André Juillard

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André Juillard
Born (1948-06-09) June 9, 1948 (age 66)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Area(s) Artist
Notable works
Les Sept Vies de l'Épervier
Arno
Blake and Mortimer
Awards full list

André Juillard (born 9 June 1948) is a French comic book creator.

Biography[edit]

Born in Paris, Juillard is one of the most prolific artists of historical comics in France. His career began in 1974. After studies in the School of Decorative Arts of Paris (l'école des Arts décoratifs de Paris), Juillard started in the popular magazine Formule 1, drawing La Longue Piste de Loup Gris, a Western story with scenario by Claude Verrien. He then adapted Roméo et Juliette for the magazine Djin. In 1976, he began his first long series, featuring the knight Bohémond de Saint-Gilles, based on a text written by Claude Verrien, published in Formule 1. During this period he also started Isabelle Fantouri based on texts by Josselin, for Djin, as well as Les Cathares with Didier Convard for the same publication.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Bohémond de Saint Gilles (1979–1983)
  1. Les chevaliers du désert
  2. Sortilèges à Malte
  3. Duel en Sicile
  4. L'or des croisés
  • Cheminot (1982)
  • Les Cathares (1982)
  • Arno (1983–1997)
  1. Le pique rouge
  2. L'oeil de Kéops
  3. Le puits nubien
  4. 18 Brumaire
  5. L'ogresse
  6. Chesapeake
Le maître des oiseaux, cover of 5th issue of the Les 7 vies de l'épervier series.
  • Les Sept vies de l'Epervier (1983–1991)
  1. La blanche morte
  2. Le temps des chiens
  3. L'arbre de mai
  4. Hyronimus
  5. Le maître des oiseaux
  6. La part du diable
  7. La marque du Condor
  1. La folle et l'assassin
  2. L'oiseau-tonnerre
  3. Beau-Ténébreux
  4. Ni Dieu ni diable
  • Après la pluie (1998)

Awards[edit]

- nomination for the Harvey Award for Best American Edition of Foreign Material, U.S.[1]

References[edit]

Footnotes

  1. ^ Harvey Awards site, 2000
  2. ^ "Les nominés 2007". Retrieved 2007-10-15. 

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