Fabien Vehlmann

  • Tel que l'imagine Fabien Vehlmann et le mettent en images Ralph Meyer et Bruno Gazzotti, l'avenir fait froid dans le dos: la télévision y est utilisée comme sédatif dans les prisons, les J.O. sont sponsorisés par des marques de produits dopants et la dose d'ordures frise le raz-de-marée. À cet apocalyptique état de faits, un seul coupable: TechnoLab, société fondée par F.G. Wilson, l'homme qui a modelé le futur ! Éboueur désireux d'éviter la noyade dans l'exercice de ses fonctions, Nolan Ska a la solution: revenir dans le passé et convaincre F.G. Wilson de choisir une autre voie. Mais, le principal concerné est tout sauf compatissant ou même intelligent. C'est loin d'être gagné.

    En 2001, c'était un véritable pari que d'intégrer les signatures de ces trois jeunes auteurs qu'étaient Fabien Vehlmann, Bruno Gazzotti et Ralph Meyer dans la collection «Signé» jusqu'alors réservée aux créateurs confirmés. Ce pari s'est avéré plus que payant. Entre-temps, la notoriété de ce trio de talents prometteurs a en effet explosé, prouvant une fois de plus qu'aux âmes bien nées, la valeur n'attend point le nombre des années ! Il faut dire que ce petit bijou d'anticipation avait de quoi séduire. F. Vehlmann y développe toutes nos angoisses actuelles, tous les travers de notre société, à commencer par sa forte propension à l'aseptisation. Le scénariste alterne le présent et le passé, respectivement dessinés par B. Gazzotti et R. Meyer, tous deux en grande forme. Tous trois ont si souvent retravaillé ensemble par la suite que nous pouvons considérer cet album, unique en son genre, comme une pierre angulaire de leurs carrières respectives !

    «Des Lendemains sans Nuage» est un chef-d'oeuvre encore un peu trop méconnu auquel il était temps de redonner sa juste place !

  • Spirou & fantasio vol. 18 - attack of the zordolts - vol18 Nouv.

  • Isère, on the marches of France. A regiment of dragoons enters a seemingly deserted village to find several badly mangled bodies and evidence of an attack by a wild animal. Survivors speak of a massive beast with almost human eyes, of a werewolf... The thing's trail leads over the border with the Duchy of Savoy, and the commander of the dragoons takes a small detachment, in civilian clothes, after it. With them is his cousin: Jean-Baptiste Poulain...

  • Jean-Baptiste Poulain is back in Paris when the Countess of Almedia invites him to join her salon in Andalusia. Her offer is too good to refuse, and they're soon on their way to San Fernando by sea. During a storm, they narrowly avoid a collision with a drifting ship, the Providence. When they go aboard the derelict, all they find are corpses - and yet Jean-Baptiste is convinced he'd seen a survivor...

  • Pour cette édition numérique spéciale Anniversaire, IZNEO et les Éditions Dupuis sont fiers de vous proposer une plongée inédite et exclusive au coeur des documents préparatoires du tout dernier tome des aventures de Spirou et Fantasio ! Vous y retrouverez des crayonnés, des encrages et des mises en couleur préparatoires aux planches et à la couverture. Mais aussi quelques dessins inédits.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • L'Herbier sauvage T02

    Fabien Vehlmann

    • Soleil
    • 25 Juillet 2019

    Un second opus à effeuiller avec autant de curiosité et de plaisir que le précédent !
    Ne vous y trompez pas... Même si cet Herbier sauvage pourrait donner l'impression que de parfaits inconnus - femmes et hommes de tous âges - ont soudainement dévoilé leur vie sexuelle sans inhibition, il n'en est rien. Après avoir pris contact avec ses interlocuteurs, Fabien Vehlmann leur donne rendez-vous dans un lieu de leur choix, généralement un café. Parfois, il peut lui arriver d'utiliser un jeu de cartes « questions/réponses », réalisé pour l'occasion, qui lui permet d'entrer plus rapidement dans le vif du sujet : à lui de débusquer - au milieu du foisonnement de souvenirs évoqués - le détail intriguant, la formulation juste, le mot frappant, la pensée originale, l'expérience édifiante.
    Existe également en version illustré seulement en papier !

  • L'Herbier sauvage T01

    Fabien Vehlmann

    • Soleil
    • 25 Juillet 2019

    Ne vous y trompez pas... Même si cet Herbier sauvage  pourrait donner l'impression que de parfaits inconnus - femmes et hommes de tous âges - ont soudainement dévoilé leur vie sexuelle sans inhibition, il n'en est rien.
    Après avoir pris contact avec ses interlocuteurs, Fabien Vehlmann  leur donne rendez-vous dans un lieu de leur choix, généralement un café. Parfois, il peut lui arriver d'utiliser un jeu de cartes « questions/réponses », réalisé pour l'occasion, qui lui permet d'entrer plus rapidement dans le vif du sujet : à lui de débusquer - au milieu du foisonnement de souvenirs évoqués - le détail intriguant, la formulation juste, le mot frappant, la pensée originale, l'expérience édifiante.
    Existe également dans une version illustrée en papier uniquement !

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Saturday and Sunday are a pair of lizards living the good life, lazing around on a tropical atoll and fishing off the beach. But when Saturday comes down with a case of acute questionitis, the big mysteries-why are we here? how did we get here?-won't leave him alone. Only travel can cure his ills, and he sets off with Sunday in tow. What's a best friend to do but tag along? Together, the indefatigable duo have encounters both fanciful and philosophical in this charming and freewheeling paean to simple joys, curiosity, and friendship, fit for all ages.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Saturday and Sunday are still lounging about when they are summoned to a grand debate. The island's populace is being threatened by an invisible monster and no one agrees about how to best deal with the disaster. Rallying around Sunday's opinion, which consists in the idea that "living outside is pretty cool," the young inhabitants leave their underground lairs and discover freedom. Meaning that they create major chaos and gorge themselves on suspicious-looking mushrooms. In the meantime, Saturday falls head over heels for a woman in a red dress. It's all very funny and tender -- no debate about that.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

  • Birds wasting away in a national park, refusing to migrate. Identical geometric markings on the wings of completely different insect species. A pillar of dust in the desert. A small-time hood travels to India's shipbreaking yards in search of a giant nuclear-powered construction robot. A big-time crime boss makes a killing off the Algerian Revolution, in a world where it happened fifteen years later than in our own. "A good story," insists reporter Françoise Halfort, visited abruptly by a post-menopausal pregnancy, "is one that draws unexpected connections between seemingly unconnected events." Four star creators join talents on a vast canvas that takes in the entire French 20th century.

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