Jean-David Morvan

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Jean-David Morvan (born November 28, 1969, in Reims, Marne, France) is a French comics author.

Jean-David Morvan studied arts at the Institut Saint-Luc in Brussels. Morvan first tried being a comics artist, but soon realised that his true strength is storytelling, and so now he is best known as a comics writer. He resides in Reims, France.

His main series are Spirou et Fantasio, Sir Pyle and Merlin, all with José Luis Munuera, and Wake with Philippe Buchet.

Awards[edit]

  • 2002: nominated for the Youth Award (9-12 years) at the Angoulême International Comics Festival, France
  • 2004: nominated for the Youth Award (9–12 years) at the Angoulême International Comics Festival
  • 2006: Youth Award (9–12 years) at the Angoulême International Comics Festival
  • 2007: Best Youth Comic at the Prix Saint-Michel[1]
  • 2008: nominated for Best Story at the Prix Saint-Michel[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Belga (2007-10-15). "Grand Prix St-Michel à Gotlib" (in French). La Libre Belgique. Retrieved 2007-10-15. 
  2. ^ "De genomineerden 2008". Retrieved 2008-10-15.