Péplum - Blutch

Péplum - Blutch

Péplum - Blutch

"Across a backdrop of misadventures in what Peplum’s English translator, Edward Gauvin, calls Blutch’s attempt 'to create a sequel to . . . the Satyricon,' we experience the protagonist’s journey with two main loves: his found 'little brother' and his ideal love, a 'goddess' encased in ice. While love, and the idea of love, is one of the underlying themes, the brutality and immediacy of the others, such as sex and death, are brought out more in Blutch’s …

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Blutch. Language : français: Genre or work form : Historical comics, Mixed works: Date : 1997: Field : Dessin. Arts décoratifs: About the content (1 resources in data.bnf.fr) See also (1) Satiricon (65) Documents about "Péplum" (1 resources in data.bnf.fr) Books (1) Pétrone, Blutch (2019) [Paris] : Marie Barbier , DL 2019. See also. In BnF (1) Equivalent record in Catalogue général BnF ...

Editions for Péplum: 2909990338 ( published in 1997), 1590179838 (Paperback published in 2016), (Kindle Edition published in 2016), 3939080446 (Paperback...

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Blutch (Christian Hincker) is an award-winning, highly influential French cartoonist. He has published almost two dozen books since his 1988 comic debut in the legendary avant-garde magazine Fluide Glacial, including Mitchum, Le Petit Christian, and So Long, Silver Screen, his only previous book to be published in English.His illustrations appear in Les Inrockuptibles, Libération, and The New ...

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