Éric Corbeyran comic
Eustache carries the heavy burden of a difficult past, including a lost childhood. He and his fellow cat burglar and partner, the diminutive Mouche, break into wealthy homes for a living. One day, they make a shocking discovery in the safe they have just cracked: the film negative of a "snuff film," a movie where murders are committed for real, to excite perverts. After this macabre surprise, a trail of death begins to follow the pair. Written and drawn by prolific European stars Corbeyran and Cecil.
“Outcast!” The sentence is handed down as the iron brand burns Kolhen’s arm. Now, instead of his warrior tattoo, the young man wears the mark of the rejected, the “outcasts” as they are known on the planet Orion-XB12557. Determined to prove his innocence and to get revenge on those who framed him, Kolhen escapes captivity with the help of the fiery Tryana, another of society’s pariahs. On his quest, Kolhen meets a mysterious woman with golden hair, who’s armed with strange and powerful weaponry, and who claims to be an envoy from another planet: Earth.
When Nanami, a bored adolescent living life on automatic, finds a strange book that appears to be “inhabited,” she tracks down the book’s owner only to be introduced to something even stranger: a theatre troupe whose members get projected into a parallel universe during rehearsal. The universe in question is the thrilling and romantic — but dangerous — world in which their play is set and in which wallflower Nanami becomes a warrior princess fighting for her life and her kingdom.
The planet Oceania is covered with an ocean of vegetation. Humans navigate the green seas with futuristic ships. Teenagers Jon and Jasper spend most of their days surfing the vast waves of foliage, until one day, without warning, they’re hit by a tsunami. Jon disappears beneath the leafy ocean surface and Jasper is picked up by a ship called the Poseidon. It is said that none return from the depths of this treacherous ocean. But the captain of the Poseidon tells a different story. Will Jon and Jasper ever find each other?
Lennon adapts David Foenkinos’ legendary novel to graphic album form, with striking black-and-white illustrations by French artist Horne. Relive the defining moments and experiences that shaped pop music’s–and popular culture’s–most influential voice, as captured in this unique and moving graphic novel.
Princess Natty of Orchidhali is a member of the floral caste and lives in a luxurious, sunshine-filled palace covered. Had she not neglected her studies of sacred texts and tradition, she'd have learned that refusing all of candidates presented to her for marriage would result in her death! She is forced to flee her palace and ends up in the dark realm of the Untouchables, the very lowest caste of society, where a strange form of leprosy reigns. One of the Untouchables, Sami, doesn't seem to suffer as badly as the others. As Natty develops a friendship with Sami, she discovers that he owes his relative beauty to his activity as a mushroom trafficker. In exchange for the valuable fungi, Sami obtains time exposed to the sun: in fact, it is the complete absence of sun from the Untouchables' realm that leads to their deformed bodies and skin. Together, Sami and Natty make a plan to leave the shadows of the underworld and return to the light. But just as they are about to make their escape, a battalion of soldiers arrives...
Assassin's Creed: Desmond was a graphic novel released in November 2009 in France And Canada focusing on Desmond Miles before the events of the first Assassin's Creed game, it then fast forwarded to the events of Assassin's Creed II just as Desmond was about to enter the Animus and enter the memories of his ancestor-Ezio Auditore da Firenze for the first time.
Assassin's Creed: Desmond is a non-canon prequel to the first Assassin's Creed video game and also bridges the gap between the first and second games in the series. The graphic novel was published solely in France and Canada and only in the French language.