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    Fred Duval

    Person » Fred Duval is credited in 259 issues.

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    Fred Duval last edited by jacdec on 03/07/22 12:08PM View full history

    Séries principalesdeàRôle
    Carmen Mc Callum19952020
    Carmen Mc Callum - Code Mc Callum20062009
    Carmen+Travis20032005
    Casse (Le)2010
    Dieppe2018
    Gibier de potence20032007
    Grands Personnages de l'Histoire en bandes dessinées (Les)2020
    Hauteville House20042021
    Homme de l'année (L')20142015
    Hurlevent (Duval/Créty)2022
    Ils ont fait l'Histoire2018
    Jeremiah Johnson20202021
    Jour J20102014
    Lieutenant Mac Fly19992003
    M.O.R.I.A.R.T.Y20182020
    Meteors20082010
    Mousquetaire (Duval/Calvez)20162020
    Mâchefer20022004
    Nevada (Duval/Pécau/Wilson)20192021
    Nico20092012
    Nom de code : Martin20162017
    Nymphéas noirs2019
    Porteurs d'eau (Les)2018
    Renaissance (Duval/Emem)20182021
    Sept2011
    Smart Guns2001
    Tanguy et Laverdure2019
    Tartuffe20082010
    Tartuffe, de Molière - Intégrale2020
    Travis19972020
    Travis Karmatronics2005
    Un avion sans elle2021
    Wayne Redlake1995
    Wendy (Duval/Quet)20132014
    West Legends2021
    Wonderball20142018
    XIII Mystery2016
    You know what ?!1996
    Carmen Mc Callum (en néerlandais)2000
    West fumetti di frontiera2015

    Born in January 1965 in Rouen, he studied history there. He earned his master's degree by studying newspaper cartoons during the Dreyfus Affair. In the 80s, he played a lot of guitar and sharpened his pen in fanzines and student newspapers. Fred publishes his first album, 500 rifles, in 1995. The same year, he realizes his first great success, Carmen Mc Callum, within the Label "Serie B". This is followed by Travis and Hauteville House. In 2008, he published with Philippe Ogaki, Meteors, a science fiction series, before tackling an old dream with the cartoonist Zanzim: adapting Tartuffe into comics. In 2010, he joined the Casse team with La Grande Escroquerie and created Nico, with Philippe Berthet at Dargaud Benelux editions. The same year, he embarked alongside Jean-Pierre Pécau on the Jour J adventure, a concept series directed by Fred Blanchard which revisits the major turning points in history. In 2012 he published the man of the year 1917 which had great critical and commercial success, in 2014 an album was published devoted to Esterhazy and the Dreyfus Affair as well as the ambitious thriller Wonderball written with Pecau and drawn by Colin Wilson. In 2016, two new series appeared at Delcourt: Mousquetaire and Nom de code: Martin In October 2016, the album XIII Mystery was published, written under the direction of Jean Van Hamme and drawn by Corentin Rouge. Fred has just published with Pécau and Subic a great Steampunk saga around the characters of Sherlock Holmes and Moriarty. In October 2018 Dargaud published the first volume of a new Science Fiction series created with Emem and Fred Blanchard: Renaissance. Fred adapts Michel Bussi's bestsellers. Nymphéas Noirs, designed by Cassegrain, appeared in January 2019 in the Aire Libre collection.

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