Eloims, by Zerriouth

From 1994 to 1997, Zerriouth worked for the fanzine KROM. Later on, he worked for Yoko magazine, who published his first comic pages. He developed a style close to manga, which permitted him to fill his stories with dynamic action scenes, like in American cinema and Japanese animation. In 2000, Zerriouth was contacted by the young scenarist Isabelle Plongeon, who asked him to do a project together with her, resulting in the heroic-fantasy series 'Eloims', from Nuclea publishers.

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