Wollodrïn by Jerome Lereculey
Wollodrïn #1 - Le matin des cendres (2011)

Born in Saint-Malo, Jérôme Lereculey studied fine arts in Rennes, where he co-founded the Atchoum association with Fagès, Le Saëc and Duval. He was an apprentice to Michel Plessix, Lucien Rollin and Patrice Pellerin, who learned the Breton artist the finer points of the comics profession. A fan of heroic-fantasy, he teamed up with writer Pierre Dubois to create 'Cairn - Le miroir des eaux' (Zenda, 1994), for which he got the Betty Boop prize for best heroic-fantasy album.

Arthur by Jerome Lereculey
Arthur #7 - Peredur le naïf (2005)

He then a long collaboration with the publishing house Delcourt and writer David Chauvel. Their first work for this publisher was the detective comic 'Nuit Noire' in 1996-1997. Inspired by Gaul mythology, their next project was the 'Arthur' series, a comic book adaptation of King Arthur's life, from 1999 to 2006.

Golias by Lereculey
Golias

Then came the second installment in David Chauvel's 'Sept' series (2007), the children's comic 'Séraphin et les animaux de la forêt' (2008) and a new heroic fantasy series, 'Wollodrïn', in 2010. With Serge Le Tendre, he started 'Golias', a comic set in ancient Greece, for Lombard in 2012.

Seraphin by Jerome Lereculey
Seraphin et les animaux de la forêt (2008)

Lereculey has additionally made the one shot comic 'Veillée funèbre' with Martine Muller done contributions to collective albums like 'Le Grimoire du petit peuple' and 'Francis Cabrel - Les beaux dessins' (both 2005).

Veillée Funèbre by Jerome Lereculey
Veillée Funèbre

Laatste update: 2013-01-20

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