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Loïs

 
Lois is a series of historical comic rooted in the great century created by Jacques Martin (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing) in 2003. Patrick Weber took the screenplay in 2007.
 
Contents
 
1 Published titles
1.1 Lois
1.2 Lois travel
1.3 Derived works
Titles published
 
 Loïs
 
Jacques Martin (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing), King Sun, 2003
Jacques Martin (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing), Louis of gold, 2005
Patrick Weber (scenario based on a synopsis of Jacques Martin) and Olivier Easter (drawing), the Code Noir, 2007
Patrick Weber (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing), Monsieur, brother of the King, 2009
Patrick Weber (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing), the Apollo of blood, 2011
 
The travel of Loïs
 
 educational Albums devoted to the 17th century, on the model of the travel of Alix.
Olivier Easter and Jérôme Presti (drawing), Versailles, Casterman, 2006.
Luis Diferr, the Portugal, Casterman, 2010.
 
Derivative works
 
Jacques Martin and Olivier Easter, sketchbook from the album the King Sun La Boutique du Bédéphage/Casterman, 375 numbered and signed, e.g. 2003
 
Lois is a series of historical comic rooted in the great century created by Jacques Martin (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing) in 2003. Patrick Weber took the screenplay in 2007.
Contents [Hide]
1 Published titles
1.1 Lois
1.2 Lois travel
1.3 Derived works

Olivier Pâques

 
Olivier Easter is a Belgian comic strip author born in 1977 in Uccle.
 
Contents
 
1 Biography
2 Bibliography
2.1 Lois
2.2 Travel Lois
2.3 External links
Biography
 
 knowledge, through one of its neighbours, after three years of study at the institut Saint-Luc in Brussels, Olivier fact Easter strips cartoonist comic, Pascal J.Zanon, Jacques Martin. It takes under his wing and offers him to collaborate in the decor of the albums of his series contemporary Lefranc then anime designer Christophe Simon.
After these first successful work, Martin offers two Easter new series that he is creating: Lois and Doug. Finally, this is the first who will get favors from the designer – a series that takes place during the reign of Louis XIV and focuses on the adventures of a young painter.
Subtle, fine and elegant of Olivier Easter line gives a rapid reputation among designers of classical and historical bands. In addition to the graphic legacy and lessons learned from his master in drawing, Jacques Martin, Easter develops a personal, both supportive of classicism style and close to the spirit of the journal and collection “Lived”. For some people compare to draughtsmen of the previous generation, such as Marc-Renier, Coria or even his brother, formed like him by Jacques Martin, Jacques Denoël.
 
 
Bibliography
 
 Loïs : King Sun (scenario of Jacques Martin, designed by Olivier Easter) (2003)
The Golden Louis (scenario of Jacques Martin, designed by Olivier Easter) (2005)
The black Code (scenario of Jacques Martin and Patrick Weber, designed by Olivier Easter) (2007)
 
The travel of Loïs:Versailles of Louis XIII (designed by Jérôme Presti and Olivier Easter, under the direction of Jacques Martin) (2006)
Titles published : Loïs : Jacques Martin (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing), King Sun, 2003
Jacques Martin (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing), Louis of gold, 2005
Patrick Weber (scenario based on a synopsis of Jacques Martin) and Olivier Easter (drawing), the Code Noir, 2007
Patrick Weber (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing), Monsieur, brother of the King, 2009
Patrick Weber (scenario) and Olivier Easter (drawing), the Apollo of blood, 2011
The travel of Loïs : educational Albums devoted to the 17th century, on the model of the travel of Alix.
Olivier Easter and Jérôme Presti (drawing), Versailles, Casterman, 2006.
Luis Diferr, the Portugal, Casterman, 2010.
 
Derivative works : Jacques Martin and Olivier Easter, sketchbook from the album the King Sun La Boutique du Bédéphage/Casterman, 375 numbered and signed, e.g. 2003
 

Patrick Weber

 
 
Patrick Weber is an art historian, journalist and Belgian novelist born in Brussels on March 10, 1966.
 
References
 
 1998: Elizabeth of Belgium: the other Sissi
1999: Shadows on Alexandria
2000: The Angel of Florence
2000: Cleopatra dinners
2001: The labyrinth of the mandala
2002: Love crowned
2002: The seven papyrus
2004: Albert II family
2004: The cat vomited: and other definitive phrases that have the gift of spice up life of the couple and to awaken the scenes of household
2004: The Kings of France: biography and genealogy of 69 Kings of France
2005: Ten princesses
2005: Art history and styles: Architecture, painting, sculpture from antiquity to our days
2005: The great fifth: the bright fate of the Dalai Lama who shaped Tibet
2005: Novikov, volume 1: the madman of God
2006: Novikov, Tome 2: the blood of the boyars
2006: Love sovereigns and Princes: marriages, links, passions and betrayals of the Court of Belgium
2006: The penitent of Paris
2006: The Queens of France
2006: Eye of jade, Tome 1: the death of the intendant, Lo
2006: Viking
2006: Arthur and the Invisibles, Tome 1
2007: Arthur and the Invisibles, Tome 2
2007: Arthur and the Invisibles, Tome 3: Arthur and the forbidden city
2007: Arthur and the Invisibles, Tome 4: La BD of the novel
2007: Other adventures of Arthur
2007: 365 reasons to remain Belgian
2007: This Bigard, Tome 1: the underside of the history of France
2007: Diana: broken Princess
2007: The last Queen, volume 1: the Nile cobra
2007: The last Queen, Tome 2: the scorpion at Karnak
2007: Lefranc, Tome 18: Blue Mummy
2007: Lois, Tome 3: the black code
2007: Eye of jade, Tome 2: the embrace of the Tiger
2007: Trust, Tome 1: Shanghai Fusion
2007: Secret history Kings of France
2007: Monaco: the Grimaldi Saga
2007: Alix, Tome 26: the Iberian
2008: Alix, Tome 27: demon of the Pharos
2008: Roots of the black order, Tome 2: Cathari
2008: History of architecture: from antiquity to our days
2008: History of the sculpture: from antiquity to our days
2008: The devil of Rome
2008: The Kings of France: from Clovis to the Bourbons
2008: Sagarmatha
2009: Long live the Kings!
2009: Criminal zoo
2010: The Queen Carla
2010: The saga of Fenrir, Tome 1: Les 7 runes
 

Jacques Martin

 
Born 25 September 1921(1921-09-25)
Strasbourg, France
Died 21 January 2010(2010-01-21) (aged 88)
Brussels, Belgium
Nationality French
Area(s) Cartoonist, Writer, Penciller
Pseudonym(s) Jam, Marleb
Notable works Alix
Lefranc
Jhen

Jacques Martin (25 September 1921 – 21 January 2010) was a French writer and artist of comics. He was one of the classic artists of Le Journal de Tintin magazine, alongside Edgar P. Jacobs and Hergé, of whom he was a longtime collaborator. He is best known for his series Alix. He was born in Strasbourg.

Biography

After being initially forced into engineering studies as a young man, Jacques Martin began in 1942 to draw his first comic stories. In 1946, following the end of the War, he travelled through Belgium in search of an editor for his work. Soon afterwards he met Georges Remi (aka Hergé) with whom he collaborated on several albums of The Adventures of Tintin (and more specifically on Tintin in Tibet and The Red Sea Sharks) while working on his own albums. It was from Hergé that he learned of the ligne claire style and, under Hergé’s guidance, began to use it in his own work. He would later be considered one of the great five of the ligne claire style, along with Hergé, Edgar P. Jacobs, Bob de Moor and Willy Vandersteen.[1]

In 1948, he created Alix, his most famous series, published in the magazine Tintin, whose adventures – extremely-well researched – occur in Roman antiquity. This historic comic soon became one of the most popular of the genre and went on to be published in several countries worldwide.

The story Le spectre de Carthage won the award for best French realistic comic book at the 1978 Angoulême International Comics Festival.

Martin went on to create other characters, beginning with the contemporary journalist Lefranc in 1952. Much later he created others in collaboration with various partners, namely the medieval architect Jhen (initially entitled Xan) in 1978, the French revolutionary officer Arno in 1984, the Athenian Orion in 1990, and the Egyptian Keos in 1992.[2] In 2003, he also started a new series – Loïs set in the court of Louis the sun king of France.

In 1998, due to failing eyesight, Martin left the drawing of Alix to Rafael Morales.[2] Alix continues running with great success. Martin died on 21 January 2010.[3]

Awards

References

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