Green Class 1. Pandemic - E-book - Epub fixed layout

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A group of young Canadians is out on a field trip in the Louisiana swamps when an epidemic breaks out, unlike any the world has ever seen. The highly... Lire la suite
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Résumé

A group of young Canadians is out on a field trip in the Louisiana swamps when an epidemic breaks out, unlike any the world has ever seen. The highly contagious virus turns people into seemingly mindless creatures, monstrous in appearance and inhumanly strong when provoked. To halt its rapid spread, the U. S. government walls off the area. When one of their own succumbs to the disease, the kids are trapped in the contagion zone.
To survive, they must fight bloodthirsty militias and infected creatures alike, as they hold out hope they can find a cure for their friend, before he becomes a menace to them all.

Caractéristiques

  • Date de parution
    17/04/2019
  • Editeur
  • Collection
  • ISBN
    979-10-328-0767-5
  • EAN
    9791032807675
  • Format
    Epub fixed layout
  • Caractéristiques du format Epub fixed layout
    • Taille
      58 163 Ko
    • Protection num.
      Digital Watermarking

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À propos des auteurs

Following his studies at an American university and at business school, French author Jérôme Hamon began his professional life in New York as a financial analyst. Convinced that the life he wanted was elsewhere, he left the field two years later to travel around the world. Back in France, Hamon strung together a number of jobs in the movies, video games, and television. In parallel, he began to write his first comic book and graphic novel scripts. In 2008, Hamon went to Angouleme to present his first completed scripts, and it was there that he met artist Marc Van Straceele.
The two would go on to collaborate on "Yokozuna, " a graphic novel on sumo wrestling in Japan (Kana, 2013). Following that, Hamon worked with artist Antoine Carrion on "Nils, " a saga halfway between Nordic mythology and the works of Miyazaki (Soleil, 2016). He then followed with "Emma & Capucine, " a series for younger readers centered on the worlds of classical dance and hip-hop (Dargaud 2017, Europe Comics in English 2018), and "Mitsuo, " alongside Cédric Babouche (Le Lombard, 2018). David Tako is a French artist from Paris.
He grew up loving cartoons, comics, manga, and video games, and he developed a strong interest for Japan and its culture. His art is inspired by the likes of Satoshi Kon, Naoki Urasawa, Glen Keane, Humberto Ramos, Alessandro Barbucci, Sean Murphy, Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, and Toshihiro Kawamoto. After studying 3D animation, he became an illustrator and character designer for the animation project "Tephlon Funk!".
He entered the world of Franco-Belgian comics in 2017 with a short story about the legendary Marsupilami, alongside writer Jérôme Hamon. The pair then went on to collaborate on the sci-fi thriller "Green Class" (Le Lombard, Europe Comics in English), which follows six friends as they try to survive a catastrophic virus outbreak in the American south.

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