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Clear Blue Tomorrows

; Ralph Meyer (Illustratør) ; Bruno Gazzotti (Illustratør)

In the future, the entire population is under a de facto dictatorship because of cerebral implants invented by one F.G. Wilson. Nolan Ska, an engineer, manages to travel back in time, with the intention of changing history by encouraging Wilson first career: novelist. Les mer
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In the future, the entire population is under a de facto dictatorship because of cerebral implants invented by one F.G. Wilson. Nolan Ska, an engineer, manages to travel back in time, with the intention of changing history by encouraging Wilson first career: novelist. But the man who will eventually become a seemingly immortal despot turns out to be a poor writer, and it will be up to Nolan to use his own memories to be his ghost writer...

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* By the authors of award-winning series Alone, which is currently being adapted into a movie.* A compelling look at our near future, with its technological wonders, ethical challenges and new dangers.* Clear, expressive art as well suited for action sequence as for facial expressions.* Part of Cinebook's "Espresso" collection, this is a one-shot graphic novel.Fabien Vehlmann got into comics by flooding Spirou Magazine with proposed scripts until he was accepted. Since then he s proven his mettle with such hits as Green Manor and a Spirou one-off, before becoming in 2009 the new official team for Dupuis flagship series with Yoann. His biggest hit is award-winning series Alone, illustrated by Bruno Gazzotti. Gazzotti started by doing odd jobs at Spirou Magazine, eventually becoming Tome and Janry s assistant on Little Spirou. In 1990 he takes over the art on SODA, a highly successful series that will make him a household name. Ralph Meyer has been passionate about comics since very early in his life, and was influenced as much by the European scene as by the American one. He created the critically acclaimed Berceuse Assassine with Tome, and Ian with Fabien Vehlmann."