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De Onthoofde Arenden

 Series
AuteurJean-Charles Kraehn
ScénarioMichel Pierret
DessinMichel Pierret
Characters principauxHugues the Wanderer
Instead of the actionla hollow in France in the 13th century
ÉditeurGlénat
First publication1986
NB. of albums22
Hugues
Appearing in fictional character
Crozenc Alias Hugues
OrigineLa hollow of the 13th century
Genremâle
Activity (s) Lord
Created by Jean-Charles Kraehn and Patrice Pellerin
(S) decapitated Eagles series
Decapitated eagles is a series of medieval comic strip created by Jean-Charles Kraehn and Patrice Pellerin which were written and drawn the volumes 1 to 3. Jean-Charles Kraehn ensures only the volume 4. Then, the designs were taken on by Michel Pierret from volume 5. The scenario is signed by Erik Arnoux for volumes 14 to 18.
The series is entirely taken by Michel Pierret from volume 19.
 
Contents
 
1 Synopsis
2 Origin of the title
3 Feature
4 Cycles
5 Albums
6 References and external sites
Synopsis
 
The series follows the adventures of a young boy of the 13th century, Hugues, tramp of his State, courageous and bold, which became Castellan of Crozenc field after having mesh from with the Comte de Lusignan men trying to assassinate King Louis IX. Stories will take place in the Creuse Department but also in other places as Mont-Saint-Michel, in France, Egypt or even to follow the path of the Crusades.
Origin of the title [edit] eagles is feminine because it is the heraldic meaning of Eagles. See Eagle (heraldry).
 
Special feature
 
 The authors organized a medieval feast for 20 years of the series, in 2006, the lands of the castle of Crozant. A dedications meeting took place at the foot of the ruins of the Castle.
 
Cycles
 
the series can be decomposed into more or less distinct cycles.
Cycle, consisting of the first three volumes, where Hugues the no name becomes the Lord of Crozenc
Cycle, consisting of the volumes 4 and 5, whose action takes place in the Mont-Saint-Michel, and which is marked by his meeting with Nolwenn, future wife of Hugues.
Cycle, composed of the five following volumes, which will pose the question (and there will answer) whether Hugues is really a Lord or only a batârd.
Volume 11, isolated, shows how, before leaving for the Crusades, Hugues rid the region of a Wolf which terrorized.
 
References and external sites
 
stories Creusoises site that analyzes in detail the series.
the records of Auracan who, for 20 years of the series, the analysis detail.
Bibliography of decapitated Eagles Glénat
Glénat website
Cycle of the Crusades, composed of 12 to 15 volumes, in the East.
Cycle which tells the story of the children of Hugh and Nolwenn.
 

Jean-Charles Kraehn

 
 
Jean-Charles Kraehn (27 June 1955 in Saint-Malo (Ille-et-Vilaine) in France-) is a French comic strip writer and cartoonist.
 
Contents
 
1 Biographical landmarks
2 Works
3 See also
3.1 External link
Biographical landmarks
 
1986: publication of his first album in the series the decapitated Eagles. He began there as a draughtsman with Patrice Pellerin scenario. From the fourth album works only to then work with Michel Pierret, which then handles the drawing. He stops to participate in this series from the 13th number.
1990: he wrote and drew end of man.
1993: he worked on the scenario of Tramp designed by Patrick Jusseaume.
1996: he began a series police Gil Saint-André drawn by Sylvain Valley from the 3rd volume. This series, which takes place in the Lyon region includes many very realistic sketches of Lyon.
2001: he works in the third book in the series the Triangle Secret, Didier Convard project. It also launches a new series, the Ruistre, for which it has the double-hatted writer and cartoonist.
2004: he wrote Myrkos designed by Miguel, a reinvented ancient, a young student of a school of art opposed to the rules of his company by inventing a new way to represent. He is also co-founder of the Festival of comic strip of Perros-Guirec with Régis Loisel and Laurent Vicomte.
 
 
Works
 
 for the savings, Glénat collection “Concept”, 1999
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing: Éric Stalner – colour: Patricia Kraehn
Mission Vietnam, Glénat collection “Wake”, 2003
Scenario: Serge the tender – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume and Jean-Charles Kraehn – ISBN 2-7234-4119-9
Eagles décapitées1 the night of jugglers, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1986
Screenplay: Patrice Pellerin – drawing: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colours: Jean-Jacques Chagnaud – ISBN 2-7234-2908-32 the heir without name, Glénat collection “lived”, 1987
Screenplay: Patrice Pellerin – drawing: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colours: Jean-Jacques Chagnaud – ISBN 2-2518-7234-53 the spurs of gold, Glénat collection “Experience”, 1988
Screenplay: Patrice Pellerin – drawing: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-2504-54 the heretic, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1989
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-2586 – X 5 Saint Malo of Isle, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1991
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-36-2486-7234 Alix, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1992
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Michel Pierret – ISBN 2-7234-2840-07 the prisoner in the Dungeon, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1993
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Michel Pierret – ISBN 2-7234-2764-18 the brand of Nolwenn, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1994
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Michel Pierret – ISBN 2-7234-2505-39 the hostage, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1995
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Michel Pierret – ISBN 2-7234-2557-610 the heir of Crozenc, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1996
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Michel Pierret – ISBN 2-7234-2115-511 the Wolf of Cuzion, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1997
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Michel Pierret – ISBN 2-7234-2324-712 the slave, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1998
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Michel Pierret – ISBN 2-7234-2627-013 the Princess Mordrie, Glénat collection “Lived”, 1999
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Michel Pierret – ISBN 2-7234-2830-3
End of expresses the child and the Rat, Glénat collection “Character”, 1991
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-1184-22 the Parade of monsters, Glénat collection “Character”, 1991
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-13-1369-7234 revenge, Glénat collection “Character”, 1993
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-1531-74 Karriguel year ankou, Glénat collection “Character”, 1994
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-1694-15 the test, Glénat collection “Character”, 2008
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-5975-6
Gil St André1 the man who loved the dolls, Glénat, 1996
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-2569-X
Reprinted under the title A strange disparition.2 the hidden Face, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 1998
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-53-2406-7234 fugitive, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 1999
2. The hidden Face, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 1998
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-2406-5
3 Fugitive, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 1999
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Sylvain Vallée – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-2744-7
4. The Hunter, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 2000
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Sylvain Vallée – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-3130-4
5 Parallel investigations, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 2001
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Sylvain Vallée – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-3451-6
6 Sisters of tears, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 2003
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Sylvain Vallée – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-3951-8
7 Prisoners, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 2004
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Sylvain Vallée – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-4427-9
8. The Sacrifice, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 2006
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – design: Sylvain Vallée – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-5111-9
9. The legacy bloody, Glénat collection “Black balloon”, 2009
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 9782723470537
Myrkos1 Ornemaniste, Dargaud, 2004
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing: Miguel – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-2050-5523-2
2. The Insolent, Dargaud, 2005
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing: Miguel – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-2050-5661-1
3. The rebel, Dargaud, 2007
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing: Miguel – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 978-2205-05800-0
Quintett4 history of Nafsika Vasli, Dupuis collection “Footprint (s)”, 2006
Screenplay: Frank Giroud – drawing: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia JambersHS Hill in oaths, Dupuis, 2009
Screenplay: Frank Giroud – drawing: Giancarlo Alessandrini, Jean-Charles Kraehn, TBC, Steve Cuzor, Paul Gillon, Uriel and Cyril Bonin
Ruistre1 Montorgueil, Glénat collection “Character”, 2001
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-3243-2
2 Woman Aurimonde, Glénat collection “Character”, 2004
Script and design: Jean-Charles Kraehn – colour: Patricia Jambers – ISBN 2-7234-4130-X
Tramp1 the trap, Dargaud, 1993
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume – ISBN 2-2050-4087-1
2. The arms of iron, Dargaud, 1994
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume – ISBN 2-2050-4094-4
3. The boat murdered, Dargaud, 1996
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume – ISBN 2-2050-4384-6
4 For Hélène, Dargaud, 1999
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume – ISBN 2-2050-4579-2
5 On the road to Pointe-Noire, Dargaud, 2001
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume – ISBN 2-2050-4856-2
6. The trail of Kibangou, Dargaud, 2003
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume – ISBN 2-2050-5203-9
7 Stop in the past, Dargaud, 2005
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume – ISBN 2-2050-5525-9
8. The Sale war, Dargaud, 2007
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume – ISBN 2-2050-5802-9
9. The treasure of Tonkin, Dargaud, 2009
Scenario: Jean-Charles Kraehn – drawing and colors: Patrick Jusseaume – ISBN-06117 978-2-205-8
The Triangle secret3 ash and gold, Glénat collection “Black Lodge”, 2001
Screenplay: Didier Convard – drawing: Jean-Charles Kraehn, Denis Falque, Pierre Wachs and Christian origin – colors: Paul – ISBN 2-7234-3322-6
 
See also
 
 external link
 
 official website of the Festival of the BD de Perros-Guirec
 

Michel Pierret

Michel Pierret (born in 1951 in Ebly, Belgium) is a screenwriter and cartoonist of Franco-Belgian comic strip.
 
Contents
 
1 Biography
2 Style and scenarios
3 Bibliography
4 External links
Biography
 
 Michel Pierret studied at the National Institute of fine arts Saint-Luc of Liège. He released a few White cards in the weekly Spirou, topic springboard for young designers. He signed the warning, the Robots and the wish. It then creates the character of science fiction Terran stone which he wrote three episodes.
As a writer, he published in 1980 the Blue Devils designed by Francis Carin, on the first world war.
He left the weekly to rival Le Journal de Tintin, which he delivers the fantasy series the adventures of Papilio between 1979 to 1987. He also signed Max and Cati, series comedy, and the other side of the screen.
In 1990, he resumed designs of the decapitated Eagles saga created by Jean-Charles Kraehn and Patrice Pellerin in Glénat in collecton lived, series which he also resumed the scenario from the book 19 in 2007.
It creates in 2003 with his friend Marco Venanzi, series Hidalgos (always in Glénat) with which he is also a one shot on the life of Zinedine Zidane in 2005 for Casterman: Zidane, whom he co-signe with Alexis Nolent scenario.
He also wrote the screenplay of the goddesses drawn by Jacques Denoël series.
Finally, it puts image some novels in the Je Bouquine collection.
 
Style and scenarios
 
 either as a designer or writer, Michel Pierret provides very accurate in his work. He is a member of the famous Franco-Belgian comics school which had its hour of glory of the 1960s to 1980.
Searched scenarios and specific designs are married perfectly to bring this attention to historic detail found in the 1970s. It inherits as great as Jean-Michel Charlier, Paul Cuvelier, Jacques Martin or even Hubinon.
The great inventiveness of the scenarios and the combination of parallel stories (for example, the inversion of the relationship between Miguel de Cervantes and his hero Don Quixote in Hidalgos, or the two stories at the same time follows in the goddesses) yield nothing to the quality of the designs (each plate of Eagles beheaded being thoroughly carried out in great detail).
Decapitated Eagles became, with the wood towers – Hermann Maury, a must-see series in medieval comic.
 
Bibliography
 
 the Blue Devils (designs of Francis Carin); 1997, Éditions Point Image
The gold of the Tzars; 1997, Éditions Point Image
Terran stone: fishermen of wars; 1991, Milwaukee Editions
Series the Eagles decapitated (Glénat, collection experience)
Volume 05 Isle (scenario Jean-Charles Kraehn) Saint-Malo; 1991
Volume 06 Alix (Jean-Charles Kraehn scenario); 1992
Volume 07 prisoner of the Dungeon (scenario Jean-Charles Kraehn); 1993
Vol. 08 the brand of Nolwenn (scenario Jean-Charles Kraehn); 1994
Vol. 09 the hostage (scenario Jean-Charles Kraehn); 1995
Vol. 10 the heir of Crozenc (Jean-Charles Kraehn scenario); 1996
Vol. 11 the Wolf of Cuzion (scenario Jean-Charles Kraehn); 1997
Vol. 12 the slave (Jean-Charles Kraehn scenario); 1998
Tome 13 Princess Mordrie (Jean-Charles Kraehn scenario); 1999
Tome 14 the men of iron (scenario Erik Arnoux); 2000
Tome 15 Mahaut (scenario Erik Arnoux); 2001
Tome 16 the war of Eagles (scenario Erik Arnoux); 2002
17. The punishment of Vassal (scenario Erik Arnoux) volume; 2003
Volume 18 the Ecuyer of Angoulesme (scenario Erik Arnoux); 2005
Tome 19 judgment of the King; 2007
Volume 20 the order of the temple; 2007
Volume 21 the hand of the Prophet; 2009
Tome 22 Sigwald; 2010
Series Hidalgos: scenarios and drawings Michel Pierret, editions Glénat
Tome 1 Don Miguel (designs co-signés by Marco Venanzi; 2003)
Volume 2 the Wolf Messina (designs co-signed by [Marco Venanzi; 2007])
Series goddesses: scenarios Michel Pierret, editions Glénat
Volume 1 the large island (designs Jacques Denoël); 2005
Tome 2 Asine (designs Jacques Denoël); 2007
The fields collection Je Bouquine, n ° 135, May 1999. (adaptation of the tale to Maupassant fields).
Zidane, Alexis Nolent scenario and drawings Michel Pierret and Marco Venanzi at Casterman in the collection “Champion of life”, 2005. Biography of Zinedine Zidane in comic strip whose profits are fully returned to the ASMAE
Series the adventures of Papilio
Volume 1 the stone that kills, editor Milwaukee; 2009
 
External links
 
Institut Saint-Luc of Liège