Trois Éclats Blancs, by Bruno Le Floc'h

Bruno Le Floc'h got interested in comics through the masters of the magazine Pilote: Mandryka, Gotlib and Brétecher, and eventually Hugo Pratt with his 'Corto Maltese'. He went to study Arts Deco in Paris, and eventually made his debut as a storyboard artist in the animation field, cooperating on several TV serials. He also took on some comics projects, such as the graphic novels 'Au Bord du Monde' (2003) and 'Trois Éclats Blancs' (2004), which were both published by Delcourt.

Last updated: 2012-04-09

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