Clément Sauvé

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Clément Sauvé was a comic book artist, animation and game designer for the American and French market.

He was born and raised in Montreal in 1977. After some short studies in graphic design at Cégep du Vieux Montréal (Old Montreal College), Clement Sauve started his comic book career working as an assistant to Yanick Paquette for a period of three year on various comics like Gambit, Superman and Codename: Knock Out. Years of sending submissions finally landed him his first solo job, Human Defense Corps for DC Comics.[1] He later on worked on Stormwatch, did various covers, and worked on Infantry for Devil's Due's Aftermath line. Moving on to the French market, he did Black Bank for Soleil.

Clément died on January 26, 2011, shortly after being diagnosed with cancer. The G.I. Joe: Renegades episode "Brothers of Light" is dedicated to him.

He claimed his influences covered Yanick Paquette, Eric Canete, Dan Norton, Brandon Peterson, Mike Mignola, Kevin Nolan, Jim Lee, Carlos D'anda, Jean Giraud and Masamune Shirow.

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