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By Pellet & Arleston


 Opaal (The opal forests)

Screenplay: Scotch Arleston
Design: Philippe Pellet
Colours: Sylvie Bonino, Christian Goussale
1 Synopsis
2 Analysis
3 Characters
4 Albums
5 Publication
5.1 Editor
6 See also
Darko is verrier apprentice in the workshop of his father in the peaceful village of Drummor in the North of the Kingdom of Ordan. It is unknown, that it is also the descendant of Cohars.
Cohars was the one who helped the titans of lights to flee when the clergy of the light built a tyranny. It is in a world covered with forest, with the help of his uncle Bard, sister dancer and Commander (woman) repented paladins that despite him, Darko confronts his destiny.
Analysis [edit] scenario is Christophe Arleston, author of Lanfeust de Troy and Lanfeust of the stars. There are strong similarities between the two series, Arleston applying the same recipe for Lanfeust de Troy (including at the level of the main characters: a young brave hero, two young girls (a blonde and a brunette), an old man and a large gross). However, the tone is different, and the series has its own identity. Philippe Pellet design also contributes to give a different atmosphere.
The characters
Darko: apprentice lunettier, elected of the prophecies and of Cohars
Sleilo: sister of Darko, dancer
Urfold: Uncle Darko and Sleilo and adoptive father of Sleilo, Bard
Tara: paladin General helping Darko in pursuit
Ghörg: Demon from another dimension by the Bracelet of cohars
Xarchias: pontiff of light, residing in le Havre and seeking to destroy Darko
the Bracelet of Cohars (2000)
The other side of the grimoire (2001)
The green scar  (2003)
The jails of Nénuphe (2005)
Eleven roots (2007)
The Sortilege of the Pontiff (2009)
HS. The Codex of Opal (2006)
 Sun Productions: tomes 1 to 6 (first edition of volumes 1-6)


Christophe Arleston

Name of naissanceChristophe Pelinq
Nickname (s) Scotch Arleston, Christophe Arleston
Naissance14 August 1963 (1963-08-14) (age 47)
Aix-en-Provence, France
Profession (s) comic strip writer
Christophe Arleston (or Scotch Arleston [1]), its real name Christophe Pelinq, is a comic book writer born in Aix-en-Provence (Bouches) on August 14, 1963.
1 Biography
2 Works
2.1 One shots and novel
3 Price
4 References
5 See also
5.1 Bibliography
5.2 External links
After a childhood shared between Madagascar, Macon and Paris, it is again AIX for many years. He made the school of journalism at Marseille, worked as a journalist, man of communication, and began his career as an author by writing between 1985 and 1989 sixteen radio drama for France Inter.
His first two series of importance, the master cartographers and Léo Loden, appear in 1992 editions Soleil. It was in 1994 that out the first volume of his best known series Lanfeust of Troy. It is one of the biggest commercial successes of Sun editions. It is this point that starts really, in the eyes of the public, his career of writer features.
It is estimated that between 1994 and 2009, it has sold more than 12 million albums of BD.[REF. necessary]
In 1997 Arleston launches Trolls de Troy, a series of Lanfeust-derived. He will receive including the award for best screenplay in 1998 in Chambéry for the second volume of this series, and two times the prize for best album at the Angoulême festival youth (1998, 2002). He gets a third time this same price with Lanfeust de Troy in 2000. In August 1997, he created the Studio Gottferdom with Didier Tarquin, Dominique Latil and Philippe Pellet. This creative studio located in the heart of Aix en Provence quickly became a melting pot of young authors, which many have become names recognized in the middle of the comic strip.
In 1998, it uses the structure of the studio to create Lanfeust Mag, a monthly’s editor in Chief. It is a magazine focusing on fantasy and science fiction prépublie various series of editions Soleil, as well as unpublished gags and short stories, and which is a promotional tool for the editor. The magazine is quickly a success in a landscape where bands comic press was dying and he now joined his great elders are the Journal of Tintin, Spirou or driver, as monthly illustrated representative of an era.[REF. necessary]
Prolific writer, Christophe Arleston multiplies creations in different styles, of fantasy to the polar of the science fiction history, with generally humor as a thread.
In 2010, he launches into a kind and a narrative style very different from what it was until then, with Lord of Burger, a later-polardo-cullinaire saga on the environment of the great restoration and high gastronomy.
One shots and roman
songs of Mr. Eddy, Sun, 2003
Screenplay: Christophe Arleston – drawing: collective
Illustrated songs of Thiéfaine, Sun, 2008
Screenplay: Christophe Arleston – drawing: collective – ISBN 978-2-84946-716-9
Culinary spells, Sun, 2008
Screenplay: Christophe Arleston – drawing: collective
Journey to the shadows, Sun, 2011
Screenplay: Christophe Arleston and Audrey Alwett – design: Virginie Augustin
Humour award at the festival of Solliès – ville 1993 for Léo Loden 3: Farewell My joliette
Youth Award in the festival of Illzach 1993 and Microfolie’s prize at the festival of Maisons-Laffitte for Léo Loden 4: grilled Provençal
Award for best screenplay at the festival de Chambéry, 1998 for Trolls of Troy 2: the Scalp of the venerable
Alph-Art Jeunesse 9-12 years at the festival d ‘ Angoulème
Trolls of Troy 1, 1998: stories troll
Lanfeust of Troy 7 2000: the pétaures hiding to die
Trolls of Troy 5 2002: the curse of the Wonderworker
 ↑ Scotch Arleston is the name under which he signed early in his career
See also
“Christophe Arleston” on Wikimedia Commons (multimedia resources)
The traveller of Troy, interviews with Thierry Bellefroid, Soleil, 2008 (ISBN 2302001893)
External links
(fr) Arleston and Lanfeust Mag Official Site

Philippe Pellet

Name of birth :Philippe Pellet
Born : 15 February 1970
Profession (s) comic strip artist
Career professional starts when it creates with Dominique Latil the Warriors series including the first album out in 1996.
In 2000, on a scenario of Christophe Arleston, appears to be the first volume of a new series of the forests of Opal. This series is still ongoing.
the warriors.
The forests of Opal.