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JEAN-CLAUDE MÉZIÈRES VALÉRIAN Le Pays sans étoile (T.3), Dargaud 1972 Original plate n°9, prepublished in the Journal Pilote n°574 of November 5, 1970 India ink on paper 39.3 × 49.7 cm (15.47 × 19.57 in.) Created on Pierre Christin's scripts, the series Valérian et Laureline appeared for the first time on November 9, 1967 in the weekly magazine Pilote. Having lived both in the United States, the authors bring to France a relatively new concept and little exploited in the comics of the time: science fiction. In Pilote, the pages of the space-time agents of Galaxity have a drawing with a classical tempo which contrasts with the flamboyant plates of Philippe Druillet. Valerian and Laureline travel through space-time and become in twenty-five adventures a reference in science-fiction comics, translated into twenty languages, including Japan. The concepts they develop will catch the eye of great filmmakers like George Lucas or Luc Besson. We find an example here, with this planet with particularly original creatures.
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