Clinging to another’s dreams

Dearly elected – 40 years of political financing


Thelma’s life changes when her son’s life is put on hold by the doctors. At 12, Louis was hit by a truck. To treat him, he is plunged into a coma. But the prognosis is grim. If his condition does not change, the respirator must be disconnected. Rather than give up, her mother Thelma decides to fight in her own way: the only one that seems possible to her. She discovered in her son’s room a notebook where he noted his “wonders”. Everything he dreams of doing, or seeing done. Go to Japan, meet stars, etc. Crazy bets, which his mother decides to take up in his place, to surprise him, to tell him when he wakes up. To hold too. She keeps track of all this unusual experience. Through it, he will see how beautiful life is. Maybe it will even help him come back. And if Louis must die, he will have lived by proxy the life he dreamed of. The room of wonders is the successful adaptation of Julien Sandrel’s bestseller. The clean and bright design serves the purpose well. A pure “feel good” comic book for all readers who need a good boost!

Hollywood to the letter

Hollywoodland. Thus in 1923, the giant letters posed on a hill of Los Angeles announced the marketing of a new real estate project. The project, who remembers it? But the letters remained. Who ignores it? Abandoned for years, the letters were restored in 1949 in the golden age of American cinema (and amputated from the “land” for reasons of economy). The remaining nine letters of the word HOLLYWOOD then become the symbol of the dream industry around the world. Lots of broken dreams too. Zidrou and Maltaite offer a story to each initial, and a more or less happy destiny. Nothing like the City of Angels to burn your wings, right?

In July 2023, we will celebrate 100 years of Hollywood. In the 1950s, American cinema was at its peak, but with this project Zidrou aims to show what is happening on the other side of the camera. Jewish refugee, failed actress, exploited blacks… 9 characters who will meet throughout the story. Each story, with a different tone, describes a trade far from rhinestones and sequins.

Hendrix: chronicles of an electric life

Jimi Hendrix, we know the guy who burns his guitar on stage. But first, he’s a guy with a guitar who lines up the cacheton from bled to bled, and who has to put his guitar to the nail quite often… A quasi-tramp. But even before that, he’s a kid nobody wants, neither his fickle mother, nor his slightly abandoned father. To the point of stealing his food for him and his brothers. Those who are not placed, in any case. A stuttering kid, a poor black man in a white America, where the Rolling Stones steal the good titles and hit the charts. No, childhood and youth are not brilliant, and talent did not fall ready-made to his fingertips.

kiss the sky is drawn by Mezzo. The one who drew Love in vain. This reason would be enough to read Volume 1 of Kiss the Sky. But Dupont, in the screenplay, creates such dramaturgy around the childhood of Jimi Hendrix, subject of this t1, that we cannot leave all the benefit of the success of this biography to the Mezzo alone! The duo manages to make almost palpable the dirt, the misery, the deep social and emotional misery that presided over the young years of the future electric god who revolutionized the use of the guitar. To be read with Voodoo Chile thoroughly.


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