Dupuy and Berberian

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Philippe Dupuy and
Charles Berberian
BornDupuy: (1960-12-15) 15 December 1960 (age 60)
Berberian: (1959-05-28) 28 May 1959 (age 61)
France
NationalityFrench
Area(s)Cartoonist, Writer, Artist
Notable works
Monsieur Jean
AwardsAngoulême International Comics Festival Prize for First Comic Book, 1989
Angoulême International Comics Festival Prize for Best Comic Book, 1999
Inkpot Award, 2003[1]
Grand Prix de la ville d'Angoulême, 2008
http://www.duber.net

Philippe Dupuy (born 12 December 1960, Sainte-Adresse) and Charles Berbérian (born 28 May 1959, Baghdad) are French cartoonists most famous for their series of Franco-Belgian comics albums featuring the character Monsieur Jean.

Their collaboration is notable as they share every aspect of creating their stories, from plot through layouts, pencils and inks, to the extent that it is impossible to detect who is responsible for what. But in 2003, they decided to again work on their own, and have since published solo material like Hanté by Dupuy in 2005.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Le Petit Peintre (Magic Strip, 1985)
  • Chantal Thomas (Michel Lagarde, 1987)
  • Les Héros ne Meurent Jamais (L'Association, 1991)
  • Le Monde est Fou (À Suivre, 1997) — based on a script by Vincent Ravalec
  • Monsieur Jean 4: Vivons heureux sans avoir l'air (1999)
  • The Complete Universe of Dupuy-Berberian (Oog en Blik, 2006)

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