The Bottom of Things

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Humanoids Inc, Mar 19, 2014 - Humor - 49 pages
Slice of life stories sprinkled with a dash of the supernatural, and served to comical and whimsical results. A series of humorous vignettes of everyday French life...except for the fact that each short story features one or more characters that have the uncanny ability of walking through walls. Whether it's a romantic dinner, a friendly bet, or a crush on your co-worker, this special skill promises to "enliven" things quite a bit... Curse or blessing? Up to you to find out!

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About the author (2014)

Born in 1966 in Belgium, Jean-Luc Cornette studied at Saint-Luc in Brussels. He began his career in Tintin Reporter and Spirou and as the colorist of Antonio Cossu, Philippe Foerster and André Taymans. He is also a prolific writer, collaborating with many artists including Karo on several short stories and volumes. He has also written three children’s books illustrated by himself or by Jean-Marc Rochette and José Parrondo.

Stephane Oiry is a French cartoonist who was born in 1970 in Nantes. After studying architecture in Strasbourg, he decided to pursue illustration and comics. He has worked in animation on the series “The Fly”, in the press, and in children’s books. In 2004, he founded the Cosmic Capsule magazine where he became deputy editor. Oiry was nominated three times at the Angoulême Festival for Through The Walls, Volumes 1 & 2 and A Life Without Barjot.

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