Embrouille au Pypoland, by Tramber

Tramber, a pseudonym used by Bertrand Huon de Kermadec, studied at the art academy in the seventies, where he started a collaboration with Jano. Together, they created stories for the magazines B.D., Charlie Mensuel and Métal Hurlant, which later appeared in album format. After the team split up, Tramber continued at Métal Hurlant, l'Écho des Savanes and Hara-Kiri. His latest efforts are 'Le Secret de Plégastel' and 'Bretagne Zone Heureuse', both for the publisher Albin Michel.

Embrouille au Pypoland, by Tramber

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