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    Jean Giraud (Moebius) Blueberry Fort Navajo #1 Planche 17 (Pilote 228, 1964). Fort Navajo est le premier album de la série Blueberry de Jean-Michel Charlier (scénario) et de Jean Giraud (dessin). D'abord publié dans Pilote avant d'être publié en album chez Dargaud en 1965 sous le titre 'Fort Navajo, une aventure du Lieutenant Blueberry'. Heritage Auctions a déjà eu le plaisir d'offrir plusieurs planches de la série Blueberry jamais de la première histoire. L'intrigue de Fort Navajo nous plonge en plein territoire apache où Blueberry doit faire face à la haine des Indiens du commandant Bascom. Cette planche clef campe les protagonistes principaux, Cochise, le chef des Apaches, Blueberry et le commandant Bascom. Admirez la maîtrise de Jean Giraud dans la représentation des décors de l'Ouest américain, la finesse de son trait, l'encrage qui on fait sa légende. L'encrage volontairement ombré, noir du regard du commandant Bascom en dit long sur ce qui se trame. Planche de musée ! Encre de Chine sur papier Bristol avec une superficie d'image de 30 x 39 cm. Composé de deux panneaux assemblés au dos par du collant papier. Traces de papier collant dans les marges. Deux trous d'épingle dans le haut de la planche. Signée 'Gir'. En Parfaite Condition.
    Jean Giraud (Moebius) Blueberry Fort Navajo #1 Story Page 17 Original Art (Pilote 228, 1964). Fort Navajo is the first album in the Blueberry series by Jean-Michel Charlier (story) and Jean Giraud (art). First published in Pilote before being released as an album by Dargaud in 1965 under the title 'Fort Navajo, an adventure of Lieutenant Blueberry'. Heritage Auctions has already had the pleasure of offering several pages from this first story, never from the first issue. The intrigue of Fort Navajo plunges us into the heart of Apache territory where Blueberry will have to face the Indian hatred of Commander Bascom. This key page features the main protagonists, Cochise, the leader of the Apaches, Blueberry and the Commander Bascom. Admire the mastery of Jean Giraud in the representation of the American West setting, the delicacy of his line, and the inking that has made him a legend. The deliberately shaded, black inking of Commander Bascom's gaze says a lot about what is happening. This is a Museum quality page! Ink on Bristol paper with an image area of 11.5" x 15.5". Composed of two panels assembled on the back by paper tape. Traces of tape residues in the margins. Two pinholes in the top of the board. Signed 'Gir'. In Excellent condition.


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