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By Renaud, Vernal & Dufaux

 Pokervrouw

 Contents
 
1 Authors
2 Synopsis
3 Characters
4 Albums
5 Publication
5.1 Periodicals
5.2 Editor
6 See also
6.1 Related Article
 
Authors
 
scenario: Jean-Luc Vernal with the help of Jean Dufaux for volumes 5 to 7
Drawings: Renaud
Colour: Beatrice Monnoyer (volumes 2 and 7), Magda Pierard (tome 3), Mr. l. Scaramelli (tome 4), Guy Vangibergen (tome 5), Liliane (volume 6)
 
Synopsis
 
 inspired of Charlie’s Angels, the series is in distinguished very quickly since, as soon as the second album, heroes give their resignation to their boss. In effect, dissatisfied with the mission that they had been assigned by the CIA in the first adventure, they decide to become independent and themselves choose their missions.
The characters [edit] Jaimie Grisbee: American expert in handling weapons, symbolized by the Queen of spades.
Amanda Wenn: English journalist who does not hesitate to use his charm to achieve its ends, symbolized by the Lady of heart.
Laurence Tonkin: Eurasian martial arts champion, symbolized by the Lady of clover.
 
Albums
 
operation oil spills (September 1983)
Safari in green hell (September 1983)
Revenge of the Moustikhos (March 1984)
Compounded in Ghafnistan (February 1985)
The curse (April 1986)
The blood of the Dewatah (April 1987)
The eye of the barracuda (February 1988)

 

Publication
 
periodicals : Super Tintin No. 7: panic in Niacunda 1979, published in volume 1 of 8 pages history
Journal of Tintin our 243 to 257: operation 1980 oil spills volume 1
Journal of Tintin No. 295: the island of Dr. Von, 1981, 10-page story published in volume 3
Journal of Tintin No. 300: rally to Ypres, 1981, the untold story of 10 pages in album?
Journal of Tintin our 314 to 322: Safari in the Green hell 1981, tome 2
Journal of Tintin our 343 to 349: revenge of the Moustikhos 1982, tome 3
Super Tintin No. 17: explosive holiday 1982, untold story of 8-page album?
Journal of Tintin our 383 and 390: disaster in Ghafnistan 1983, volume 4
Journal of Tintin our 398 to 406: Les Louves de Han 1983, unpublished album?
Journal of Tintin No. 488: the Kriss 1985, first third of the volume 5
Journal of Tintin No. 493: the curse, 1985, second third of the volume 5
Journal of Tintin No. 499: the goddess of the 1985 legends, last third of the volume 5
Super Tintin No. 29: the blood of Dewatah 1985, first third of the volume 6
Journal of Tintin 524: The ball of pins 1985, second third of the volume 6
Journal of Tintin No. 529: the Temple of Linjar 1985, last third of the volume 6
Journal of Tintin No. 558: an evening in Von Shade 1986, first third of the volume 7
Journal of Tintin No. 563: Beach Trap 1986, second third of the volume 7
Journal of Tintin No. 568: the eye of the barracuda 1986, last third of the volume 7
Super Tintin No. 34: the sports a relaxation? 1986, the untold story of 2 pages in album.
 
Editor
 
 editions of the Lombard: tomes 1 to 7 (first edition of volumes 1-7).
 

Renaud Denauw

 
Born 28 November 1936 (1936-11-28) (age 74)
Mouscron, Belgium
Nationality  Belgium
Other names Renaud
Occupation comic artist

Renaud Denauw (born 28 November 1936 in Mouscron), also known as “Renaud”, is a Belgian comic book artist. He is best known for his collaboration with writer Jean Dufaux in the Jessica Blandy comic book.

Professional biography

Renaud was accepted for the prestigious Spirou magazine in 1975 as an illustrator. Quickly developing a reputation for drawing sensual women (such as the eponymous heroine in “Aymone”), he also used the pseudonym “Sylvain” to draw the adult comic “Merline”.[1] After a stint drawing funny stories aimed at children (“Myrtille, Vidpoche et Cabochard”, 1978),[1] he moved over to rival comic book publishing house Tintin in 1981 and illustrated “Platon, Torloche et Coquinette”, another children’s series.[2] After drawing caricatured characters for a longer period, Renaud refined his depiction of realistic personages, and finally was chosen to collaborate with Belgian colleague Jean Dufaux on the new Jessica Blandy comic book in 1987. The series, centered around the eponymous, sexy-but-innerly-broken femme fatale was successful, and Dufaux and Renaud are still collaborating after 24 issues.[1] Other works by Renaud include Les Enfants de la Salamandre from 1988 to 1990, Santiag in 1991, and Venus H. in 2005, all with Dufaux.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b c “Renaud”. Editions Dupuis. http://www.dupuis.com/servlet/jpecat?pgm=VIEW_AUTHOR&lang=FR&AUTEUR_ID=16. Retrieved 10 September 2010. 
  2. ^ a b “Renaud (Renaud Denauw)”. Lambiek.net/Comiclopedia. http://lambiek.net/artists/r/renaud.htm. Retrieved 10 September 2010. 

External links

 

Jean Dufaux

 
Born 7 June 1949 (1949-06-07) (age 61)
Ninove
Occupation Writer, Journalist
Nationality Belgian
Genres Comic Books
Notable work(s) Jessica Blandy

Jean Dufaux (b. 7 June 1949 in Ninove) is a Belgian comic book writer. Initially beginning his professional career as a journalist for “CINÉ-PRESSE”,[1] Dufaux started writing comic books in the 1980s. Perhaps his most well-known, and certainly his most long-running, series is Jessica Blandy.

Selected works

References

  1. ^ Dupuis Biography of Jean Dufaux (french)

External links

Vernal, Jean-Luc

 
 
First name: Jean-Luc
Screenwriter
 
Biography
Born on 23/09/1944, Jean-Luc Vernal is passionate history and particularly of the Greeks, Celts, Romans, the high middle ages in Europe and the Japan, and the conquest of America Spanish.
According to Jean-Luc Vernal, without perfect knowledge of the past, there is no future.
The creation of “Jugurtha” (with Hermann, and then to the Lombard Franz) to that of “Ian Kalédine” (with Ferry to the Lombard), he continued to develop this theme that is dear to him.