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    Jean Giraud Blueberry L'Aigle Solitaire Tome 3 Planche 16 (Dargaud, 1967). L'Aigle solitaire est le troisième album de la série de bande dessinée Blueberry de Jean-Michel Charlier (scénario) et Jean Giraud (dessin). D'abord publié dans le Pilote n°268 avant d'être édité en album en 1967. Le lieutenant Blueberry est chargé, à la tête d'une escouade d'une trentaine d'hommes, d'acheminer un convoi de munitions à travers un territoire infesté d'Apaches. Blueberry présent dans quasi toutes les cases, notez son profil qui nous fait directement penser à Jean-Paul Belmondo qui l'avit pris en modèle. L'encrage de densité différente donnant l'impression de profondeur sur cette planche d'une propreté rarement vue. Regardez les cases 1, 6 et 7, encrage noir prononcé sur l'avant, plus clair sur le fond. Une fois de plus du Jean Giraud au meilleur de sa forme. Encre de Chine sur board avec une superficie d'image de 30 x 38,5 cm. Planche originale composée en deux parties assemblées au dos par du papier collant. En Excellente Condition.
    Jean Giraud Blueberry L'Aigle Solitaire #3 Original Art Story Page 16 (Dargaud, 1967). L'Aigle Solitaire is the third album in the Blueberry series by Jean-Michel Charlier (story) and Jean Giraud (art). First published in Pilot #268, before being published in graphic novel form, in 1967. Lieutenant Blueberry is responsible for a squad of about thirty men, transporting a convoy of ammunition through a Apache infested territory. Blueberry himself is present in almost all panels! Note his profile, which reminds us of actor Jean-Paul Belmondo, whom Giraud had used as a model. The varying ink line gives the impression of depth on this clean page. Check out panels 1, 6, and 7, with deep black ink in front, with a lighter application on the bottom. This is Giraud at his best. Ink on Bristol board with an image area of 12" x 15". Originally drawn in two parts that have been conjoined. In Excellent condition.


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