Jérémie Moreau, losing the north to find it better

Jérémie Moreau, losing the north to find it better

Jérémie Moreau, losing the north to find it better

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With his new comic strip, Jérémie Moreau, winner of a Fauve d’Or in 2018 for ” the saga of grimm », offers a sublime journey to the Great American North in the heart of the myths of the Amerindians of Alaska. A magnificent dreamlike and ecological story.

the talented Jeremiah Moreau returns with a hybrid comic. A story that takes us to the heart of the terrible reality of global warming and, at the same time, to a most colorful shamanic dream. An adventure that questions the future of humanity, and at the same time immerses us in the ancestral myths of the Amerindians of Alaska.

A story of learning that, from box to box, invites us to move towards a better knowledge of ourselves, but also of the nature that surrounds us. The title itself refers to a hybrid being, carrying with it both the anguish of the Anthropocene and the hope of a healthy adaptation. Four years after his “Fauve d’Or” in Angoulême for his album ” the saga of grimm », Jérémie Moreau takes us back to the far north.

pizza », his new work, is one of those from which we come out shaken in our certainties, and perhaps a little better. The comic is available at Delcourt Editions.

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