best comic strips ever produced in Argentina.

The Myths of Cthulhu by Alberto Breccia (2004)

In 1968 Alberto returned to comics, joined by his son comic artist Enrique Breccia, in a project to draw the brilliant comic biography of Che, the life of Che Guevara, again with a script provided by Osterheld, and later another biography, this time Piron (both for the comic magazine Danieri), also Cthulhu (based on Lovecraft).

The Tell-Tale Heart by Alberto Breccia

In 1974, Alberto Breccia created an adaption of Poe’s tale, Tell Tale Heart.

Thursday, July 20, 2017


Niky is a comic series first appeared in 1980 in the Tintin diary. Storyline & Drawings: Dupa.
"It's a road accident. I had an excellent friend whose house was next door to a transport company. And one day, from his garden, I see in the parking lot a truck that stands out among all those who populated the place ... Hence came this idea of ​​creating a story with a trucker. In fact, I thought that when we travels the world with such a tank, the windshield becomes a TV screen where we see the world scroll. "

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Non Album Collection 16

Xoco - T01 - The Obsidian Butterfly

Xoco is a series of French comics by screenwriter Thomas Mosdi and draftsman Olivier Ledroit for the first two parts, then Christophe Palma, the latter two. It is published by Vents d'Ouest under the collection Gibier de galence (only the first three volumes).

Moebius 0 - The Horny Goof

The Horny Goof, unplanned prequel to the " Hermetic garage " - surprising in its frankness, and even vulgarity, but at the same time charming, with typically Mobiusovskoy agility and crazy story told. In the afterword, the author wrote what many consider The Detour (1973), the beginning of the creation of Mobius, but that story was signed by "Gir" and was a most manifest freely, nothing and no one are not constrained creativity. The Horny Goof (1974) is the same as the time the first product of this manifesto, the forerunner of "Arzak" and "garage" (being an intricate mixture of fantasy, humor and deliberately mysterious plot moves), and the first story Mobius "for adults". 

Moebius-Heavy Metal Presents Moebius (1981)

Along with his fellow artists, he founded Métal Hurlant, which eventually evolved into — and was outlived by — the English language magazine Heavy Metal. It was at Métal Hurlant that Mœbius introduced perhaps his most iconic character, the silent warrior Arzarch. The strips, originally just four short stories, follow Arzach as he rides his pterodactyl across vast expanses, and was groundbreaking at the time for not featuring any dialogue, narrative captions, or even sound-effects.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

The Jungle in Madness

The Jungle in Madness (La Jungle en folie) is a series of comics by Mic Delinx (drawing) and Christian Godard (screenplay), created in 1969 in Pif Gadget . Albums were published from 1973 to 1988 by Rossel and then Dargaud . Between 2004 and 2008, Christian Godard took over the series on the occasion of the new formula of Pif Gadget ; An album was released, published by Soleil in 2005.
In the manner of Walt Kelly's Pogo , this series is a satire of human society by means of anthropomorphic animals . However, it stands out from the American comic strip because of its cruelty and its underlying irony, which make it a very special work.

Monday, July 17, 2017


W.I.T.C.H. is an Italian fantasy comic series written by Elisabetta Gnone, Alessandro Barbucci, and Barbara Canepa. The series was first published in Italy in April 2001 before the series was released in other countries. As of January 2005, W.I.T.C.H. has been released in over 65 countries. The final issue of W.I.T.C.H. was released in October 2012, concluding the series' 139 issue run.
The series tells the story of five teenage girls who are chosen to be the new Guardians of Candracar, protectors of the center of the universe from people and creatures who wish to cause harm to it. For this purpose, powers over the five classical elements have been given to them. The new guardians are Will, Irma, Taranee, Cornelia, and Hay Lin, whose initials form the title acronym "W.I.T.C.H.".